3D Printing, Complement to Approach in Complex Lesions


  • Boris Luis Torres

  • Gloria Castillo Lara

  • JosE9; Antonio Travieso RodrED;guez

  • Emilio Fidel Buchaca

  • Jordi LlumE0; i Fuentes

  • BE1;rbara Adrover Monserrat


3D printing, polymers in additive manufacturing, 3D design, surgical planning, personalized medicine


The use of 3D printing is a technology in increasing expansion in the area of the medical sciences We describe it the technical characteristics of 3D printing and a protocol of obtaining of models three dimensional as a complement to the imaging studies for the approach of complex injuries 3D printing of five areas of interest corresponding to vascular lesions spinal renal and pulmonary by additive manufacturing technique 1 75mm extrafill polylactic acid was used following the imaging method DICOM medical 3D reconstruction in format STL and G-code of each structure being carried out Ender-3 computer printing They were printed structures at a scale of 50-75 of the real volume with average processing time of 32 4 min This technology allows you to individualize care of patients with complex injuries raising the quality of medical services techers and decreasing the direct costs of care per hospital stay


How to Cite

Boris Luis Torres, Gloria Castillo Lara, JosE9; Antonio Travieso RodrED;guez, Emilio Fidel Buchaca, Jordi LlumE0; i Fuentes, & BE1;rbara Adrover Monserrat. (2022). 3D Printing, Complement to Approach in Complex Lesions. Global Journal of Medical Research, 22(K1), 39–44. Retrieved from https://medicalresearchjournal.org/index.php/GJMR/article/view/2699

3D Printing, Complement to Approach in Complex Lesions