3D-printed bionic prosthesis restores arm movement
August 8, 2019 -- Researchers from Germany have created a 3D-printed bionic prosthetic arm for a man born without a hand and most of his left arm, according to a case study presented on Artec3D.com. Read More
Axial3D raises 2.7M euros to expand 3D printing services to U.S.
July 29, 2019 -- U.K.-based 3D printing firm Axial3D has raised 2.69 million euros to extend its 3D printing technology and services to healthcare institutions across the U.S. Read More
Hungary invests nearly 1M euros in medical 3D printing
July 23, 2019 -- The University of Szeged in Hungary will use an investment of 300 million forints (922,000 euros), co-funded by the European Union, to develop a new medical 3D printing center, according to a recent article on TheMayor.eu. Read More
WASP offers free software for 3D printing medical devices
July 23, 2019 -- Italian 3D printer manufacturer World's Advanced Saving Project (WASP) is offering a free add-on to 3D modeling software that enables users to create 3D-printed orthopedic devices based on medical images. Read More
French team uses 3D printing for kidney cancer surgery
July 16, 2019 -- French researchers have created patient-specific 3D-printed anatomical models to facilitate presurgical planning and patient consultation for kidney-sparing surgery. Read More
Median posts healthy 6-month revenues
July 12, 2019 -- Imaging software developer Median Technologies has posted increased revenues in its first half of 2019. Read More
3D-printed guides optimize pelvic tumor surgery
July 3, 2019 -- Using 3D-printed surgical guides based on CT scans enabled researchers from Spain to improve the accuracy of, and potentially reduce operating times for, the surgical removal of pelvic tumors in a new study, presented at the recent Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 2019 congress in Rennes, France. Read More
Cinematic rendering illuminates postmortem CTA
July 2, 2019 -- Researchers from Belgium have used the highly photorealistic visualization provided by cinematic rendering technology to enhance their understanding of CT angiography (CTA) scans during postmortem analysis, according to an article recently published online in Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging. Read More
AR helps transform minimally invasive surgery
July 1, 2019 -- A team from a leading London facility has used an augmented reality (AR) headset to examine CT images alongside an endoscopic video of patient anatomy while simulating minimally invasive surgery. The technology led to improved operating times and surgical proficiency. Read More
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