A Versatile Mechatronic Tool for Minimally Invasive Surgery

Abstract

This paper describes a novel handheld mechatronic tool for minimally invasive surgery (MIS) able to assist the surgeon in several surgical acts and enhancing his (or her) dexterity and sensitivity. The main feature of this tool is the limitation of the risk of damage of the biological tissues in a plurality of procedures of manipulation (dissection, blunt… (More)

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