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Pune, Maharastra -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/12/2015 -- 3D printing is extremely well suited for surgical planning and modeling and has seen significant penetration to date through patient-specific printed models and surgical guides or tools.
Primary market opportunities explored in detail in this report include printed anatomical models, which are advancing into a new hierarchical value structure thanks to use of low cost printers all the way up to advanced, highly realistic, multi-material professional systems. Also included are printed surgical guide and tool markets, as well as analysis on how these two primary components come together through software and specialty service providers to provide 3D print enabled surgical planning services –the next generation of surgical practice. Complete report available at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/421879.html.
Relevant ten-year forecasts are included for all primary 3D printed segments within surgical planning including value and volume analysis.
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 About this Report
Chapter Two: 3D-Printed Medical Models
2.1 Value of 3D-Printed Models to Medical Professionals
2.1.1 3D Printing is Re-Inventing the Medical Model Product Category
2.2 Medical Modeling Opportunities
2.2.1 Isolating Real Opportunities in Medical Modeling
2.2.2 Recent Developments and Advancements in Printed Models Creating Potential for Value Structure
2.2.3 Medical Modeling Likely to Bring Medical 3D Printing Into the Hospital
2.2.4 Ten-Year Forecasts and Outlook for 3D-Printed Medical Models
2.3 Key Points from this Chapter
Chapter Three: Personalized 3D-Printed Surgical Guides and Tools
3.1 Surgical Cutting Guides, Drill Guides, and Bespoke Tools
3.1.1 Cutting Guides
3.1.2 Drill Guides
3.1.3 Other Surgical Tools and Instruments
3.2 Ten-Year Forecasts and Future Outlook for 3D- Printed Guides and Bespoke Tools
3.3 Key Points from this Chapter
Chapter Four: Complete 3D Print-Supported Surgical Planning
4.1 Market Development Trends in 3D Print Enabled Personalized Surgery
4.1.1 Estimating the Market Opportunity for 3D Print Enabled Personalized Surgery
4.2 Key Points from this Chapter
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report
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List of Exhibits
Exhibit 2-1: Opportunities in 3D-Printed Medical Models
Exhibit 2-2: Potential Adoption Level for Medical Professional Assistance Parts
Exhibit 2-3: Total 3D-Printed Medical Models by Type, 2014-2024
Exhibit 2-4: Total Revenue of 3D-Printed Medical Models by Type, 2014-2024 ($ Millions)
Exhibit 3-1: Potential Adoption Level for 3D-Printed Surgical Guides & Tools
Exhibit 3-2: 3D-Printed Surgical Cutting Guides and Drill Guides/Tools, 2014-2024
Exhibit 3-3: Total Revenue Surgical Cutting Guides & Drill Guides/Tools, 2014-2024 ($ Millions)
Exhibit 4-1: 3D Print Enabled Personalized Surgery Workflow
Exhibit 4-2: Total Revenue From Value-Added Personal Surgical Planning Utilizing 3D-Printed Components ($ Millions)
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