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PRE-OPERATIVE SURGICAL PLANNING 

DICOM data from CT scan can be processed by specific softwares in order to produce a tri-dimensional model through 3D printing technologies.

Thanks to this kind of pre-operative surgical planning (PSP), it is possible for surgeons to achieve some important goals.

 

3D PSP allows surgeons to study and/or test surgical approaches, and to plan a new/non-standard surgical approach.  The 3D model allows surgeons to pre-bend plates or prepare other surgical supports before the operation. Visualizing the surgical field with a concrete 3D model reduces time and risks not only during non-standard surgeries but also during standard procedures.

How does it work?

CT SCAN PARAMETERS VERIFICATION

Not all DICOM files can be processed by segmentation software: contact us and we will check if your DICOM file can be processed or we will tell you how to make a DICOM file suitable for processing.

PSP FORM

Scroll down this page and find out our PSP form.

Complete the form and let us know what you need (which anatomic part would you like to print? what do you need the 3D printed anatomic part for? What surgical operation are you going to perform? ...).

We will come back to you as soon as possible!

Should you have any doubt, do not hesitate to contact us.

FILE SHARING AND TAKING-OVER

Send us DICOM file and case report.

We will provide you with a price quote. 

After your confirmation, work can start.

DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING

Construction of digital models suitable for 3D printers from CT scan.

3D PRINTING

Printing the object:

  • using our printers (minimum 24h for processing; waiting is subordinate to queue of printing)

  • using an external service (minimum 10 days for delivery; billing could change from one Service to another; we act as mediator providing contact and billing)

POST DELIVERY

Post Delivery to customer.

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