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And to think, just over a year ago we all thought 1080p surgery was the future. Recently, Steven F. Palter, MD of Gold Coast IVF in Syosset, NY teamed with RED and Sony in order to \"film and project a surgery and microscopic images in 4K, which represents its first uses in medicine and biology.\" Dur

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High-definition capture and monitoring equipment has long been available for medical uses, but for whatever reason, widespread use has yet to catch on. Now, however, you people will be able to um, partake, in viewing the \"first HDTV surgery ever broadcast\" as National Geographic HD airs a special pr

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High-definition capture and monitoring equipment has long been available for medical uses, but for whatever reason, widespread use has yet to catch on. Now, however, you people will be able to um, partake, in viewing the \"first HDTV surgery ever broadcast\" as National Geographic HD airs a special pr

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