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3D-printed organs aid transplant surgeon training

Artificial hearts and lungs, designed to mimic real organs in their diseased states, have been developed using 3D printing.

These lifelike models serve as invaluable tools for training surgeons in transplantation procedures.

The models, created by experts at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) in the UK, are made from silicone gels, fabrics and fibres.

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