CREATION OF PERSONALIZED 3D MODEL OF BONE SCAFFOLD BY USING CURVE AND PATTERN BASED METHODOLOGIES
Tissue engineering is an important domain that is related to the creating of biocompatible solutions that are necessary to replace injured or diseased tissues. These solutions usually involve cells, a stabilizing structure referred to as a scaffold, and essential growth factors. The scaffold provides an essential support matrix for the cells, aiding their growth and promoting tissue repair. The design or blueprint of the scaffold is vital for maintaining its mechanical robustness and ensuring efficient nutrient delivery to the tissue replacement. This research introduces an innovative technique for designing individualized 3D scaffold blueprints by employing the Method of Anatomical Features (MAF) along with two distinct methodologies. The first technique is anchored on curves, and the second draws inspiration from patterns. MAF has already shown its prowess in crafting individualized geometrical models of bones. Scaffolds crafted through this method stand out due to their streamlined design approach, enabling almost automatic customization, and the resulting detailed 3D representation of the scaffold.
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