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Sony's 3D head-mounted displays have been asking for a place in your film-watching and gaming routines since 2011, but now their latest HMD is volunteering to act as the viewing end of medical endoscopes. Hirai and Co. have just unveiled what amounts to a retooled HMZ-T2, dubbed the HMM-3000MT, wh

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The thought of an endoscope entering any orifice is an unpleasant one, even if it's so your doctor can diagnose what ails you. Good thing Medigus made the world's smallest video camera so those medical probes are a little less painful. It's .99mm in diameter -- making it a smidge smaller than previ

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Louisiana State University's Health Sciences Center has just enlisted the support of a surgical robot \"guided by a miniature salivary endoscope\" in order to yank a 20mm salivary stone and mend the salivary duct of a 31-year-old patient. A bit gruesome to consider, sure, but it's a whole lot less inv

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When you think endoscope your mind probably conjures up images that we'd rather you kept to yourself. But if you're a recent graduate of the Hollywood Upstairs Medical College (or simply a hard workin' back alley surgeon) in need of dubious medical equipment, where better to go than USB Fever? This

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USB Fever has a real eye-opening item on offer: the USB Digital Endoscope. While they claim this product is for \"medical\" uses, looking at it, it strikes us as an unlikely candidate for actual, legitimate endoscopy. Luckily, the seller offers a helpful slew of other suggested uses, including forens

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