• “Primary clinical application of microsurgical arterial, venous and supermicrosurgical lymphovenous anastomoses performed using three-dimensional on-screen visualization”

    One year ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery

    Microsurgery has always been associated with optical imaging through binocular magnifying lenses. Fixed positioning due to the need for constant viewing through eyepieces leads to physical and mental fatigue. Evolution of surgical microscopes has been aimed to decrease surgical fatigue, improve positioning and mobility of the operator, provide high quality imaging and video output. Removing the eyepiece has been regarded as an important step in the evolution of microsurgery. The technology of three-dimensional on-screen microsurgical visualization systems has been evolving for the past...
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