In veterinary medicine, technological advancements continue to shape how veterinarians diagnose, plan treatments, and improve patient outcomes. Dr. Kate Barnes, a Clinical Associate Professor at Texas A&M University’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (VMBS), specializes in small animal orthopedics. With a focus on cutting-edge techniques, Dr. Barnes leverages 3D printing technology and mobility assessment tools to redefine veterinary care.
Dr. Kate Barnes’ pioneering work utilizing 3D models and surgical guides, veterinarians can enhance surgical planning, improve accuracy, and reduce procedure risks. The benefits of 3D printing in veterinary care can contribute significantly to animal health and well-being.
by Alyssa Schaechinger, Texas A&M University
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