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Case Report - Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (2021) Volume 11, Issue 75

Surgical planning by using the additive manufacture

Understanding and studying human anatomy is not something that is constant and easy to understand, therefore, classical anatomy has been studied under dissection rooms of medical schools. In recent years, certain universities worldwide do not have as many bodies to carry out such field work, in addition to the processing, maintenance and facilities to preserve a body have a high cost, also exposure to chemicals such as formaldehyde by time prolonged can cause health problems. It is for this reason that many universities have seen the need to use plastic models or plasticized corpses. However, the former are unrealistic and the latter involve a very expensive process and are not accessible to all medical institutions.

Author(s): Ing. Giuliana Calise

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