CAMPUS NEWS: OCTOBER 8, 2021

3D PRINTING

No Bones About It: UNO and Ochsner Researchers Use 3D Printing to Advance Medical Training

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UNO researchers (from left) Bradley Sciacca, professor Damon Smith and Cory Darling compare 3D printed spinal columns. Such models can be used in training doctors and other medical staff in X-ray imaging and delicate surgical procedures.

UNO researchers (from left) Bradley Sciacca, professor Damon Smith and Cory Darling compare 3D printed spinal columns. Such models can be used in training doctors and other medical staff in X-ray imaging and delicate surgical procedures.

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