2020
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-10899
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Abstract: Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is a highly prevalent articular pathological condition. In this sense, radiography becomes an important diagnostic method to determine the presence and severity of the disease. The objective was to create 3D models and their respective radiographs representing the CHD (3D AMCHD). The research was carried out in the Laboratory of 3D Educational Technologies of UFAC, under no. 23107.007273/2017-49 (CEUA/UFAC). A canine skeleton (hip bone, femurs and patellae) was used without anatomica… Show more

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“…The total values did not exceed US$ 4.00 to brachiocephalic 3D SAMCH and US$ 5.00 to dolicocephalic 3D SAMCH, including the amount of filament used for scaffolding and electricity. Meanwhile, in the study by Nunez et al (2020), 653.55 g of thermoplastic filament (ABS) were used for printing a set of 3D models of canine hip dysplasia and the reported cost was US$ 20.25. By comparison, even when printing different parts, we observed similarities in the type of material, amount used, and cost of printing.…”
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“…The total values did not exceed US$ 4.00 to brachiocephalic 3D SAMCH and US$ 5.00 to dolicocephalic 3D SAMCH, including the amount of filament used for scaffolding and electricity. Meanwhile, in the study by Nunez et al (2020), 653.55 g of thermoplastic filament (ABS) were used for printing a set of 3D models of canine hip dysplasia and the reported cost was US$ 20.25. By comparison, even when printing different parts, we observed similarities in the type of material, amount used, and cost of printing.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, 3D anatomopathological models representing orthopedic conditions have already been used as educational tools applied to the teaching-learning of animal anatomy. Some examples are the 3D synthetic models of patellar dislocation (CARVALHO et al, 2019), mandibular fracture (LIMA et al, 2019), and hip dysplasia, representing different degrees of these common bone disorders in dogs (NUNEZ et al, 2020).…”
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