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2015 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Clinical Applications of 3D Printing


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3D Printing in the Clinic
Nicholas Remmes, PhD Mayo Clinic
remmes.nicholas@mayo.edu


Handout(s): 99-28219-360478-110625-941763638.pdf
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All videos in this session:
Creation of 3D Printed Phantoms for Clinical Radiation Therapy - Eric Ehler, PhD University of Minnesota
Watching →3D Printing in the Clinic - Nicholas Remmes, PhD Mayo Clinic
Principles, Pitfalls and Techniques of 3D Printing for Bolus and Compensators - Jameson Baker, PhD Stony Brook Medicine
Sterilization for 3D Printed Brachytherapy Applicators - J. Adam Cunha, PhD UC San Francisco
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