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Patient-Specific Three-Dimensional Composite Bone Models for Teaching and Operation Planning

Felix Matthews, Peter Messmer, Vladislav Raikov, Guido A. Wanner, Augustinus L. Jacob, Pietro Regazzoni, Adrian Egli
2007 Journal of digital imaging  
This patient-specific model can subsequently be used for teaching, surgical operation planning, and intraoperative visualization purposes.  ...  Methods: Materials consisted of one cadaver bone and 20 three-dimensional surface models of human femora.  ...  Mihatsch and Ralf Schoch) for supplying the bone specimen. Department of Radiology, University Hospital, Basel/Switzerland (Ms Severin Dziergwa) for performing repeated computed tomography scans.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10278-007-9078-8 pmid:17885790 pmcid:PMC3043722 fatcat:qno5e74zmngmncjxalvailzzzy

Validation of a 3D-printed human temporal bone model for otology surgical skill training

Wade W. Chien, Melville J. da Cruz, Howard W. Francis
2021 World Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery  
Three-dimensional (3D) printed temporal bones are comparable to cadaveric temporal bones as a training tool for otologic surgery.  ...  model is a viable alternative to human cadaveric temporal bones as a teaching tool for otologic surgery.  ...  Mohamed Lehar for his help with organizing the temporal bone laboratory at Johns Hopkins Hospital. We also thank the otolaryngology residents who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.wjorl.2020.12.004 pmid:33997717 pmcid:PMC8103535 fatcat:biujj5dptfablne5zetpoban6y

Surgical applications of three-dimensional printing: a review of the current literature & how to get started

Don Hoang, David Perrault, Milan Stevanovic, Alidad Ghiassi
2016 Annals of Translational Medicine  
It has been used to print patient-specific anatomic models, implants, prosthetics, external fixators, splints, surgical instrumentation, and surgical cutting guides.  ...  Three dimensional (3D) printing involves a number of additive manufacturing techniques that are used to build structures from the ground up.  ...  Search terms used include: "Printing, Three-Dimensional" [Mesh], "3D Printing", "Three-Dimensional Printing", "3DP", and "Surgery".  ... 
doi:10.21037/atm.2016.12.18 pmid:28090512 pmcid:PMC5220021 fatcat:ro5aqkfdzncldld3r3uuwyli7q

Three-dimensional Printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Hype versus Reality

Alaa Aldaadaa, Nazanin Owji, Jonathan Knowles
2018 Journal of Tissue Engineering  
Three-dimensional printing technology is getting more attention recently, especially in the craniofacial region.  ...  This is a review of literature enlightening the materials that have been used to date and the application of such technology within the scope of maxillofacial surgery.  ...  patient-specific models for different surgical application; moreover, this was extended also to include teaching and education. 4 Application of 3D printing in facial reconstructive surgery The surgical  ... 
doi:10.1177/2041731418770909 pmid:29774140 pmcid:PMC5949934 fatcat:vexkd76frjakjbutrn26f6v32u

3D printed bone models in oral and cranio-maxillofacial surgery: a systematic review

Matteo Meglioli, Adrien Naveau, Guido Maria Macaluso, Sylvain Catros
2020 3D Printing in Medicine  
Aim This systematic review aimed to evaluate the use of three-dimensional (3D) printed bone models for training, simulating and/or planning interventions in oral and cranio-maxillofacial surgery.  ...  Conclusion Patient-specific 3D printed models are known to be useful surgical and educational tools.  ...  The search was also launched with the following MeSH (PubMed) terms: ("Surgical Procedures, Operative" OR "Teaching") AND "Printing, Three-Dimensional" AND "Models, Anatomic" AND "Head".  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41205-020-00082-5 pmid:33079298 fatcat:mtpdlzyu3fcb5aiyvlvszm5yem

Effectiveness Assessment of CAD Simulation in Complex Orthopedic Surgery Practices

Leonardo Frizziero, Curzio Pagliari, Giampiero Donnici, Alfredo Liverani, Gian Maria Santi, Paola Papaleo, Francesca Napolitano, Christian Leon-Cardenas, Giovanni Trisolino, Paola Zarantonello, Giovanni Luigi Di Gennaro, Stefano Stilli (+1 others)
2021 Symmetry  
planning for the doctors and surgeons; therefore, allowing a lower risk medical operation with a better outcome.  ...  These tools support different work environments, each one is for a specific type of modeling, and they allow the simulation of surgery.  ...  Specifically, for young patients, where the bone is not yet perfectly formed, or for pathologies that alter the normal bone composition, it will be necessary to operate manually to highlight the regions  ... 
doi:10.3390/sym13050850 fatcat:h555fvvslrgkzmwbib3qmwzuiq

3D printing and its applications in orthopaedic trauma: A technological marvel

Hitesh Lal, Mohit Kumar Patralekh
2018 Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and Trauma  
Patient specific anatomical models can thereby be created.  ...  Conclusion: All over the world, orthopaedic Surgeon's and allied professionals and scientists are enthusiastically using 3D printing technology for designing patient specific models, instrumentation, implants  ...  Pilon and Malleoli 3D model used for planning 46 13 Talus 3D model used for planning safe zones for screws 47 14 Calcaneum 3D model used for planning 48,49 15 Ankle Patient specific navigational  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcot.2018.07.022 pmid:30202159 pmcid:PMC6128305 fatcat:iz4csvrek5cibmku5b7u5v7rxm

Generation of three-dimensional prototype models based on cone beam computed tomography

J. Th. Lambrecht, D. C. Berndt, R. Schumacher, M. Zehnder
2008 International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery  
Conclusions Generating three-dimensional models based on CBCT datasets is possible.  ...  Results Three-dimensional prototype models of certain limited anatomical structures as acquired volumetrically were fabricated.  ...  It may become a useful technique for demonstration, planning and teaching, but other options for processing the datasets and producing models will need to be studied.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11548-008-0275-9 pmid:20033617 fatcat:5doln7figjhnzm33cth62oec5a

Three-Dimensional Printing and Its Applications in Otorhinolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery

Trevor D. Crafts, Susan E. Ellsperman, Todd J. Wannemuehler, Travis D. Bellicchi, Taha Z. Shipchandler, Avinash V. Mantravadi
2016 Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery  
Implications for Practice: After accounting for the upfront costs of three-dimensional printing, its utilization in surgical models, patient-specific implants, and custom instruments can reduce operating  ...  Conclusions: Three-dimensional printing has been used in recent years in otolaryngology for preoperative planning, education, prostheses, grafting, and reconstruction.  ...  Jennifer Herron, Indian University Ruth Lilly Medical Library Emerging Technologies Librarian, for her assistance with printing 3D-printing the inner ear model featured in  ... 
doi:10.1177/0194599816678372 pmid:28421875 fatcat:4k3kabxwoncnzpp4mad5hyqdra

Using 3D models in orthopedic oncology: presenting personalized advantages in surgical planning and intraoperative outcomes

Thipachart Punyaratabandhu, Peter C. Liacouras, Sutipat Pairojboriboon
2018 3D Printing in Medicine  
Three Dimensional (3D) printed models can aid in effective pre-operative planning by defining the geometry of tumor mass, bone loss, and nearby vessels to help determine the most accurate osteotomy site  ...  Group 2 consisted of an anatomical model showing a bone defect, which was intended to be used for substantial instrumentation, pre-operatively.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the staff members in 3D Medical Application Center and the Department of Radiology, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for allowing us to see  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41205-018-0035-6 pmid:30649645 pmcid:PMC6261090 fatcat:l6icnom4p5bhzfwzdkwpltpvou

Augmented Reality Research of Measuring X-Ray Dental Film Alveolar Bone Based on Computer Image Analysis System

Chunfeng Wang, Caigang Peng, Yepo Hou, Minmin Chen, Zhihan Lv
2021 Journal of Healthcare Engineering  
Studies have found that there is a great difference in the age of the population that needs to be treated for dental slices and alveolar bone. The grade of patients is generally under 20 and over 60.  ...  parameters are used to fit the dental alveolar bone model.  ...  should be specific, measurable, and behavior-oriented and can be used as a direct basis for teaching evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/5571862 pmid:33791082 pmcid:PMC7994099 fatcat:4qnbywyovrbsjdij2flhyj4ype

New frontiers and emerging applications of 3D printing in ENT surgery: a systematic review of the literature

P Canzi, M Magnetto, S Marconi, P Morbini, S Mauramati, F Aprile, I Avato, F Auricchio, M Benazzo
2018 Acta otorhinolaryngologica italica  
Studies were classified according to the specific field of application (otologic, rhinologic, head and neck) and area of interest (surgical and preclinical education, customised surgical planning, tissue  ...  Overall, 121 studies fulfilled specific inclusion criteria and were included in our systematic review.  ...  Customised surgical planning 29 35-49 The production of patient-specific 3DP temporal bones based on preoperative CT was considered suitable for surgical planning and simulation in five cases of challenging  ... 
doi:10.14639/0392-100x-1984 pmid:30197421 pmcid:PMC6146580 fatcat:dviaplvlprd2bbwlctrzuhoqz4

Three-Dimensional Printing Surgical Applications

Ahmad B AlAli, Michelle F Griffin, Peter E Butler
2015 ePlasty: Open Access Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery  
Printed surgical instrument and surgical planning are also believed to improve with three-dimensional printing.  ...  Three-dimensional printing, a technology used for decades in the industrial field, gains a lot of attention in the medical field for its potential benefits.  ...  These models are patient-specific whereby they can be used for teaching residents and medical students in surgical intervention and these can also be used as physical models that are easier than imaging  ... 
pmid:26301002 pmcid:PMC4539849 fatcat:qwr4lbbf6rdcdexgajkx3dqc6a

Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 3D printing Special Interest Group (SIG): guidelines for medical 3D printing and appropriateness for clinical scenarios

Leonid Chepelev, Nicole Wake, Justin Ryan, Waleed Althobaity, Ashish Gupta, Elsa Arribas, Lumarie Santiago, David H Ballard, Kenneth C Wang, William Weadock, Ciprian N Ionita, Dimitrios Mitsouras (+6 others)
2018 3D Printing in Medicine  
, and post-processing of 3D printed anatomic models for patient care.  ...  This body of work includes appropriate clinical use of anatomic models 3D printed for diagnostic use in the care of patients with specific medical conditions.  ...  Specifically, 3D printed models may improve comprehension of anatomy and facilitate pre-surgical planning for complex surgical cases, ultimately reducing operation times and improving patient outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41205-018-0030-y pmid:30649688 pmcid:PMC6251945 fatcat:jiw72rzdgnhlpilaekouzdnwda

Manual Dexterity Training for Orthopaedic Residents - Non-Patient based Methodologies

Srinath Kamineni
2020 Orthopedic Research Online Journal  
skill development, cadaveric and animal models, synthetic bone models, and virtual reality simulators.  ...  Results: Non-patient-based methods for orthopaedic resident surgical training include cognitive training for knowledge acquisition, low fidelity models for basic skills, bench-top models for arthroscopic  ...  This allows for exposure to anatomical variations between different patients, the ability face potential intra-operative difficulties that may arise, and pre-operative planning on how to best treat each  ... 
doi:10.31031/oproj.2020.07.000665 fatcat:4soui4zr5nfr5gw46mjvqomxzi
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