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Cardiologists use 3-D printing to personalize treatment for heart disease

University of Melbourne doctors and engineers are using supercomputers to create 3D models from patients with heart disease, with photos from a camera thinner than a human hair.

Peter Barlis, University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Peter Barlis examines a 3-D printed heart artery. The ability to 3-D model the intricacies of the human heart are giving cardiologists incredible new insight into heart disease.
Credit: The University of Melbourne