2019
DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1678611 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Objectives Patients undergoing surgery for locally advanced lung cancer involving the chest wall require anatomical lung with extensive en-bloc chest wall resection and appropriate reconstruction.In this proof-of-concept study, we aimed to produce personalized three-dimensional (3D)-printed chest wall prosthesis for a patient undergoing chest wall resection and reconstruction using clinically obtained computed tomography (CT) data. Methods Preoperative CT scans of three patients undergoing chest wa… Show more

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“…This includes synthetic meshes, bioprosthetic materials, stainless-steel bars, osseo-integrated titanium systems, autografts, homografts or porcine or bovine xenografts. In 2020, Smelt et al described the successful application of personalized three-dimensional (3D)printed chest wall prostheses made of methylmetacrylate covered by expanded polytetrafluoroethylene for patients undergoing chest wall resection and reconstruction (30). However, due to residual growth and development, the choice of the optimal material is a major consideration in the pediatric and adolescent population.…”
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“…This includes synthetic meshes, bioprosthetic materials, stainless-steel bars, osseo-integrated titanium systems, autografts, homografts or porcine or bovine xenografts. In 2020, Smelt et al described the successful application of personalized three-dimensional (3D)printed chest wall prostheses made of methylmetacrylate covered by expanded polytetrafluoroethylene for patients undergoing chest wall resection and reconstruction (30). However, due to residual growth and development, the choice of the optimal material is a major consideration in the pediatric and adolescent population.…”
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“…The promotion of three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction technology greatly meets the needs of clinicians to a certain extent. This technology has been widely used in the human body, especially in hepatobiliary surgery, breast surgery, maxillofacial surgery, and bone surgery ( 1 3 ). In 1990, the earliest application in the liver was proposed by Hashimoto et al ( 4 ).…”
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“…10 In contrast, rigidity is added with grafts made of methyl acrylate. 11 The rigidity of a chest wall graft is reported to be a central parameter with respect to avoiding post-operative complications. 12 Furthermore, the materials must have the ability to integrate into the adjacent tissue quickly, to be vascularized well, and are at best degradable without releasing toxic by-products.…”
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