13 July 2020

New article series on computer-assisted surgery

Robotic surgery, computer-assisted navigation, and personalized instrumentation and implants are no longer science fiction. Read about the current use in arthroplasty and future concepts.

Many institutions already use some of these technologies for precision and planning support. Computers can calculate basic operations 10 million times faster than the human brain. Will they eventually replace orthopedic surgeons in the operating room?

The three-part article series provides you with a comprehensive overview:



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