Our featured 3D print is an animal skull with severe Atlanto-axial luxation, an impairment in the rotation of the neck that can cause neurological deficits. The model will be used as a teaching guide to give context to the abnormality. The print was submitted by Dr. Gregory Kaiman, Veterinary Neurology and Neurosurgery Resident at Penn Vet.
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