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Interventional Radiology Quarterly [Summer Edition]: Practice makes perfect: 3D printed models aid surgical planning and preparation

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01 August 2016

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axial3D has been featured in the latest edition of The Society of Interventional Radiology’s quarterly magazine.

Looking at the benefits of using 3D printing for preoperatiive planning, Jennifer Salopek speaks to clinicians using 3D Printing and companies providing 3D printing serivce. Daniel Crawford CEO discussesaxial3D’s online ordering service, highlighting the ability for his UK based team to take standard 2D MRI and CT scan files to create 3D visualisations and then create a 3D.

In 2013, the Society of Interventional Radiology introduced IR Quarterly, a magazine that communicates updates critical to the practice of IR, augmented with stories, interviews and in-depth analysis in each issue. IR Quarterly delivers interventional radiologists quality reporting on political advocacy, practice management and the latest specialty news and information.

Dr. Itagaki interventional radiologist at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, “I was able to get all of the trial and error done in the model, something that otherwise would have taken place during the actual procedure”

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“I was able to get all of the trial and error done in the model, something that otherwise would have taken place during the actual procedure”