The two surgeons look at a true three-dimensional image as they control the robotic arms of the new dual-console Da Vinci Surgical System that is new at University Hospital. This simulation shows off how doctors are able to perform precision maneuvers allowing for less invasive surgery. Dr. Jerry Rogers, chair of the Department of Surgery at MU Health Care, highlights what the new robotic surgical system is able to do, through the control of trained doctors, on Thursday afternoon at the Russell D. and Mary B. Shelden Clinical Simulation Center at the MU School of Medicine.

The two surgeons look at a true three-dimensional image as they control the robotic arms of the new dual-console Da Vinci Surgical System that is new at University Hospital. This simulation shows off how doctors are able to perform precision maneuvers allowing for less invasive surgery. Dr. Jerry Rogers, chair of the Department of Surgery at MU Health Care, highlights what the new robotic surgical system is able to do, through the control of trained doctors, on Thursday afternoon at the Russell D. and Mary B. Shelden Clinical Simulation Center at the MU School of Medicine.

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