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  1. 3D printing (3DP) has enabled medical professionals to create patient-specific medical devices to assist in surgical planning. Anatomical models can be generated from patient scans using a wide array of softwa...

    Authors: Magdalene Fogarasi, James C. Coburn and Beth Ripley
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:18
  2. 3D printing is being utilized in almost every aspect of medicine. 3D printing has especially been used in conjunction with 3D ultrasonography to assist in antenatal assessment and presurgical planning with fet...

    Authors: John Joseph Coté, Brayden Patric Coté and Amy S. Badura-Brack
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:16
  3. Electrosurgical excisions are common procedures for treating cervical dysplasia and are often seen as minor surgeries. Yet, thorough training of this intervention is required, as there are considerable consequ...

    Authors: Matthias Kiesel, Inga Beyers, Adam Kalisz, Achim Wöckel, Sanja Löb, Tanja Schlaiss, Christine Wulff and Joachim Diessner
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:15
  4. Additive manufacturing (AM), commonly called 3D Printing (3DP), for medical devices is growing in popularity due to the technology’s ability to create complex geometries and patient-matched products. However, ...

    Authors: Kirstie Lane Snodderly, Magdalene Fogarasi, Yutika Badhe, Ankit Parikh, Daniel Porter, Albert Burchi, Laura Gilmour and Matthew Di Prima
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:14
  5. Pelvic palpation is a core component of every Gynecologic examination. It requires vigorous training, which is difficult due to its intimate nature, leading to a need of simulation. Up until now, there are mai...

    Authors: Matthias Kiesel, Inga Beyers, Adam Kalisz, Ralf Joukhadar, Achim Wöckel, Saskia-Laureen Herbert, Carolin Curtaz and Christine Wulff
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:13
  6. We present a digital workflow for the production of custom facial orthosis used for burn scar management using smartphone three-dimensional (3D) scanner and desktop 3D printing. 3D facial scan of a 48-year-old...

    Authors: Bushra Alhazmi, Feras Alshomer, Abdualziz Alazzam, Amany Shehabeldin, Obaid Almeshal and Deepak M. Kalaskar
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:12
  7. Surgical and catheter-based interventions for congenital heart disease require precise understanding of complex anatomy. The use of three-dimensional (3D) printing and virtual reality to enhance visuospatial u...

    Authors: Reena M. Ghosh, Matthew A. Jolley, Christopher E. Mascio, Jonathan M. Chen, Stephanie Fuller, Jonathan J. Rome, Elizabeth Silvestro and Kevin K. Whitehead
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:11
  8. 3D printing (3DP) used to replicate the geometry of normal and abnormal vascular pathologies has been demonstrated in many publications; however, reproduction of hemodynamic changes due to physical activities,...

    Authors: Kelsey N. Sommer, Mohammad Mahdi Shiraz Bhurwani, Vijay Iyer and Ciprian N. Ionita
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:10
  9. Bone tissue engineering strategies aimed at treating critical-sized craniofacial defects often utilize novel biomaterials and scaffolding. Rapid manufacturing of defect-matching geometries using 3D-printing st...

    Authors: Nicholas Zhang, Srujan Singh, Stephen Liu, Wojciech Zbijewski and Warren L. Grayson
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:9
  10. Single field Orthovoltage radiation is an acceptable modality used for the treatment of nasal cutaneous cancer. However, this technique has dosimetric pitfalls and unnecessary excessive exposure of radiation t...

    Authors: Jui Chih Cheng, Arbind Dubey, James Beck, David Sasaki, Ahmet Leylek and Shrinivas Rathod
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:8
  11. 3D printing is revolutionizing the medical device landscape through its ability to rapidly create patient-specific anatomic models, surgical instruments, and implants. Recent advances in 3D printing technology...

    Authors: Brian G. Beitler, Paul F. Abraham, Alyssa R. Glennon, Steven M. Tommasini, Lisa L. Lattanza, Jonathan M. Morris and Daniel H. Wiznia
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:7
  12. To compare different methods of three-dimensional representations, namely 3D-Print, Virtual Reality (VR)-Glasses and 3D-Display regarding the understanding of the pathology, accuracy of details, quality of the...

    Authors: Julian Louis Muff, Tobias Heye, Florian Markus Thieringer and Philipp Brantner
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:5
  13. Patients who undergo decompressive craniectomy (DC) are often fitted with a helmet that protects the craniectomy site from injury during rehabilitation. However, conventional “one-size-fits-all” helmets may no...

    Authors: Sherby Suet-Ying Pang, Evan Fang, Kam Wai Chen, Matthew Leung, Velda Ling-Yu Chow and Christian Fang
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:4
  14. The desktop vat polymerization process or stereolithography printing is an ideal approach to develop multifunctional nanocomposites wherein a conventional solid dosage form is used as a reservoir for compliant...

    Authors: Peeyush Kumar Sharma, Dinesh Choudhury, Vivek Yadav, U. S. N. Murty and Subham Banerjee
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:3
  15. The global pandemic of novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has led to global shortages of ventilators and accessories. One solution to this problem is to split ventilators between multiple patients, which poses the...

    Authors: Daniel J. Duke, Alexander L. Clarke, Andrew L. Stephens, Lee Djumas and Shaun D. Gregory
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:2
  16. Tissue healthiness could be assessed by evaluating its viscoelastic properties through localized contact reaction force measurements to obtain quantitative time history information. To evaluate these propertie...

    Authors: Shashank S. Kumat and Panos S. Shiakolas
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2022 8:1
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  18. Syndrome of the trephined is a well-recognised phenomenon that occurs in patients following a craniectomy. It is associated with several symptoms, including headaches, motor impairments, cognitive disorders an...

    Authors: Mee H., Greasley S., Whiting G., Harkin C., Oliver G., Marsden D., Andrews R., Sireau S., Price RD., Anwar F., Timofeev IS., Hutchinson PJ., White PA. and Helmy A.
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:35
  19. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are burgeoning technologies that have the potential to greatly enhance patient care. Visualizing patient-specific three-dimensional (3D) imaging data in these en...

    Authors: Nicole Wake, Andrew B. Rosenkrantz, William C. Huang, James S. Wysock, Samir S. Taneja, Daniel K. Sodickson and Hersh Chandarana
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:34
  20. The ability of 3D printing using plastics and resins that are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) compatible provides opportunities to tailor design features to specific imaging needs. In this study an MRI compat...

    Authors: Deborah L. Donohoe, Katherine Dennert, Rajeev Kumar, Bonnie P. Freudinger and Alexander J. Sherman
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:33
  21. The ability of the patient specific 3D printed neurovascular phantoms to accurately replicate the anatomy and hemodynamics of the chronic neurovascular diseases has been demonstrated by many studies. Acute occ...

    Authors: Kelsey N. Sommer, Mohammad Mahdi Shiraz Bhurwani, Vincent Tutino, Adnan Siddiqui, Jason Davies, Kenneth Snyder, Elad Levy, Maxim Mokin and Ciprian N. Ionita
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:32
  22. With today’s expanding use of total ankle arthroplasty, the ever-present trauma patient, and patients with uncontrolled comorbid conditions, surgeons face significant challenges for lower extremity reconstruct...

    Authors: Kimberly K. Broughton, Bonnie Chien, Derek Stenquist, Caroline Williams, Christopher P. Miller and John Y. Kwon
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:30
  23. Material extrusion is used to 3D print anatomic models and guides. Sterilization is required if a 3D printed part touches the patient during an intervention. Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP) is one method of ...

    Authors: Mauricio Toro, Aura Cardona, Daniel Restrepo and Laura Buitrago
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:29

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  24. The purpose of this study is to evaluate biomechanical accuracy of 3D printed anatomical vessels using a material jetting printer (J750, Stratasys, Rehovot, Israel) by measuring distensibility via intravascula...

    Authors: Adam J. Sparks, Cody M. Smith, Ariana B. Allman, Jillian L. Senko, Karen M. Meess, Richard W. Ducharme, Michael E. Springer, Muhammad Waqas and Adnan H. Siddiqui
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:28
  25. Carotid Artery Stenting (CAS) is increasingly being used in selected patients as a minimal invasive approach to carotid endarterectomy. Despite the long standing tradition of endovascular treatments, visual fe...

    Authors: Pieter De Backer, Charlotte Allaeys, Charlotte Debbaut and Roel Beelen
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:27

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  26. Understanding congenital heart disease (CHD) is vital for medical personnel and parents of affected children. While traditional 2D schematics serve as the typical approach used, several studies have shown thes...

    Authors: Jonathan Awori, Seth D. Friedman, Titus Chan, Christopher Howard, Steve Seslar, Brian D Soriano and Sujatha Buddhe
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:26
  27. 3D printed models of pediatric hearts with congenital heart disease have been proven helpful in simulation training of diagnostic and interventional catheterization. However, anatomically accurate 3D printed m...

    Authors: Carina Hopfner, Andre Jakob, Anja Tengler, Maximilian Grab, Nikolaus Thierfelder, Barbara Brunner, Alisa Thierij and Nikolaus A. Haas
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:25

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  28. Pituitary adenomas can give rise to a variety of clinical disorders and surgery is often the primary treatment option. However, preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) does not always reliably identify t...

    Authors: Daniel Gillett, Waiel Bashari, Russell Senanayake, Daniel Marsden, Olympia Koulouri, James MacFarlane, Merel van der Meulen, Andrew S. Powlson, Iosif A. Mendichovszky, Heok Cheow, Nick Bird, Angelos Kolias, Richard Mannion and Mark Gurnell
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:24

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  29. 3D printing of anatomical models requires multi-factorial decision making for optimal model manufacturing. Due to the complex nature of the printing process, there are frequently multiple potentialities based ...

    Authors: Prashanth Ravi and Victoria C. P. Chen
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:23

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  30. 3-dimensional (3D) printing technology provides a solution to meet the high demand for producing adult nasal swabs. A smaller, more flexible nasopharyngeal swab needs to be developed for children and infants s...

    Authors: Ameerah Alazemi, Ghadeer AbdulHussain, Abdullah Alawwam, Ali Al-Shatti, Mohammad Alghounaim, Sulaiman Almazeedi, Sarah Al Youha and Salman Al-Sabah
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:22
  31. During cardiogenic shock blood circulation is minimal in the human body and does not suffice to survive. The extracorporeal life support system (ECLS) acts as a miniature heart-lung-machine that can be tempora...

    Authors: Thore von Steuben, Christoph Salewski, Alexander B. Xepapadeas, Moritz Mutschler and Sebastian Spintzyk
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:21
  32. Subcapital osteotomy by means of surgical hip dislocation is a treatment approach offered for moderate-to-severe cases of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE). This procedure is demanding, highly dependent...

    Authors: Sima Zakani, Christopher Chapman, Adam Saule, Anthony Cooper, Kishore Mulpuri and David R. Wilson
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:18
  33. Patient specific three-dimensional (3D) models can be derived from two-dimensional medical images, such as magnetic resonance (MR) images. 3D models have been shown to improve anatomical comprehension by provi...

    Authors: Teresa E. Flaxman, Carly M. Cooke, Olivier X. Miguel, Adnan M. Sheikh and Sukhbir S. Singh
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:17
  34. The emergence of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic during the fall of 2019 and into the spring of 2020 has led to an increased demand of disposable N95 respirators and o...

    Authors: Karstan Luchini, Shelly N. B. Sloan, Ryan Mauro, Aspram Sargsyan, Aundrea Newman, Purnadeo Persaud, Daniel Hawkins, Dennis Wolff, Jeff Staudinger and Bradley A. Creamer
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:16
  35. Training in retrograde intrarenal surgery for the treatment of renal stone disease is a challenging task due to the unique complexity of the procedure. This study introduces a series of 3D printed models of up...

    Authors: Luca Orecchia, Diego Manfrin, Stefano Germani, Dario Del Fabbro, Anastasios D. Asimakopoulos, Enrico Finazzi Agrò and Roberto Miano
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  36. Percutaneous tracheostomy is frequently performed in intensive care units in patients who require prolonged mechanical ventilation. The first crucial step for the physician in these procedures is the precise n...

    Authors: Alessandro Terrani, Enrico Bassi, Alberto Ornaghi, Giacomo Bellani and Giuseppe Foti
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:14
  37. Three-dimensional (3D)-printed saw guides are frequently used to optimize osteotomy results and are usually designed based on computed tomography (CT), despite the radiation burden, as radiation-less alternati...

    Authors: Koen Willemsen, Mirte H. M. Ketel, Frank Zijlstra, Mateusz C. Florkow, Ruurd J. A. Kuiper, Bart C. H. van der Wal, Harrie Weinans, Behdad Pouran, Freek J. Beekman, Peter R. Seevinck and Ralph J. B. Sakkers
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:13

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  38. This study reports on a new method for the development of multi-color and multi-material realistic Knee Joint anatomical models with unique features. In particular, the design of a fibers matrix structure that...

    Authors: Oliver Grimaldo Ruiz and Yasin Dhaher
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:12

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:37

  39. The integration of 3D printing technology in hospitals is evolving toward production models such as point-of-care manufacturing. This study aims to present the results of the integration of 3D printing technol...

    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…
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:11
  40. Three-dimensional (3D) printing has been utilized as a means of producing high-quality simulation models for trainees in procedure-intensive or surgical subspecialties. However, less is known about its role fo...

    Authors: Chase Tenewitz, Rebecca T. Le, Mauricio Hernandez, Saif Baig and Travis E. Meyer
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:10
  41. The objectives of this manuscript were to review the literature concerning 3D printing of brain and cranial vault pathology and use these data to define the gaps in global utilization of 3D printing technology...

    Authors: Grace M. Thiong’o, Mark Bernstein and James M. Drake
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:9
  42. First patented in 1986, three-dimensional (3D) printing, also known as additive manufacturing or rapid prototyping, now encompasses a variety of distinct technology types where material is deposited, joined, o...

    Authors: Amy E. Alexander, Nicole Wake, Leonid Chepelev, Philipp Brantner, Justin Ryan and Kenneth C. Wang
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:8
  43. 3D printing and distributed manufacturing represent a paradigm shift in the health system that is becoming critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. University hospitals are also taking on the role of manufacture...

    Authors: Rubén Perez-Mañanes, Sonia García-de San José, Manuel Desco-Menéndez, Ignacio Sánchez-Arcilla, Esmeralda González-Fernández, Javier Vaquero-Martín, Javier Pascau González-Garzón, Lydia Mediavilla-Santos, Diego Trapero-Moreno and José Antonio Calvo-Haro
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:7
  44. Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a method by which two-dimensional (2D) virtual data is converted to 3D objects by depositing various raw materials into successive layers. Even though the technology was inve...

    Authors: Arpine Galstyan, Michael J. Bunker, Fluvio Lobo, Robert Sims, James Inziello, Jack Stubbs, Rita Mukhtar and Tatiana Kelil
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:6

    The Correction to this article has been published in 3D Printing in Medicine 2021 7:19

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