File:3-D Printed Skull Plate (5255) (18492487005).jpg

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Mock 3-D printed skull plate (cranioplasty) – the real medical device is used for patients who need a portion of their skull replaced.

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FDA photo by Michael J. Ermarth

Source 3-D Printed Skull Plate (5255)
Author The U.S. Food and Drug Administration


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