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Feature: The Times "11 great ideas from British universities that could change the world"

See-through surgery

“You see the bones, the course of the blood vessels, and can identify exactly where the targets are located,” said Dr Philip Pratt, a research fellow in the department of surgery and cancer at Imperial College, where researchers have demonstrated how surgeons can make use of “augmented reality” to carry out lower-limb reconstructive surgery. Wearing a Microsoft HoloLens headset, the surgeon can interact with CT scans appearing in the visor, essentially allowing the surgeon to “see” exactly what is below the skin as they work."

Philip Pratt PhD



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