The laser-steering microrobot (right) can be used as an add-on accessory for endoscopic systems (left) for use in minimally invasive surgery. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Minimally invasive surgeries in which surgeons gain access to internal tissues through natural orifices or small external excisions are common practice in medicine. They are performed for problems as diverse as delivering stents through catheters, treating abdominal complications, and performing transnasal operations at the skull base in patients with neurological conditions.
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