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3D Printing is a rapidly emerging technology in the field of surgical simulation. Not only is it promising in terms of improving hands-on surgical skills but also has the potential to serve as an educational tool. Due to complex, intricate procedures in the field of craniofacial surgery with limited residents’ exposure, Fatima Qamar @ffatimaqamar and her co-authors from the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and USF Morsani College of Medicine Department of Radiology created a 3D printed craniofacial surgical simulator for performance of complex cranial procedures. The simulator has high anatomic fidelity and an ongoing study to validate it educationally is underway. Development of a high-fidelity 3D printed craniofacial simulator Fatima Qamar, MD MPH @ffatimaqamar; Jonathan Ford, Ph.D @VirtuallyJon; S. Alex Rottgers, MD; Summer Decker, Ph.D @Summerin3D

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