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Skull base surgery. 1996 July; 6(3): 191–192.
PMCID: PMC1656559

Cadaveric Hands-on Workshop Using a Three-Dimensional High-Definition Television System


We report the introduction of a three-dimensional high-definition television system in cadaveric microneurosurgical hands-on workshops on skull base technique. The system was found to be a useful means of exact communication between the instructor and the participants and avoided congestion around the instructor's table. The instructions could be refayed to the multiple participants at one time and thus avoided repetitions. More participants could be accommodated in the workshops. The entire proceeding could be recorded three-dimensionally for later use and educational purposes.

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  • Okudera H, Kobayashi S, Kyoshima K, Saito H, Mochizuki R. Three-dimensional Hi-vision system for microneurosurgical documentation based on wide-vision telepresence system using one camera and one monitor. Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo) 1993 Oct;33(10):719–721. [PubMed]
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