A tiny-armed robot could be the future of surgery — Quartz

Robots are increasingly common in surgical procedures. But surgical robots are often very large, with long, inflexible instruments that make them expensive and impractical for smaller practices. The creators of Axsis, a new surgical robot designed to perform cataract surgery, say it’s the first of a new generation of sleeker, cheaper medical robots. Axsis has…

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