Accurate modeling of normal anatomy as well as of morphologic changes caused by disease is crucial to defining the conditions under which medical devices should be tested. Each of us is unique, and so are the diseases and disease states that inflict morphologic changes upon us. These morphologic changes have the potential to reduce a patient’s quality of life and may lead to death. In addition, they complicate researchers’ attempts to create accurate and useful anatomic models. The ability to accurately mimic anatomy as well as altered anatomy caused by disease can greatly augment the current standards for medical device testing.
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