Loyola Medicine Finds Better Way to Guide and Assess Robotic-assisted Surgery Trainees

Loyola Medicine Finds Better Way to Guide and Assess Robotic-assisted Surgery Trainees
Loyola medical school physicians have come up with a better way for surgeons in training to report on the robot-assisted prostate cancer operations they perform. These reports are important because seasoned physicians use them to help decide whether the trainees are accomplished enough to do surgeries on their own. The institution, whose full name is the

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