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Journal of Surgery

ISSN: [Jurnalul de chirurgie]
ISSN: 1584-9341

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Vitreoretinal Surgery Robotic and OCT-Aided Systems in Review

Abstract

Suzann Pershing*

Machemer's introduction of the intraocular vitrectomy instrument has made remarkable progress in vitreoretinal surgery, making it possible to surpass the limits of human physiologic capabilities. Robotic technologies have been looked into as a way to get around the limitations of perception, tremor and dexterity. Right now, some of these developments are getting close to being practical for clinical use. The research has revealed four distinct categories of robotic systems: magnetic guidance robots, hand-on-hand robotic systems, teleoperated robotic systems and instruments with intrinsic robotic assistance For safe and cost-effective clinical deployment of robotic systems in vitreoretinal surgery, this review examines the advancements that have been made as well as the needs that remain.

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