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Virtual reality surgery. Conceptual computer ill- ustration of the use of virtual reality (VR) to prepare for and carry out surgery. Various parts of the patient's body are seen in spheres. From left to right these are: the skull, the brain, an eye and the heart. The surgeon can use three- dimensional VR to visualise the operation site as he remotely controls robot tools during surgery.
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