I think they should incorporate this technology into some kind of backscratcher. In all seriousness though, I thought they did this type of thing already with different surgeries. Even when they do an appendiz surgery now a days they only leave a hole and inch or so long. simply amazing.
I like this and read about this a little while ago...thanks for covering. The first thing that leaps to mind, though, is isn't there already similar technology out there? I suppose not exactly like this, but I am sure there are ways to get into hard-to-reach places being employed. I'm not well versed enough to know what they are, though! Still, this would be a good addition to any technology that can make surgery less invasive.
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