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Duke University Researches investigate Hololens for Brain Surgery

Mixed reality has great potential in medicine, where it can make the invisible visible. Now a pair of neurosurgeons are investigating how Microsoft’s HoloLens can be used to make an emergency brain surgery procedure safer and easier. The procedure relieves high pressure in the brain by draining fluid from the hidden fluid spaces in the […]
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