Validation of a fibula graft cutting guide for mandibular reconstruction: experiment with rapid prototyping mandible model

@article{Lim2016ValidationOA,
  title={Validation of a fibula graft cutting guide for mandibular reconstruction: experiment with rapid prototyping mandible model},
  author={Se-Ho Lim and Yeon-Ho Kim and Moon-Key Kim and W. Nam and Sang-Hoon Kang},
  journal={Computer Assisted Surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={17 - 9}
}
Abstract Objective: We examined whether cutting a fibula graft with a surgical guide template, prepared with computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM), would improve the precision and accuracy of mandibular reconstruction. Methods: Thirty mandibular rapid prototype (RP) models were allocated to experimental (N = 15) and control (N = 15) groups. Thirty identical fibular RP models were assigned randomly, 15 to each group. For reference, we prepared a reconstructed mandibular RP… Expand
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