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'Brain tumor' may be the two most frightening words a patient will ever hear a surgeon speak. After the shock, there will be questions--most will ask what can be done.
"The big thing that drew me to this was the decrease in radiation," says Charles H. Clark III, MD, a neurosurgeon with Neurosurgical Associates in Birmingham, about the new robotic technology for surgical lumbar spinal fusions. "In the past, we used four to five minutes of fluoroscopy during the procedure. Now we're down to less than a minute."
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