Surgical robots work under MRI.
April 17, 2007 7:02 PM Subscribe
are not only capable of working more precisely than human hands, but they have no metal or electrical parts, so will work under MRI
machines on tumors that would otherwise be invisible. The NeuroArm will set you back $27 million, but may confer more karma than that trip to space.
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