3D-printing has become a promising adjunct in orthopedic surgery over the past years. A significant drop in costs and increased availability of the required hardware and software needed for using the technique, have resulted in a relatively fast adaptation of 3D-printing techniques for various indications. In this review, the role of 3D-printing for deformity corrections of the lower extremity is described.
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This paper is part of a supplement supported by the Osteosynthesis and Trauma Care Foundation (OTCF) though a research grant from Stryker.
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