Eye metrics as an objective assessment of surgical skill.

@article{Richstone2010EyeMA,
  title={Eye metrics as an objective assessment of surgical skill.},
  author={Lee Richstone and Michael John Schwartz and Casey A. Seideman and Jeffrey A. Cadeddu and Sandra Marshall and Louis R. Kavoussi},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={252 1},
  pages={
          177-82
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Currently, surgical skills assessment relies almost exclusively on subjective measures, which are susceptible to multiple biases. We investigate the use of eye metrics as an objective tool for assessment of surgical skill. SUMMARY BACKGROUND DATA Eye tracking has helped elucidate relationships between eye movements, visual attention, and insight, all of which are employed during complex task performance (Kowler and Martins, Science. 1982;215:997-999; Tanenhaus et al, Science. 1995… CONTINUE READING
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