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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 "Desktop Vat Polymerization (Stereolithography) for 3D Printing in Medicine"

Currently the journal is looking for submissions to the thematic series on Desktop Vat Polymerization (Stereolithography) for 3D Printing in Medicine.

Medical 3D printing applications continue to expand, especially in the space of Desktop Stereolithography. This series aims to highlight original research and comprehensive review articles that focus on the clinical use and impact of Desktop Stereolithography.

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

Now open for submissions! Please indicate that you are submitting to the thematic series "Desktop Vat Polymerization (Stereolithography) for 3D Printing in Medicine"

For pre-submission inquiries please reach out to the Guest Editor, Dr. Prashath Ravi (raviph@ucmail.uc.edu)

Articles

  1. Authors: Jose Antonio Calvo-Haro, Javier Pascau, José Manuel Asencio-Pascual, Felipe Calvo-Manuel, Maria José Cancho-Gil, Juan Francisco Del Cañizo López, María Fanjul-Gómez, Roberto García-Leal, Guillermo González-Casaurrán, Manuel González-Leyte, Juan Antonio León-Luis, Lydia Mediavilla-Santos, Santiago Ochandiano-Caicoya, Ramón Pérez-Caballero, Almudena Ribed-Sánchez, Javier Río-Gómez…

    Content type: Research

  1. Authors: Rance Tino, Ryan Moore, Sam Antoline, Prashanth Ravi, Nicole Wake, Ciprian N. Ionita, Jonathan M. Morris, Summer J. Decker, Adnan Sheikh, Frank J. Rybicki and Leonid L. Chepelev

    Content type: Editorial

Thematic Series

2020

Advanced Image Segmentation and Modeling for 3D Printing in Medicine
Now open for submissions!
This series is sponsored by Materialise, and all submissions will undergo the regular peer review process.

2018

Early career research in 3D Printing in Medicine
This series was sponsored by Stratasys, and the manuscripts have undergone the journal’s standard peer review process. 

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Featured Article: Applications of 3D printing in breast cancer management

Perioperative use of 3D printed models provides a tangible depiction of the patient’s breast and tumor volume, facilitating surgical planning and approach. 3D models provide detailed information about anatomic relationships between the tumor and surrounding vital structures, beyond what is depicted on traditional two-dimensional imaging. This review article details current applications of 3D printing in breast cancer management and discusses the potential impact on future practices. 

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Indexing

​​​​​​​New Content ItemWe are pleased to announce that all articles published in 3D Printing in Medicine are included in PubMed and PubMed Central. The PubMed entry can be found here.

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Annual Journal Metrics

  • Speed
    52 days to first decision for reviewed manuscripts only
    47 days to first decision for all manuscripts
    145 days from submission to acceptance
    17 days from acceptance to publication

    Usage 
    98,539 Downloads
    118 Altmetric Mentions

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