Anatomical Engineering and 3D Printing for Surgery and Medical Devices: International Review and Future Exponential Innovations

José Cornejo*, Jorge A. Cornejo-Aguilar, Mariela Vargas, Carlos G. Helguero, Rafhael Milanezi De Andrade, Sebastian Torres-Montoya, Javier Asensio-Salazar, Alvaro Rivero Calle, Jaime Martínez Santos, Aaron Damon, Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, Miguel D. Quintero-Consuegra, Juan Pablo Umaña, Sebastian Gallo-Bernal, Manolo Briceño, Paolo Tripodi, Raul Sebastian, Paul Perales-Villarroel, Gabriel De La Cruz-Ku, Travis McKenzieVictor Sebastian Arruarana, Jiakai Ji, Laura Zuluaga, Daniela A. Haehn, Albit Paoli, Jordan C. Villa, Roxana Martinez, Cristians Gonzalez, Rafael J. Grossmann, Gabriel Escalona, Ilaria Cinelli, Thais Russomano

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