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Title: 3D printing technology applications in Occupational Therapy
Authors: Ganesan, B
Adel, AAJ
Luximon, A 
Issue Date: 2016
Source: Physical medicine and rehabilitation – international, 2016, v. 3, no. 3, p. 1085-1089
Abstract: With the rapid development of three dimensional technologies in last three decades, it is widely spread worldwide and made dramatic impact into various fields such as medicine, dentistry, other health care and engineering area. The promising future of this 3D printing technology made new future in the medicine to design the various hard tissues, models of body parts, implants, orthosis and prosthesis with high accuracy. This paper focuses on the possibilities and benefits of 3D printing technology in the occupational therapy research or clinical practice and presents the different procedures for creating different types of three dimensional physical models.
Keywords: 3D printing
Occupational Therapy
Three dimensional printing
Assistive devices
Publisher: Austin Publishing Group
Journal: Physical medicine and rehabilitation – international 
ISSN: 2471-0377
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