Robots and simulators: The future of otolaryngology?

July 31, 2007
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Editorial

Robotic surgery has already been used in otolaryngology, and simulators are being developed to enhance education. As with all new technology, early applications have been met with controversy as well as enthusiasm.

Robotic surgery has already been used in otolaryngology, and simulators are being developed to enhance education. As with all new technology, early applications have been met with controversy as well as enthusiasm.

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