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3D printers manufactured in new hörselben
"3D printers manufactured in new hörselben"

"In south Africa, surgeons used a 3D printer to produce copies of three different bones in the middle ear – the hammer, anvil and stirrup – which is then transplanted to a patient."

"the Operation, which was carried out last Wednesday, was made on a 35-year-old man at the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria, south Africa, and the copies were manufactured of titanium. The man's mellanöra had previously been crushed in a car accident."

"Whether the operation was successful, if your hearing was restored, does not appear from the statement."

"This is not the first time south Africa is at the forefront of transplantation. Already in 1967 was the world's first heart transplant in Cape town by Christiaan Barnard."

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