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According to 3D Printing Media Network, ¨The FDA has approved its first 3D printed talus metal implant designed to replace the main bone in the ankle joint connecting the leg to the foot. The agency issued a green light to New Jersey-based Additive Orthopaedics under humanitarian use for the treatment of avascular necrosis, a progressive condition that can lead to the death of bone tissue following a sudden injury that cuts off blood flow, such as a broken bone or dislocation.¨

Think 3D Printing Is ‘Old’ Tech? ‘PRNT’ Is Proving Otherwise.

Think 3D Printing Is ‘Old’ Tech? ‘PRNT’ Is Proving Otherwise.