UM: 3D-printed metallic ankle bone implants

UM: 3D-printed metallic ankle bone implants

Surgeons have treated a patient’s “dead” ankle bone with a custom, 3D-printed replacement for the first time at UHealth Tower and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

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