Telesurgery meaning

A medical technology that allows a surgeon to operate long distance. Also called "telepresence surgery," by combining advances in imaging, video, robotics and sensors, the system gives doctors the full sensory experience of hands-on surgery. The surgeon performs the operation sitting at a console that displays a high-resolution image of the patient. See telemedicine, 3D surgery, telepresence and robotic surgery.
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(medicine) Surgery performed by robotic equipment which is monitored and controlled from a remote site.
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Origin of telesurgery

  • tele- +"Ž surgery

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