3D Printing for Vascular Imaging
From heart valves to blood vessels, 3D printing produces a replica of vascular anatomy to enable vascular surgeons to have a detailed understanding of a patient's vascular anatomy before performing open or endovascular surgery. 3D printing provides a visual of a patient's unique anatomy offering a vascular surgeon increased detail to optimize the procedure and patient outcomes.
Join us to learn more about the history of 3D printing and how to use it in pre-surgical planning!
- Thomas Carruthers, MD, Vascular Surgeon, Brown Surgical Associates, Providence, RI
- Stacy Fisher, MD, Cardiology, Associate Director, Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center; Associate Professor, Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine, Columbia, Maryland
- Jeffrey Hirsch, MD, Radiology, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
- Nicholas Osborne, MD, Vascular Surgeon, Associate Professor, University of Michigan Health, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Judith Lin, MD, Vascular Surgeon, Professor of Surgery & Chief of Vascular Surgery, Michigan State University, Department of Surgery, East Lansing, Michigan
- Adam Johnson, MD, Vascular Surgeon, International Fellow, The Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Managing Editor, Audible Bleeding