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AR in Surgery: Significant Progress Made

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In recent years, we have been seeing growing interest in the applications of  augmented reality  beyond the world of gaming. One of the latest breakthrough comes when the system was used in a spinal surgery procedure by Johns Hopkins University surgeons. The xvision Spine System takes the best of surgical navigation systems and improves upon them to meet the needs of surgeons and provide technical confidence in the operating room. The system is designed to revolutionize how surgery is done by giving the surgeon better control and visualization, which may lead to easier, faster and safer surgeries.

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