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Use of 3D printing technique in diagnosing congenital uterine malformation

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Journal Title:
Chinese Journal of Biomedical Engineering
Issue:
5
DOI:
10.3760/cma.j.cn115668-20220415-00085
Key Word:
生殖道畸形;子宫畸形;纵膈子宫;双体子宫;3D打印;MRI;Female genital tract malformations;Uterine malformations;Septate uterus;Bicorporeal uterus;3D printing;MRI

Abstract´╝Ü The purpose of this study was to generate solid models common uterine malformations via 3D printing techniques, to investigate the feasibility and accuracy using these models in diagnosing uterine malformations, so as to offer a non-invasive diagnostic approach to these conditions. The study found that patients with septate uterus were obviously more likely to experience primary infertility and spontaneous abortion than those with bicorporeal uterus, and more frequently necessitated surgical intervention. The 3D model demonstration was consistent with the hysteroscopic findings with an accuracy of 100%, and therefore can be used as a non-invasive approach in diagnosing uterine malformations.

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