3D printing models & images effective in increasing knowledge of spinal fracture anatomy
Three-dimensional printing models improve understanding of spinal fracture-A randomized controlled study in ChinaSci Rep. 2015 Jun 23;5:11570.
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120 third year medical students were randomized to study the anatomy of a spinal fracture via a CT image, 3D image, or a 3D printing (3Dp) model. The purpose of the study was to assess whether the teaching method had an effect on the acquired knowledge of spinal anatomy and whether there was an effect of sex. The findings indicated that both 3D groups performed significantly better on the spinal f...
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