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Incisionless Brain Surgery

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    Minimally-invasive surgery is generally an attractive option, but how reliable and effective is brain surgery performed through the nose? Dr. Jason Newman, assistant professor of otolaryngology - head and neck surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, explores the rapidly evolving field of incisionless brain surgery with host Dr. Lee Freedman. What are the obstacles to approaching brain surgery through the nose, and could there be a robotic component in the next few years?

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    Minimally-invasive surgery is generally an attractive option, but how reliable and effective is brain surgery performed through the nose? Dr. Jason Newman, assistant professor of otolaryngology - head and neck surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, explores the rapidly evolving field of incisionless brain surgery with host Dr. Lee Freedman. What are the obstacles to approaching brain surgery through the nose, and could there be a robotic component in the next few years?

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