Bone Replacements Will Be Printed on the 3D Printer

3. Mar. 2020

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The treatment of complicated fractures could be simplified in the future thanks to 3D printing. Lucy Vojtova from CEITEC Brno University of Technology and scientists from the Faculty of Chemistry Brno University of Technology developed a substance from which to prepare the replacement of missing bones. And they also use used food oil. 

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