Prof. F. Auricchio will attend the 106th National Congress SIOeChCF that will take place on 29th May – 1st June 2019 in Rimini.
The patient-specific anatomical model is a 3D printed reconstruction in deformable material of the left atrium with a “chicken wing” appendage.
The conference will take place on January 30th, 2019, at Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia, in collaboration with the Clinical 3D Printing Laboratory 3D4Med.
3D4Med participates at the “Scientific Retreat 2018” organized by Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo.
The patient-specific model represents the pancreatic-duodenal tract with its arterial and venous vessels.
The book “3D printing in complex vascular disease”, by Prof. Enrico Maria Marone and Prof. Angelo Argenteri, has been published by Edizioni Minerva Medica and it is available at the publisher’s website.
3D4MED Laboratory is equipped with different 3D printing technologies able to create patient-specific anatomical models for surgical planning, training and simulation, and to develop patient-specific instrumentation and innovative prototypes.
New Course on “Virtual Modeling and Additive Manufacturing”.
Patient-specific model of a spinal column with an evident scoliosis. The 3D printed model has been useful to evaluate the pathological curvature of the spine and to plan the surgical treatment involving modeling and placement of metal bars to straighten the spinal column.
The patient-specific model is a 3D printed reconstruction of an aneurysm of the abdominal aorta. The model has been useful for the pre-operative evaluation of the aneurysm (shape, dimension and location) and for the surgical planning of aneurysm resection and endo-prosthesis selection and placement.
The 3D printed model includes the pelvic bone structure (white) the tumor (black and purple) and the surrounding venous (blue) and arterial (red) vessels.
The event “Industry 4.0, Technology and the Law” is organized by the Department of Law, the Interdepartmental Research Center at the European Center of Law, Science and New Technologies (ECLT) and the Collegio Ghislieri of Pavia, in collaboration with the Center for Health Technologies (CHT) at the University of Pavia.