|As our sister site Qmed reported, researchers at the University of Rochester in New York have used 3-D printing to model aortic aneurisms based on data from CT scans. Other examples include using 3-D printing to create surgical models of the brain and heart.|
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|Want to learn more about 3-D printing? Attend the "Innovations in 3-D Printing" conference session at MD&M West on February 11, 2015.|