Transparent, resin-based, three-dimensional model to help visualise intraosseous tumours.

Abstract

Three-dimensional computed tomography (CT) and 3imensional models are common in many fields of surgery.1–4 We often use dredging to treat ameloblastoma.5 A ombination of 3-dimensional CT and a 3-dimensional laster-based model provide an image for us to work from, ut the tumour is not easily distinguished from the bone. e have developed a sterilisable… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bjoms.2016.09.016

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@article{Kakuguchi2017TransparentRT, title={Transparent, resin-based, three-dimensional model to help visualise intraosseous tumours.}, author={Wataru Kakuguchi and Yoichi Ohiro and Kayo Matsushita and Kazuyoku Tei}, journal={The British journal of oral & maxillofacial surgery}, year={2017}, volume={55 4}, pages={431-432} }