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3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine

Yıl 2022, Cilt 69, Sayı 1, 111 - 117, 01.01.2022
https://doi.org/10.33988/auvfd.871933

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The use of 3D printing technology in the field of medicine, which started with the millennium, continues to increase today. Depending on the technological developments in this field, the use of rapid prototyping technology in the field of veterinary medicine is becoming widespread with the development of 3D printers, increasing material variety, cheaper printing costs and being more accessible. Additive manufacturing is used in veterinary education and training, experimental research and clinical studies, and its area of use is expanding day by day. In this review, both the current usage potential will be evaluated and the expected developments in the near future will be revealed.

Kaynakça

  • Alcântara BMD, Silveira EED, Pereira HCS, et al (2019): Digitalização e impressão tridimensional como uma ferramenta para estudo anatômico e ortopédico dos ossos da pelve e longos do membro pélvico de cães. Acta Sci Vet, 47, 1-5.
  • Altwal J (2020): Utilizing Best Practices of 3D-Modeling and Printing in Veterinary Medicine to Analyze Elbow Incongruity of a Maltese Canine. 382. Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters. Orange, California.
  • Bakıcı C, Akgün RO, Oto Ç (2019): The applicability and efficiency of 3 dimensional printing models of hyoid bone in comparative veterinary anatomy education. Vet Hekim Der Derg, 90, 71-75.
  • Bakıcı C, Güvener O, Oto Ç (2021): 3D printing modeling of the digital skeleton of the horse. Vet Hekim Der Derg, 92, 152-158.
  • Bauman EB, Nibblett B, Dascanio J (2014): The Use of 3D Printing to Generate Teaching Models in Veterinary Medicine. 622. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. San Francisco, California.
  • Benjamin L (2020): 3D printing of Anatomical Models for Veterinary Education. CCI Journal, 1. In: Proceedings of the Canada-Caribbean Research Symposium. Kingston, Jamaica.
  • Bertti JVP, Silveira EE, Assis Neto AC, et al (2020): Reconstrução e impressão 3D do neurocrânio de cão com o uso de tomografia computadorizada como ferramenta para auxiliar no ensino da anatomia veterinária. Arq Bras Med Vet Zootec, 72, 1653-1658.
  • Blake C, Birch S, Brandão J. (2019): Medical three-dimensional printing in zoological medicine. 331-348. In: M Huynh (Ed), Veterinary Clinics Exotic Animal Practice. Elsevier, Pennslyvania.
  • Bolaños RV, Castilho M, Grauw J, et al (2020): Long-Term in Vivo Performance of Low-Temperature 3D-Printed Bioceramics in an Equine Model. Acs Biomater-Sci Eng, 6, 1681-1689.
  • Boursier, JF, Fournet A, Bassanino J, et al (2018): Reproducibility, accuracy and effect of autoclave sterilization on a thermoplastic three-dimensional model printed by a desktop fused deposition modelling three-dimensional printer. Vcot, 31, 422-430.
  • Comrie ML, Monteith G, Zur Linden A, et al (2019): The accuracy of computed tomography scans for rapid prototyping of canine skulls. Plos one, 14, e0214123.
  • Cone JA, Martin TM, Marcellin-Little DJ, et al (2017): Accuracy and repeatability of long-bone replicas of small animals fabricated by use of low-end and high-end commercial three-dimensional printers. Am J Vet Res, 78, 900-905.
  • Dautzenberg P, Volk HA, Huels N, et al (2020): The Effect of Steam Sterilization on Different 3D Printable Materials for Surgical Use in Veterinary Medicine. J Clin Med, 9, 1506.
  • Dorbandt DM, Joslyn SK, Hamor RE (2017): Three‐dimensional printing of orbital and peri‐orbital masses in three dogs and its potential applications in veterinary ophthalmology. Vet Ophthalmol, 20, 58-64.
  • Dundie A, Hayes G, Scrivani P, et al (2017): Use of 3D printer technology to facilitate surgical correction of a complex vascular anomaly with esophageal entrapment in a dog. J Vet Cardiol, 19, 196-204.
  • Espinheira GF, Ledbetter E (2019): Canine and feline fundus photography and videography using a nonpatented 3D printed lens adapter for a smartphone. Vet Ophthalmol, 22, 88-92.
  • Fejzic N, Seric-Haracic S, Mehmedbasic Z (2019): From white coat and gumboots to virtual reality and digitalisation: where is veterinary medicine now? Environ Earth Sci, 333, 012009.
  • Foster M, Erb P, Plank B, et al (2018): 3D-printed electrocardiogram electrodes for heart rate detection in canines. 1-4. IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference. Cleveland, USA.
  • Freitas EP, Noritomi PY, Silva JVL (2011): Use of rapid prototyping and 3D reconstruction in veterinary medicine. 103-117. In: ME. Hoque (Ed), Advanced Applications of Rapid Prototyping Technology in Modern Engineering. Intech, Rijeka.
  • Ganguli A, Pagan-Diaz GJ, Grant L, et al (2018): 3D printing for preoperative planning and surgical training: a review, Biomedical Microdevices, 20, 65-89.
  • Gokyer S, Yilgor E, Yilgor I, et al (2019): Novel 3D Printed Biodegradable Polyurethane-Urea Elastomer Recapitulate Skeletal Muscle Structure and Function. Biomed Mater, 14, 025014.
  • Gutmann S, Winkler D, Müller M, et al (2020): Accuracy of a magnetic resonance imaging‐based 3D printed stereotactic brain biopsy device in dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 34, 844-851.
  • Gyles C (2019): 3D printing comes to veterinary medicine. Can Vet J, 60, 1033.
  • Hackmann CH, Reis DA, Assis Neto AC, et al (2019): Digital revolution in veterinary anatomy: confection of anatomical models of canine stomach by scanning and three-dimensional printing (3D). Int J Morphol, 37, 486-490.
  • Han K, Park J, Yoon J, et al (2017): A 3D-printing bone model for surgical planning of total hip replacement after failed triple pelvic osteotomy. J Vet Clin, 34, 463-466.
  • Harrysson OL, Marcellin-Little DJ, Horn TJ (2015): Applications of metal additive manufacturing in veterinary orthopedic surgery. Jom, 67, 647-654.
  • Hayes GM, Demeter EA, Choi E, et al (2019): Single-Stage Craniectomy and Cranioplasty for Multilobular Osteochondrosarcoma Managed with a Custom Additive Manufactured Titanium Plate in a Dog. Case Rep Vet Med, 2019, 1-7.
  • Hespel AM, Wilhite R, Hudson J (2014): Invited review‐applications for 3d printers in veterinary medicine. Vet Radiol Ultrasound, 55, 347-358.
  • Hespel AM (2015): 3D printers their clinical, experimental, and teaching uses. Doctoral thesis. Graduate Faculty of Auburn University, Auburn.
  • Hespel AM (2018): Three-dimensional printing role in neurologic disease. Vet Clin N Am-Small, 48, 221-229.
  • Jenny N and Singh PD (2017). Methods of identification in forensic dentistry: A review. Pyrex Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, 4(4), 21– 28.
  • Jones JAD (2017). The value and potential of forensic models. Stevenson University Forensics Journal, 8(7), 58– 65.
  • Judson A, Biswas MC, Tiimob B (2016): Feasibility of Printing 3D Bone Models for Education at TUCVM. 1-4. 18 th annual Biomedical Research Symposium, College of Veterinary Medicine Tuskegee University. Tuskegee, United States.
  • Kamishina H, Sugawara T, Nakata K, et al (2019): Clinical application of 3D printing technology to the surgical treatment of atlantoaxial subluxation in small breed dogs. Plos one, 14, e0216445.
  • Kim SE, Shim KM, Jang K, et al (2018): Three-dimensional printing-based reconstruction of a maxillary bone defect in a dog following tumor removal. in vivo, 32, 63-70.
  • Li F, Liu C, Song X, et al (2018): Production of accurate skeletal models of domestic animals using three‐dimensional scanning and printing technology. Anat Sci Educ, 11, 73-80.
  • Lima AD, Machado M, Pereira RC, et al (2019): Printing 3D models of canine jaw fractures for teaching undergraduate veterinary medicine. Acta Cirurgica Brasileira, 34, e201900906.
  • Lima LFS, Barros AJB, Martini AC, et al (2019): Photogrammetry and 3D prototyping: A low-cost resource for training in veterinary orthopedics. Ciência Rural, 49, e20180929.
  • Loginova OA, Belova LM, Gavrilova NA (2017): New device for extracting larvae and small nematodes from herbivore’s faeces. Bulg J Vet Med, 20, 362-365.
  • Lynch AC, Davies JA (2019): Percutaneous tibial fracture reduction using computed tomography imaging, computer modelling and 3D printed alignment constructs: a cadaveric study. Vcot, 32, 139-148.
  • Malek S, Foster CD, Huston DH (2020): Qualitative Assessment of Four Types of Three-Dimensional Printed Anatomical Tibial Bone Models Compared to Commercially Available Models. Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol, 33, 267-273.
  • Manzano BL, Means BK, Begleyi CT, et al (2015): Using Digital 3D Scanning to Create “Artifictions” of the Passenger Pigeon and Harelip Sucker, Two Extinct Species in Eastern North America. The Future Examines the Past, Ethnobiology Letters, 6, 232-241.
  • Martin TW, Boss MK, LaRue SM, et al (2020): 3D-printed bolus improves dose distribution for veterinary patients treated with photon beam radiation therapy. Can Vet J, 61, 638-644.
  • Nantasanti S, Bruin A, Rothuizen J, et al (2016): Concise review: organoids are a powerful tool for the study of liver disease and personalized treatment design in humans and animals. Stem Cells Transl Med, 5, 325-330.
  • Neves ECD, Pelizzari C, Oliveira RSD, et al (2020): 3D anatomical model for teaching canine lumbosacral epidural anesthesia. Acta Bras Cir, 35, e202000608.
  • Nunez RYG, Albuquerque LK, Pereira RCR, et al (2020): 3D printing of canine hip dysplasia: anatomic models and radiographs. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, 72, 769-777.
  • Oto Ç, Akgün RO, Bakıcı C (2019): 3d printed educational model for canine brain ventricular system, 2nd International Veterinary Anatomy Congress.
  • Parry NM, Stoll A (2020): The rise of veterinary forensics. Forensic Sci Int, 306, 110069.
  • Perez E, Biedrzycki A (2019): 3D Printed Guides for Surgical Planning and Treatment of Pathologies within the Equine Hoof. Vcot, 32, A3810.
  • Preece D, Williams SB, Lam R, et al (2013): “Let's Get Physical”: Advantages of a physical model over 3D computer models and textbooks in learning imaging anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education, 6, 216-224.
  • Quinn-Gorham D, Khan MJ (2016): Thinking outside of the box: the potential of 3D printing in veterinary medicine. J Vet Sci Technol, 7, 1000360.
  • Radtke A, Morello S, Muir P, et al (2017): Application of computed tomography and stereolithography to correct a complex angular and torsional limb deformity in a donkey. Vet Surg, 46, 1131-1138.
  • Reis DA, Leite DA, Gouveia BL, et al (2019): Comparative assessment of anatomical details of thoracic limb bones of a horse to that of models produced via scanning and 3D printing. 3D Print Med, 5, 1-10.
  • Ryan S (2019): 3D Printed Bronchoscopy Simulator for Medical and Veterinary Training. Available at https://3dheals.com/3d-printed-bronchoscopy-simulator-for-medical-and-veterinary-training. (Accessed January 8, 2021).
  • Santos MA, Tokimatsu RC, Treichel TL, et al (2020): Orthosis and Prosthesis Development for Large and Medium Animals using reverse Engineering and Additive Manufacturing Techniques. Int J Adv, 7, 169-177.
  • Schoenfeld-Tacher RM, Horn TJ, Scheviak TA, et al (2017): Evaluation of 3D additively manufactured canine brain models for teaching veterinary neuroanatomy. J Vet Med Educ, 44, 612-619.
  • Shiraishi I, Yamagishi M, Hamaoka K, et al (2010): Simulative operation on congenital heart disease using rubber-like urethane stereolithographic biomodels based on 3D datasets of multislice computed tomography. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg, 37, 302-306.
  • Sjöholm E, Mathiyalagan R, Rajan Prakash D, et al (2020): 3D-Printed Veterinary Dosage Forms-A Comparative Study of Three Semi-Solid Extrusion 3D Printers. Pharmaceutics, 12, 1239.
  • Sönmez S, Kesen U, Dalgıç C (2018): 3 Dimensional Printers. 471-481. 6th International Printing Techologies Symposium. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Suñol A, Aige V, Morales C, et al (2018): Use of three-dimensional printing models for veterinary medical education: impact on learning how to identify canine vertebral fractures. J Vet Med Educ, 46, 523-532.
  • Warsi MH, Yusuf M, Al Robaian M, et al (2018): 3D printing methods for pharmaceutical manufacturing: Opportunity and challenges. Curr Pharm Des, 24, 4949-4956.
  • Weed BC, Bova TL, Patnaik SS, et al (2014): 3D Printing–Assisted Rapid Prototyping and Optimization: Development of a Novel Small Intestinal Cannula for Equine Research. 3D Print Addit Manuf, 1, 104-106.
  • Wilhite R, Wölfel I (2019): 3D Printing for veterinary anatomy: An overview. Anatom Histol Embryol, 48, 609-620.
  • Winer JN, Verstraete FJ, Cissell DD, et al (2017): The application of 3‐dimensional printing for preoperative planning in oral and maxillofacial surgery in dogs and cats. Vet Surg, 46, 942-951.
  • Worth AJ, Crosse KR, Kersley A (2019): Computer-assisted surgery using 3D printed saw guides for acute correction of antebrachial angular limb deformities in dogs. Vcot, 32, 241-249

Yıl 2022, Cilt 69, Sayı 1, 111 - 117, 01.01.2022
https://doi.org/10.33988/auvfd.871933

Öz

Kaynakça

  • Alcântara BMD, Silveira EED, Pereira HCS, et al (2019): Digitalização e impressão tridimensional como uma ferramenta para estudo anatômico e ortopédico dos ossos da pelve e longos do membro pélvico de cães. Acta Sci Vet, 47, 1-5.
  • Altwal J (2020): Utilizing Best Practices of 3D-Modeling and Printing in Veterinary Medicine to Analyze Elbow Incongruity of a Maltese Canine. 382. Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters. Orange, California.
  • Bakıcı C, Akgün RO, Oto Ç (2019): The applicability and efficiency of 3 dimensional printing models of hyoid bone in comparative veterinary anatomy education. Vet Hekim Der Derg, 90, 71-75.
  • Bakıcı C, Güvener O, Oto Ç (2021): 3D printing modeling of the digital skeleton of the horse. Vet Hekim Der Derg, 92, 152-158.
  • Bauman EB, Nibblett B, Dascanio J (2014): The Use of 3D Printing to Generate Teaching Models in Veterinary Medicine. 622. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. San Francisco, California.
  • Benjamin L (2020): 3D printing of Anatomical Models for Veterinary Education. CCI Journal, 1. In: Proceedings of the Canada-Caribbean Research Symposium. Kingston, Jamaica.
  • Bertti JVP, Silveira EE, Assis Neto AC, et al (2020): Reconstrução e impressão 3D do neurocrânio de cão com o uso de tomografia computadorizada como ferramenta para auxiliar no ensino da anatomia veterinária. Arq Bras Med Vet Zootec, 72, 1653-1658.
  • Blake C, Birch S, Brandão J. (2019): Medical three-dimensional printing in zoological medicine. 331-348. In: M Huynh (Ed), Veterinary Clinics Exotic Animal Practice. Elsevier, Pennslyvania.
  • Bolaños RV, Castilho M, Grauw J, et al (2020): Long-Term in Vivo Performance of Low-Temperature 3D-Printed Bioceramics in an Equine Model. Acs Biomater-Sci Eng, 6, 1681-1689.
  • Boursier, JF, Fournet A, Bassanino J, et al (2018): Reproducibility, accuracy and effect of autoclave sterilization on a thermoplastic three-dimensional model printed by a desktop fused deposition modelling three-dimensional printer. Vcot, 31, 422-430.
  • Comrie ML, Monteith G, Zur Linden A, et al (2019): The accuracy of computed tomography scans for rapid prototyping of canine skulls. Plos one, 14, e0214123.
  • Cone JA, Martin TM, Marcellin-Little DJ, et al (2017): Accuracy and repeatability of long-bone replicas of small animals fabricated by use of low-end and high-end commercial three-dimensional printers. Am J Vet Res, 78, 900-905.
  • Dautzenberg P, Volk HA, Huels N, et al (2020): The Effect of Steam Sterilization on Different 3D Printable Materials for Surgical Use in Veterinary Medicine. J Clin Med, 9, 1506.
  • Dorbandt DM, Joslyn SK, Hamor RE (2017): Three‐dimensional printing of orbital and peri‐orbital masses in three dogs and its potential applications in veterinary ophthalmology. Vet Ophthalmol, 20, 58-64.
  • Dundie A, Hayes G, Scrivani P, et al (2017): Use of 3D printer technology to facilitate surgical correction of a complex vascular anomaly with esophageal entrapment in a dog. J Vet Cardiol, 19, 196-204.
  • Espinheira GF, Ledbetter E (2019): Canine and feline fundus photography and videography using a nonpatented 3D printed lens adapter for a smartphone. Vet Ophthalmol, 22, 88-92.
  • Fejzic N, Seric-Haracic S, Mehmedbasic Z (2019): From white coat and gumboots to virtual reality and digitalisation: where is veterinary medicine now? Environ Earth Sci, 333, 012009.
  • Foster M, Erb P, Plank B, et al (2018): 3D-printed electrocardiogram electrodes for heart rate detection in canines. 1-4. IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference. Cleveland, USA.
  • Freitas EP, Noritomi PY, Silva JVL (2011): Use of rapid prototyping and 3D reconstruction in veterinary medicine. 103-117. In: ME. Hoque (Ed), Advanced Applications of Rapid Prototyping Technology in Modern Engineering. Intech, Rijeka.
  • Ganguli A, Pagan-Diaz GJ, Grant L, et al (2018): 3D printing for preoperative planning and surgical training: a review, Biomedical Microdevices, 20, 65-89.
  • Gokyer S, Yilgor E, Yilgor I, et al (2019): Novel 3D Printed Biodegradable Polyurethane-Urea Elastomer Recapitulate Skeletal Muscle Structure and Function. Biomed Mater, 14, 025014.
  • Gutmann S, Winkler D, Müller M, et al (2020): Accuracy of a magnetic resonance imaging‐based 3D printed stereotactic brain biopsy device in dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 34, 844-851.
  • Gyles C (2019): 3D printing comes to veterinary medicine. Can Vet J, 60, 1033.
  • Hackmann CH, Reis DA, Assis Neto AC, et al (2019): Digital revolution in veterinary anatomy: confection of anatomical models of canine stomach by scanning and three-dimensional printing (3D). Int J Morphol, 37, 486-490.
  • Han K, Park J, Yoon J, et al (2017): A 3D-printing bone model for surgical planning of total hip replacement after failed triple pelvic osteotomy. J Vet Clin, 34, 463-466.
  • Harrysson OL, Marcellin-Little DJ, Horn TJ (2015): Applications of metal additive manufacturing in veterinary orthopedic surgery. Jom, 67, 647-654.
  • Hayes GM, Demeter EA, Choi E, et al (2019): Single-Stage Craniectomy and Cranioplasty for Multilobular Osteochondrosarcoma Managed with a Custom Additive Manufactured Titanium Plate in a Dog. Case Rep Vet Med, 2019, 1-7.
  • Hespel AM, Wilhite R, Hudson J (2014): Invited review‐applications for 3d printers in veterinary medicine. Vet Radiol Ultrasound, 55, 347-358.
  • Hespel AM (2015): 3D printers their clinical, experimental, and teaching uses. Doctoral thesis. Graduate Faculty of Auburn University, Auburn.
  • Hespel AM (2018): Three-dimensional printing role in neurologic disease. Vet Clin N Am-Small, 48, 221-229.
  • Jenny N and Singh PD (2017). Methods of identification in forensic dentistry: A review. Pyrex Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, 4(4), 21– 28.
  • Jones JAD (2017). The value and potential of forensic models. Stevenson University Forensics Journal, 8(7), 58– 65.
  • Judson A, Biswas MC, Tiimob B (2016): Feasibility of Printing 3D Bone Models for Education at TUCVM. 1-4. 18 th annual Biomedical Research Symposium, College of Veterinary Medicine Tuskegee University. Tuskegee, United States.
  • Kamishina H, Sugawara T, Nakata K, et al (2019): Clinical application of 3D printing technology to the surgical treatment of atlantoaxial subluxation in small breed dogs. Plos one, 14, e0216445.
  • Kim SE, Shim KM, Jang K, et al (2018): Three-dimensional printing-based reconstruction of a maxillary bone defect in a dog following tumor removal. in vivo, 32, 63-70.
  • Li F, Liu C, Song X, et al (2018): Production of accurate skeletal models of domestic animals using three‐dimensional scanning and printing technology. Anat Sci Educ, 11, 73-80.
  • Lima AD, Machado M, Pereira RC, et al (2019): Printing 3D models of canine jaw fractures for teaching undergraduate veterinary medicine. Acta Cirurgica Brasileira, 34, e201900906.
  • Lima LFS, Barros AJB, Martini AC, et al (2019): Photogrammetry and 3D prototyping: A low-cost resource for training in veterinary orthopedics. Ciência Rural, 49, e20180929.
  • Loginova OA, Belova LM, Gavrilova NA (2017): New device for extracting larvae and small nematodes from herbivore’s faeces. Bulg J Vet Med, 20, 362-365.
  • Lynch AC, Davies JA (2019): Percutaneous tibial fracture reduction using computed tomography imaging, computer modelling and 3D printed alignment constructs: a cadaveric study. Vcot, 32, 139-148.
  • Malek S, Foster CD, Huston DH (2020): Qualitative Assessment of Four Types of Three-Dimensional Printed Anatomical Tibial Bone Models Compared to Commercially Available Models. Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol, 33, 267-273.
  • Manzano BL, Means BK, Begleyi CT, et al (2015): Using Digital 3D Scanning to Create “Artifictions” of the Passenger Pigeon and Harelip Sucker, Two Extinct Species in Eastern North America. The Future Examines the Past, Ethnobiology Letters, 6, 232-241.
  • Martin TW, Boss MK, LaRue SM, et al (2020): 3D-printed bolus improves dose distribution for veterinary patients treated with photon beam radiation therapy. Can Vet J, 61, 638-644.
  • Nantasanti S, Bruin A, Rothuizen J, et al (2016): Concise review: organoids are a powerful tool for the study of liver disease and personalized treatment design in humans and animals. Stem Cells Transl Med, 5, 325-330.
  • Neves ECD, Pelizzari C, Oliveira RSD, et al (2020): 3D anatomical model for teaching canine lumbosacral epidural anesthesia. Acta Bras Cir, 35, e202000608.
  • Nunez RYG, Albuquerque LK, Pereira RCR, et al (2020): 3D printing of canine hip dysplasia: anatomic models and radiographs. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, 72, 769-777.
  • Oto Ç, Akgün RO, Bakıcı C (2019): 3d printed educational model for canine brain ventricular system, 2nd International Veterinary Anatomy Congress.
  • Parry NM, Stoll A (2020): The rise of veterinary forensics. Forensic Sci Int, 306, 110069.
  • Perez E, Biedrzycki A (2019): 3D Printed Guides for Surgical Planning and Treatment of Pathologies within the Equine Hoof. Vcot, 32, A3810.
  • Preece D, Williams SB, Lam R, et al (2013): “Let's Get Physical”: Advantages of a physical model over 3D computer models and textbooks in learning imaging anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education, 6, 216-224.
  • Quinn-Gorham D, Khan MJ (2016): Thinking outside of the box: the potential of 3D printing in veterinary medicine. J Vet Sci Technol, 7, 1000360.
  • Radtke A, Morello S, Muir P, et al (2017): Application of computed tomography and stereolithography to correct a complex angular and torsional limb deformity in a donkey. Vet Surg, 46, 1131-1138.
  • Reis DA, Leite DA, Gouveia BL, et al (2019): Comparative assessment of anatomical details of thoracic limb bones of a horse to that of models produced via scanning and 3D printing. 3D Print Med, 5, 1-10.
  • Ryan S (2019): 3D Printed Bronchoscopy Simulator for Medical and Veterinary Training. Available at https://3dheals.com/3d-printed-bronchoscopy-simulator-for-medical-and-veterinary-training. (Accessed January 8, 2021).
  • Santos MA, Tokimatsu RC, Treichel TL, et al (2020): Orthosis and Prosthesis Development for Large and Medium Animals using reverse Engineering and Additive Manufacturing Techniques. Int J Adv, 7, 169-177.
  • Schoenfeld-Tacher RM, Horn TJ, Scheviak TA, et al (2017): Evaluation of 3D additively manufactured canine brain models for teaching veterinary neuroanatomy. J Vet Med Educ, 44, 612-619.
  • Shiraishi I, Yamagishi M, Hamaoka K, et al (2010): Simulative operation on congenital heart disease using rubber-like urethane stereolithographic biomodels based on 3D datasets of multislice computed tomography. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg, 37, 302-306.
  • Sjöholm E, Mathiyalagan R, Rajan Prakash D, et al (2020): 3D-Printed Veterinary Dosage Forms-A Comparative Study of Three Semi-Solid Extrusion 3D Printers. Pharmaceutics, 12, 1239.
  • Sönmez S, Kesen U, Dalgıç C (2018): 3 Dimensional Printers. 471-481. 6th International Printing Techologies Symposium. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Suñol A, Aige V, Morales C, et al (2018): Use of three-dimensional printing models for veterinary medical education: impact on learning how to identify canine vertebral fractures. J Vet Med Educ, 46, 523-532.
  • Warsi MH, Yusuf M, Al Robaian M, et al (2018): 3D printing methods for pharmaceutical manufacturing: Opportunity and challenges. Curr Pharm Des, 24, 4949-4956.
  • Weed BC, Bova TL, Patnaik SS, et al (2014): 3D Printing–Assisted Rapid Prototyping and Optimization: Development of a Novel Small Intestinal Cannula for Equine Research. 3D Print Addit Manuf, 1, 104-106.
  • Wilhite R, Wölfel I (2019): 3D Printing for veterinary anatomy: An overview. Anatom Histol Embryol, 48, 609-620.
  • Winer JN, Verstraete FJ, Cissell DD, et al (2017): The application of 3‐dimensional printing for preoperative planning in oral and maxillofacial surgery in dogs and cats. Vet Surg, 46, 942-951.
  • Worth AJ, Crosse KR, Kersley A (2019): Computer-assisted surgery using 3D printed saw guides for acute correction of antebrachial angular limb deformities in dogs. Vcot, 32, 241-249

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Veteriner Hekimlik
Bölüm Derleme
Yazarlar

Pınar YILGÖR HURİ Bu kişi benim
ANKARA ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0002-4912-0447
Türkiye


Çağdaş OTO (Sorumlu Yazar)
ANKARA UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-2727-3768
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 1 Ocak 2022
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2022, Cilt 69, Sayı 1

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Bibtex @derleme { auvfd871933, journal = {Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi}, issn = {}, eissn = {1308-2817}, address = {}, publisher = {Ankara Üniversitesi}, year = {2022}, volume = {69}, pages = {111 - 117}, doi = {10.33988/auvfd.871933}, title = {3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine}, key = {cite}, author = {Yılgör Huri, Pınar and Oto, Çağdaş} }
APA Yılgör Huri, P. & Oto, Ç. (2022). 3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine . Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi , 69 (1) , 111-117 . DOI: 10.33988/auvfd.871933
MLA Yılgör Huri, P. , Oto, Ç. "3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine" . Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi 69 (2022 ): 111-117 <http://vetjournal.ankara.edu.tr/tr/pub/issue/67711/871933>
Chicago Yılgör Huri, P. , Oto, Ç. "3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine". Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi 69 (2022 ): 111-117
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ISNAD Yılgör Huri, Pınar , Oto, Çağdaş . "3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine". Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi 69 / 1 (Ocak 2022): 111-117 . https://doi.org/10.33988/auvfd.871933
AMA Yılgör Huri P. , Oto Ç. 3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine. Ankara Univ Vet Fak Derg. 2022; 69(1): 111-117.
Vancouver Yılgör Huri P. , Oto Ç. 3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine. Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi. 2022; 69(1): 111-117.
IEEE P. Yılgör Huri ve Ç. Oto , "3D Printing in Veterinary Medicine", Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, c. 69, sayı. 1, ss. 111-117, Oca. 2022, doi:10.33988/auvfd.871933