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3D printed reproductions of orbital dissections: a novel mode of visualising anatomy for trainees in ophthalmology or optometry
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    • Victoria A Nowak, Ophthalmologist
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      • Farida Hassan, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry

    Dear Editor,

    We read the article '3D printed reproductions of orbital dissections: a novel mode of visualising anatomy for trainees in ophthalmology or optometry' by Adams JW. et al with great interest. The authors have successfully identified the need for experience handling and navigating through anatomical material to understand clinical ophthalmology. Furthermore, they have brilliantly created a means for th...

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