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It seems that the ability to wheedle surgical assistance is the chief practical criterion that distinguishes "sane" sexual self-mutilators from "insane" ones.
It seems the gaffer in question feels that he can beat the advancing years - and compete with some of the players in the showers - with some, shall we say, surgical assistance.
So-called 'telemedicine' is not new, but has up to now been confined to providing communication links and a limited degree of surgical assistance.
So-called "telemedicine" is not new, but has up to now been confined to providing communication links and a limited degree of surgical assistance.
WILD CAT: Jordan as Katie Price clawing her way to the top of the modelling world; SEX MACHINE: Here's young Jordan - when she was just 17-year-old aspiring model Kate Price, astride a throbbing superbike; TOP TOTTY: Stunning shots that prove young Jordan didn't need any surgical assistance up front.
The research found that voice-controlled robotic arms were useful in eight of the nine different surgical procedures studied, including endoscopic brow and face-lift (facial procedures using an endoscope, a special viewing instrument that allows a surgeon to see images of the body's internal structures through tiny incisions); open brow and face-lift; endoscopic breast augmentation; open breast augmentation; and general surgical assistance.
Examples include the greater use of surgical assistance, more testing, provision of more "incidental" procedures, and fragmentation of billings.
Those who need surgical assistance usually transfer to other hospitals for surgeries, but the postoperative tracking and medical care often trouble them.