Stem Cell Bio Ink 3D Prints Inside The Spine

Stem Cell Bio Ink 3D Prints Inside The Spine
technology

Cornell University scientists pioneer spinal surgery with 3D printed replacements for degenerative spinal discs.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 25 april 2013

In the very near future doctors will have use for 3D printed materials in surgery. A group of scientists from Cornell University have pioneered spinal surgery that uses 3D printed spinal discs to replace and repair degenerative ones. The discs are created from stem cell infused bio-ink.

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