Yi-Tian Wang,Xin-Jian Yang,Bin Yan,Teng-Hui Zeng,Yi-Yan Qiu,Si-Jin Chen.[J].中华创伤杂志英文版,2016,19(1):31-34
Clinical application of three-dimensional printing in the personalized treatment of complex spinal disorders
  
DOI:
KeyWord: Complex spinal disorders Three-dimensional printing Personalized treatment
FundProject:
Author NameAffiliation
Yi-Tian Wang Clinical School of Shenzhen Second People's Hospital, Anhui Medical University 
Xin-Jian Yang Department of Spinal Surgery, Shenzhen Second Peoples' Hospital 
Bin Yan Department of Spinal Surgery, Shenzhen Second Peoples' Hospital 
Teng-Hui Zeng Department of Spinal Surgery, Shenzhen Second Peoples' Hospital 
Yi-Yan Qiu Department of Spinal Surgery, Shenzhen Second Peoples' Hospital 
Si-Jin Chen Clinical School of Shenzhen Second People's Hospital, Anhui Medical University 
Hits: 1372
Download times: 404
Abstract:
      Purpose: To investigate the usefulness of three-dimensional (3D) printing in complex spinal surgery. Methods: The study was conducted from October 2014 to March 2015 in Shenzhen Second Peoples' Hospital and 4 cases of complex severe spinal disorders were selected from our department. Among them one patient combined with congenital scoliosis, one with atlas neoplasm, one with atlantoaxial dislocation, and the rest one with atlantoaxial fracture-dislocation. The data of the diseased region was collected from computerized tomography scans for 3D digital reconstruction and rapid prototyping to prepare photosensitive resin models, which were applied in the treatment of these cases. Results: The use of 3D models reduced operating time and intraoperative blood loss as well as the risk of postoperative complications. Furthermore, no pedicle penetrations or screw misplacement occurred according to the postoperative planar radiographic images. Conclusion: The tactile models from 3D printing allow direct observation and measurement, helping the orthopedists to have accurate morphometric information to provide personalized surgical planning and better communication with the patient and coworkers. Moreover, the photosensitive resin models can also guide the actual surgery with the drilling of pedicle screws and safe resection of tumor.
View Full Text   View/Add Comment  Download reader
Close
function PdfOpen(url){ var win="toolbar=no,location=no,directories=no,status=yes,menubar=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes"; window.open(url,"",win); } function openWin(url,w,h){ var win="toolbar=no,location=no,directories=no,status=no,menubar=no,scrollbars=yes,resizable=no,width=" + w + ",height=" + h; controlWindow=window.open(url,"",win); } &et=3C06DB566315F8DCA49CCF62F164EBF825D55634B5F9D73C49C4D771DCC45B38285ACCFB9062D8C7F3B86E6B00563561DBD52BCC40C4F6D3AC30E47CD23E44B774768D3FEB1524E327D91CA66C21CC561521D42C90C4843064CB124C8B5C82E36D3766C48C68568620D5F6BF97FEE2E4&pcid=A9DB1C13C87CE289EA38239A9433C9DC&cid=527A01A248DACB72&jid=41E64B482309BD1321EE299C8ACC7A86&yid=9F915C6F01DE79C5&aid=&vid=&iid=CA4FD0336C81A37A&sid=4AD960B5AD2D111A&eid=339D79302DF62549&fileno=20160108&flag=1&is_more=0">