Some articles on classical, surgery, classical surgery:
... several innovations that were at first considered unacceptable deviations from classical surgical techniques ... off the monitor”, a phrase that refers to the method of performing endoscopic surgery (referred to as a laparoscope when used for abdominal surgeries) while viewing a TV/video monitor in an upright position ... that operative laparoscopic techniques could replace classical surgery and, initially, many in the medical community considered the entire notion to be an ...
Famous quotes containing the words surgery and/or classical:
“Ever since surgery began, mans destiny has been to suffer, in order that he might be cured. And no one can change that, gentlemen.”
—Jean Scott Rogers. Robert Day. Mr. Blount (Frank Pettingell)
“The basic difference between classical music and jazz is that in the former the music is always greater than its performanceBeethovens Violin Concerto, for instance, is always greater than its performancewhereas the way jazz is performed is always more important than what is being performed.”
—André Previn (b. 1929)