Three-dimensional (3D) printing has been used in recent years to produce educational materials in medicine. Recent studies have found that fields such as otolaryngology may benefit from the use of 3D printing in teaching medical students and residents. Our team will conduct a systematic review to survey the current uses of 3D printing interventions in otolaryngology. We aim to assess how similar the 3D printed models are to human anatomy, their surgical utility, and educational uses.
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