Comprehensive, yet concise, 3D Printing for the Radiologist presents an overview of three-dimensional printing at the point of care. Focusing on opportunities and challenges in radiology practice, this up-to-date reference covers computer-aided design principles, quality assurance, training, and guidance for integrating 3D printing across radiology subspecialties. Practicing and trainee radiologists, surgeons, researchers, and imaging specialists will find this an indispensable resource for furthering their understanding of the current state and future outlooks for 3D printing in clinical medicine.
Covers a wide range of topics, including basic principles of 3D printing, quality assurance, regulatory perspectives, and practical implementation in medical training and practice.
Addresses the challenges associated with 3D printing integration in clinical settings, such as reimbursement, regulatory issues, and training.
Features concise chapters from a team of multidisciplinary chapter authors, including practicing radiologists, researchers, and engineers.
Consolidates today’s available information on this timely topic into a single, convenient, resource.
Edited by Nicole Wake, PhD, Assistant Professor, Director, 3D Imaging Lab, Department of Radiology, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY