Clinical applications of custom 3D printed implants in complex lower extremity reconstruction

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10.1186/s41205-020-00083-4

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Kadakia, Rishin, Colleen Wixted, Nicholas Allen, Andrew Hanselman and Samuel Adams (n.d.). Clinical applications of custom 3D printed implants in complex lower extremity reconstruction. 10.1186/s41205-020-00083-4 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/25650.

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Hanselman

Andrew Egon Hanselman

Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

I specialize in treating patients with all types of foot and ankle problems. Whether it's a simple ankle sprain or a complex foot/ankle reconstruction, I take pride in providing my patients with the expertise and resources here at Duke University but with the availability and convenience of a community-based setting. I enjoy treating patients of all ages with the goal of getting them back to their full activity as quickly and safely as possible. Most importantly, I believe in educating my patients about their issues, allowing them to better understand their health, how it affects their overall well-being, and providing them with the knowledge to become an integral part of their own healing process. Although some patients may require surgery, I try my best to maximize non-surgical treatment, knowing how much of an impact these decisions will have on someone's day-to-day life.

Adams

Samuel Bruce Adams

Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

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