Eggs, ligaments and medical innovation! Researchers inspired by the shell find potential remedy for traditionally delicate surgeries and uncertain outcomes
Journalist Glenn Deir owes his life to the robot Da Vinci, who removed an inoperable tumor from his body.
It "sees" leaks, changes shape, and stands out on scans: a new technological "patch" could change the future of abdominal surgery.
In utero surgery saves the future newborn from a fatal brain malformation, and marks a turning point for surgery.
The possibility of transforming "open" and complex interventions into rapid procedures makes the surgical robot an extraordinary option.
The amazing technique has worked where skin flap grafting and prosthesis have failed. Nose molded and placed. Ale.
Cosmetic leg lengthening may seem like something from a dystopian future, but it is a real procedure. What is dystopian is that it is becoming surprisingly popular.
The future surgeon will be able to wear special gloves that "observe" the movements of his hands and help the teachers to tell him where he is wrong.
Having performed live pig surgery to perfection, an autonomous surgical robot is now one step closer to being used in human operating rooms.
Spina bifida is a discomfort that can upset the life of a child and his family: a new approach deals with it even before birth.
An interactive projection system allows the surgeon to see images projected directly on the patient. A step towards AR surgery
Front Rescue is a real portable emergency operating room, which can be placed directly on the patient. Here is the concept.
8 months after the first similar surgery in the world, doctors declare penis and scrotum transplantation on a war veteran perfectly successful.