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O3DC: The Curiosity in Orthopaedics

To explore Mars, NASA sent a robot ''Curiosity'' which has many goals including Martian climate, geology, and the preparation for future human exploration. NASA has successfully overcome many challenges in terms of the complexity of the technology, Mars conditions and space problems. The mission of Curiosity has a powerful takehome message for the orthopaedic community: the design of a realistic training simulator is possible, which requires time, resources, and great effort. In this article, we detail orthopaedic 3D collection (O3DC). This paradigm was the result of discussion of the challenge in orthopaedic simulations discussed by many scientists.


Mohamed Mediouni, Amal Khoury

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