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Robotic Surgical Systems—A Review

@inproceedings{Chaudhary2014RoboticSS,
  title={Robotic Surgical Systems—A Review},
  author={Apoorva Chaudhary and D. K. Atal and Sanjeev Kumar},
  year={2014}
}
Robotic surgery is a type of surgery where doctor performs the operation on the patient by controlling the arms of the robotic system. These robotic arms mimic the surgeon's hand and scales down the movement hence allowing the surgeon to easily make precise and small cuts. Robotic surgery has been a revolutionary step in the improvement of surgical procedures as it is enhancing surgery through improved precision, stability, and dexterity. The use of robotics in medical procedures has become… 

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