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want to be in control of providing the best care for their patients," says Mr. Soudagar. "If they have better imaging tools, they can make better decisions. The better picture clarity, sharpness, depth perception and quality they work with, the more confident they'll be in achieving bet- ter outcomes." The latest imaging technology is more than just a camera. It's a plat- form for surgeons to provide the best results for their patients. As imaging technology progresses, surgeons minimize the invasive- ness of surgery even further with miniature scopes and more enhanced picture modalities, which will improve the precision of their operations. As technology evolves, with the integration of imaging and fluorescent imaging systems, surgeons can plan and execute a roadmap to reach the exact location of pathology or tar- geted anatomy, and assess and decide on the type and size of the incision. "Achieving optimal results is the main goal of every surgeon," says Dr. Nezhat. "In order to meet this goal, the clear display and visualiza- tion of crucial anatomical structures are paramount." OSM 1 8 • O U T PA T I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • A P R I L 2 0 2 0 "Surgeons want to be in control of providing the best care for their patients. If they have better imaging tools, they can make better decisions." — Suraj S. Soudagar, MS, MBA, LEED

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