Cat McClintock in the blog “Why We Use Creo to Build Our Surgical Robots [Q&A]” discusses about the following

Minimally invasive surgery (MIS), generally known as keyhole surgery, is an innovative technique that gained vast popularity in the past few decades. In the following email interview, Mr. Nabeel Kamal, PhD fellow in surgical robots at the Istituto Itlaliano di Tecnologia in Genoa, Italy, describes a very special system his team has developed using Creo to make MIS more accurate and safer for pediatric neurosurgery patients.

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