3 D Printer

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Three dimensional (3D)-printed models are ideal tools for anatomy education, as students can physically observe and manipulate the 3D topographic features in their hands. They have become increasingly popular as an alternative to the traditional method of cadaveric dissection in learning complex anatomical structures and rare variations.
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