3-D printed organs look, feel and bleed like the real thing
When it comes to 3-D printing organs for practicing difficult surgeries, texture can be as important as structure. Researchers across the globe have been using 3-D printers to make custom models of brains, spines and hearts to practice difficult surgeries. But some have taken that research to the next level by designing printed organs that feel, move and bleed like the real thing.
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