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Q: how to integrate teams, planning, and training to provide successful outcome for a new magnetic resonance imaging machine
A: Surgeons long have relied on imaging studies to inform the plan for a procedure, yet the two disciplines traditionally have remained separate. [ The advent of image-guided procedures like cardiac catheterization and neuroangiography began blurring the lines between imaging and surgery. Smart ORs fall into two categories: ORs utilizing intra-operative computed tomography (CT) or magnetic
resonance imaging (MRI) that provide images near real-time, typically used in conjunction with neurosurgery, spinal and orthopedic procedures; and hybrid ORs that combine the real-time fluoroscopy of an interventional lab with the equipment and capabilities of a surgical suite. ]
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