Robotic Hip Surgery and Current Development with the ROBODOC system

  • W. Bargar


Why use a robot in joint replacement surgery? The answer is, it allows the surgeon to execute the preoperative plan, and to machine the bone interface to maximize contact.


Minimally Invasive Surgery Preoperative Planning Surgical Robot Joint Replacement Surgery Minimally Invasive Surgery Technique 
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