Microrobotic Actuation Mechanisms. Srinivas K. Prasad, MD Johns Hopkins University. Seminar Presentation February 22, 2001. Traditional Surgical Technique. Surgical technique has historically required the establishment of a wide “cone of light” created over a target workspace.
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Srinivas K. Prasad, MD
Johns Hopkins University
February 22, 2001
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