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Seeing Is Believing
Higher resolution, larger screens and image-enhancing software are improving the precision and safety of abdominal surgery.
Publish Date: May 13, 2021   |  Tags:   Surgical Video and Imaging Gastroenterology
POINT OF VIEW Surgeons who operate in ultra-high-def are able to notice subtle differences in tissue and better identify critical anatomy.
The better surgeons can see anatomy during minimally invasive abdominal procedures, the more precise their work will be. Ultra-high-def camera systems, image-enhancement software, fluorescent dyes and oversized monitors all provide increased clarity and brilliance that lets surgeons confirm the results of their cuts in real time, letting them produce results that cause less trauma to the body and less post-op pain — and shorter recovery times.
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