3D biomodels for the traumatology area are mainly used for surgical planning of complex clinical cases. They allow to reduce risks, time, improve communication among the medical team, as well as with the patient and family.
These biomodels are obtained from the imaging studies performed on the patient (CT), which allows the patient’s anatomy to be replicated exactly and on a real scale.
The surgeon or the patient must provide Plan 3D with the imaging study. You can send it digitally or by mail.
Plan 3D then performs the segmentation or isolation of the tissue. Before being 3D printed, the surgeon will be able to visualize the digital model. Finally, it is 3D printed.
Plan 3D trauma biomodels can be printed in two materials:
- Appearance: Variety of colors.
- Resolution: Medium.
- Allows: visualization of the anatomy, premolding of osteosynthesis plates, presentation of prostheses, implants, etc.
This biomodel includes a support that keeps both the acetabulum and the femur in a fixed position, maintaining the patient’s real anatomical relationships according to CT. At the same time, the parts can be disassembled so that any of the parts can be intervened and repositioned in their initial state.
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