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Anatomical Modeling And Rapid Prototyping Assisted Surgical Reconstruction 555
T. Jiang, F. Lin, S. Kaltman, W. Sun
Published 2000 · Engineering
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We gratefully acknowledge the support from NSF 9980298 project funding to graduate student T. Jiang during the course of this research.
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