Chirurgie robotique Nancy 2012 – Techniques de réalité augmentée.

Titre : Chirurgie robotique Nancy 2012 – Techniques de réalité augmentée.
Intervenants : Gilles DOLIVET (CHU, Nancy).
Résumé : Techniques de réalité augmentée en carcinologie cervico-faciale.
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Conférence enregistrée lors du DIU de chirurgie robotique à Nancy le 4 janvier 2012 en partenariat avec l’UNF3S
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