Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): Printing, Three-Dimensional
Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has the potential to revolutionize healthcare by allowing for the creation of customized medical devices and implants, as well as the ability to print human tissue and organs for transplantation. 3D printing can also be used for surgical planning and education, and to create models of patients’ anatomies for practice and simulation. Additionally, 3D printing can be used in the production of pharmaceuticals, such as personalized pills. Overall, 3D printing has the potential to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs, and increase access to healthcare.
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