3D printed bone implants give patient new lease of life after head injury


The implants were used for Lin's cranioplasty surgery in July last year. - ST

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): When Danny Lin fell in a carpark in November 2020, he injured his head so badly that he could remember only slipping into a coma for about 10 days.

The memory of how the incident happened was completely wiped clean.

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