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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 8: Specimen and three-dimensional printed models. Scanning of the original specimens (a and c) can lead to high-quality, photorealistic three-dimensional models (b and d) that can be utilized, for example, in the classroom with respect to (b) congenital heart disease, and (d) in forensic proceedings in the case of a fracture of the superior horn of the thyroid cartilage during manual strangulation (arrow)

Figure 8: Specimen and three-dimensional printed models. Scanning of the original specimens (a and c) can lead to high-quality, photorealistic three-dimensional models (b and d) that can be utilized, for example, in the classroom with respect to (b) congenital heart disease, and (d) in forensic proceedings in the case of a fracture of the superior horn of the thyroid cartilage during manual strangulation (arrow)