Life, death and surgery through a lens
June 24, 2009 § Leave a comment
Check out this interesting TED talk by surgeon and inventor Catherine Mohr, tracing the history of surgery from pre-anesthesia to the newest inventions in robotic surgery.
Hat tip to Vijay.
Tagged: catherine mohr, robotic surgery, TED
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