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Technological supply of additive technologies for face skeleton reconstruction.

Reshetov I.V., Svyatoslavov D.S., Kudrin K.G., Dub V.A., Medvedev P.A.

The article presents the analysis of data, where the object of the study are metal complexes for implantation (MKI) synthesized by injection molding, hot isostatic pressing and selective laser sintering using a 3D printer. A reproduction scheme (MKI) is described starting with the acquisition of data from a CT scan and the transformation of CT data into 3D: determination of the density thresholds, filtering of the noise component, defect isolation and reconstruction of the corresponding areas, etc. and then converting the CAD file to a print object. The article also analyzes and selects scientific, technical, normative, methodological literature on the treating methods of fractures, bone defects, bone replacement, the advantages and disadvantages of osteoplastic materials used to replace defects in the bones of the facial skeleton are characterized. Taking into account the materials and methods given in the article, conclusions are made that there is a number of advantages in using ICD for the replacement of defects in the facial skeleton.
1 - I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. 2 - Institute for Advanced Studies of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency. 3 - Joint-stock company IC "ASE". 4 - Principal Design Engineer of JSC "NIAT". Moscow, Russia.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Keywords:computed tomography, 3D-printer, selective laser sintering, metal complexes for im-plantation, facial skeleton.

 

Corresponding author:Svyatoslavov D.S. e-mail: Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

For citation: Reshetov I.V., Svyatoslavov D.S., Kudrin K.G., Dub V.A., Medvedev P.A. Technological supply of additive technologies for face skeleton reconstruction. REJR 2017; 7(4):140-153. DOI:10.21569/2222-7415-2017-7-4-140-153.

Received: 19.11.2017 Accepted: 01.12.2017