In today’s video feature we see an example of how 3D printing can help people with conditions such as osteoarthritis. Regular joint replacements can bring good results to most people, but how about those afflicted with complicated cases or unusual deformities that a standard replacement can’t fix? The doctors at Mayo Clinic now offer customized joint replacement surgeries by using 3D printers. Take a look at the video below to see how it works:
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