Reporting on the web today in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics.

3D-printed models of children’s brain anatomy lessen operative risk of complex procedures Boston Children's Hospital physicians report the first instances of children benefiting from 3D printing of their anatomy before undergoing high-risk brain methods. The four kids had life-threatening cerebrovascular malformations that posed special treatment challenges. Reporting on the web today in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, the physicians describe the use of 3D printing and synthetic resins to create custom, high-fidelity types of the children's vessel malformations along with close by normal arteries http://zithroma.com/reviews.html .