Minimising pain and maximising gain

Minimising pain and maximising gain

Minimally invasive surgical techniques have become increasingly sophisticated to offer more benefits to patients. Priya Kulasagaran looks at common types of minimally invasive procedures carried out today Surgery can see...
Hydrogel robots

Hydrogel robots

MIT engineers are moving towards a future of surgery that may involve robotic devices that are soft and gentle to prevent unwanted damage, yet strong enough to be able to manipulate tissue. Having developed robots made o...
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Hand Microsurgery

Many sports such as badminton, squash, tennis, golf, martial arts, even swimming require a good, strong pair of upper limbs. Sports that uses the legs also needs the upper limb for balance and coordination. A fully funct...
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Be Beautiful, Sans Surgery

No matter how you regulate your diet or exercise, there will always be a stubborn part of your body that causes you woe. If plastic surgery is not your cup of tea, you may want to consider other aesthetic procedures that...
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Side Effects and Dangers of Botox

You may have seen it on television — a celebrity with one side of her face looking completely different from the other, as if she’s paralysed on one side.  Indeed, this is a botched Botox work; so if you are int...