Centers of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Surgery
In New York, a leading expert in bowel surgery has established a center of excellence in minimally-invasive surgery that will serve as a training site for the second generation of more advanced procedures and as a laboratory for the most sophisticated MIS technology. To some skeptics, MIS, because of its broad consumer appeal and its divorce from academic medical settings, presents real challenges to the notion of centers of excellence.
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