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Aims and scope

3D Printing in Medicine publishes 3D printing innovation that impact medicine. Authors can communicate and share Standard Tessellation Language (STL) and related files via the journal. In addition to publishing techniques and trials that will advance medicine with 3D printing, the journal covers "how to" papers to provide a forum for translating applied imaging science.

Call for papers "Advanced Image Segmentation and Modeling for 3D Printing in Medicine"

Currently the journal is looking for submissions to the thematic series on Advanced Image Segmentation and Modeling for 3D Printing in Medicine.

Medical 3D printing applications continue to expand, making the need for accurate, rapid image segmentation and 3D modeling an important component of a hospital-based workflow.  This series aims to highlight original research and comprehensive review articles that focus on image segmentation, 3D modeling and quality control of anatomic models and associated devices.

This collection of articles is being sponsored by Materialise, and all submissions will undergo the regular peer review process.

Now open for submissions! Please indicate that your are submitting to the thematic series Advanced Image Segmentation and Modeling for 3D Printing in Medicine. For pre-submission inquiries please reach out to the guest editor Dr. Nicole Wake (nwake@montefiore.org).

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Featured Article: Simulation of semilunar valve function: computer-aided design, 3D printing and flow assessment with MR

The structure of the valve leaflets and sinuses are crucial in supporting the proper function of the semilunar valve and ensuring leaflet durability. Therefore, an enhanced understanding of the structural characteristics of the semilunar valves is fundamental to the evaluation and staging of semilunar valve pathology, as well as the development of prosthetic or bioprosthetic valves.
In this proof of concept study, the authors demonstrate the ability to generate physiological 3D-printed aortic valve phantoms and evaluate their function with cine- and 4D Flow MRI.

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