ROBOT-ASSISTED SURGERY COULD MAKE MAJOR OPERATIONS FASTER, SAFER, AND EASIER TO RECOVER FROM .

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If the idea of a “surgical robot” conjures up images of a humanoid cyborg preparing to slice into your guts with the circular saw built into its arm, you’ve probably seen too many movies. The da Vinci Surgical System, which has helped doctors perform more than a million surgeries since it was introduced in 2000, is nothing like that (figure 1).

 

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