The capability for three-dimensional printing in treating patients has received increased attention in healthcare, and it’s a widely discussed topic at this week’s annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America in Chicago.

A step beyond merely viewing a 3-D view of a troubled heart; it’s the ability to take a 3-D image, scrape away extraneous detail and zero in the problem at hand, and then hold that problem in your hands as a clinician, a clinical team, or as part of a clinician-patient discussion.

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