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Woman With the Metal Chest: Surgeons Implant World’s First 3D Printed Titanium Sternum

by Whitney Hipolite · July 9, 2015

3D printing has begun to gain a lot of traction lately within various medical fields because of its tremendous ability to create one-off custom objects. Whether it is a medical model in the exact shape of a patient’s organs, or an implant which mimics real human tissue, 3D printing will continue to play a major role in the future of medicine.

It’s not just the future that looks so bright though, as doctors and surgeons all around the world are already utilizing 3D printing for a variety of treatments. For one 54-year-old woman, by the name of Ms. Gu, the rapid advancement in 3D printing technology could not have come soon enough.

Last June, Ms. Gu, of Luoyang, China visited her doctor after suffering from chest pain, tightness in her chest, and shortness of breath. It was discovered that Gu was not suffering from a heart attack, but instead had a large tumor located on her sternum. After seeing several doctors to try and figure out a solution for the tumor, it was determined that the only thing that was possible was for her sternum to be completely removed, which would ultimately leave Ms. Gu with an exposed heart, and many medical problems in the future.
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