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Augmented Reality in Orthopedic surgery: state of the art and future prospectives
Purpose Quality and results of orthopedic surgery have been vastly improved by the technological advances of these last few years. Progress in surgical instruments and implants have aimed at the improvement of the surgical outcome. More recently, computer assisted surgery (CAS) has revolutionized our approach to surgery in a more comprehensive way, in an attempt to make surgery better not only for the patient but also for the operator and the whole surgical team. Of the many parts thatdoi:10.13130/amsum/14955 fatcat:recdqgmzzredpo6h65dc44jiya