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Both 2D and 3D navigation, as well as robotics, are exciting advancements in diagnostic and surgical imaging. With the use of this technology, the medical community is able to view the anatomy from another angle, forecast implant placement and plan for anatomical correction. While these are all impactful attributes, what are the immediate shortcomings?



Why settle with outdated and inaccurate imaging information, expensive capital equipment and systems that add localization time and radiation exposure when TrackX can[1]:

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