How one boy went from half his skull gone, to having a 3-D printed skull implanted
After Teddy Ward’s tragic fall, doctors told him he would have to wear a helmet for the rest of his life. But now, the seven-year-old boy from California gets a second chance with a 3-D printed skull.“This was a remarkable defect,” Dr. Mark Urata told CBS. “It was close to 50 per cent of his skull that was gone.”Story continues below READ MORE: Virtual...
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