Virtual Surgery For Doctors In Training
There is no medical specialty as rigorous as surgery. Surgical interns are required to take thousands more hours of training than general practitioners, and they must continually learn new techniques. A Woburn (Mass.) company hopes to discover whether computer-generated "virtual" environments can speed up the education process.
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