Oklahoma hospital adds robotic-assisted spine surgery to service line

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Oklahoma City-based OU Medical Center is now offering robotic-assisted spine surgery, reports OU Daily.

Three things to know:

1. Robotic spine surgery aids spine surgeons in the placement of pedicle screws.

2. The technology allows for the preoperative planning of procedures and offers real-time images of patients' anatomies.

3. The new technology will be added to the hospital's other robotics programs, which includes urology, pulmonology, oncology and general surgery.

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