Interdisciplinary Research: The First Laser-Sintered Skull Implant
As part of a European-funded study, an interdisciplinary group of companies and research institutes has developed a skull prosthesis made from PEEK material to operational fruition. Laser-sintering is used to create a unique lattice structure that both covers the asymmetrical hole in the deformed cranial bone and provides an ideal platform for osseointegration.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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