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SURGERY, med. jur. That part of the healing art which relates to external diseases; their treatment; and, specially, to the manual operations adopted for their cure.
     2. Every lawyer should have some acquaintance with surgery; his knowledge on this subject will be found useful in cases of homicide and wounds.

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This decisive live information greatly expands on the 3D anatomy and surgical orientation information offered by image-guided surgery.
Mitchell Sheinkop at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago is now using a new operating technique, which combines image-guided surgery technology from BrainLAB with a new implant manufactured by Zimmer (Warsaw, USA).
Stefan Vilsmeier, founder and CEO of BrainLAB, said, "Our new agreement with Wright will allow BrainLAB customers to further leverage their investment in image-guided surgery by being able to select the implant that best corresponds with their surgical approach.
Among the products developed by BrainLAB are software and hardware components for image-guided surgery, components for linear accelerators in radiotherapy as well as integrated systems for stereotactic radiosurgery.
The hospital also is the home of the stealth image-guided surgery, the only spinal surgery room of its kind in the world, which was pioneered by Southern Surgical's Dr.
a worldwide leading innovator of Image-Guided Surgery (IGS) and stereotactic radiosurgery systems, today announced that Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas will begin installing BrainSUITE(R)iMRI, the company's fully integrated workflow- optimized neurosurgical Operating Room (OR) that combines IGS, intra-operative Magnetic Resonance Imaging (iMRI), visualization and data management technology.
Supertron is also targeting emerging MRI research applications in the fields of molecular imaging, image-guided therapeutics, image-guided surgery, and orthopedics imaging.
March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- BrainLAB AG, a worldwide leading innovator of Image-Guided Surgery (IGS) and stereotactic radiosurgery systems, today announced that The Community Health Center of Branch County, MI is the first hospital in the United States to install VectorVision(R) sky.
Fifty early-stage medical technology companies from all around will be presenting at In3 WEST, that are developing products for a variety of high-growth medical technology markets, including cardiovascular/peripheral vascular, orthopedics/spine, imaging and image-guided surgery, neuro/stroke, diagnostics, regenerative medicine, biomaterials, diabetes, wound healing, drug delivery, oncology, and ophthalmology, among others.