"Have we taken leave of our senses?''

Morgenstern, Leon
June 2005
Surgical Innovation;Jun2005, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p183
Academic Journal
journal article
Presents scenarios which signify the end of an era in medical history when physicians relied on their senses for the diagnosis of disease. Factors that minimized the importance of the senses in surgical intensive care units; Description of the use of the sense of touch in laparoscopic surgery; Senses replaced by the use of robotics in surgery.


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