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Thuận Nguyễn.May 19, 2015
Robot Performs Surgery On A Lion
When eight-year old lion Leonardo went under the knife to remove an adrenal tumour, few could have imagined he would be walking around like normal in just three hours.By using a Telelap ALF-X surgical robot, staff at Italy’s Veterinary Hospital of Lodi were able to precisely cut three incisions of three centimetres each and fully restored Leonardo’s body functions within 24-hours. The brave lion is now fully recovered and back home at the Langhe Murazzano Safari Park in the province of Cuneo.
Leonardo had been suffering symptoms of an endocrine disorder for some time, so he was moved to the Lodi Veterinary Hospital at the University of Milan to undergo a CT scan, which revealed the presence of a tumour in the left adrenal gland. Adrenal cancers or their removal had never previously been described in any medical literature dealing with lions.
The medical team, led by head of the Anaesthesia Operative Unit at Lodi Veterinary Hospital, Giuliano Ravasio, had to decide whether to use traditional open surgery to remove the cancer.
This traditional option risked major tissue damage, a long and stressful recuperation, and a very high chance of complications from the wound. Instead his team decided on minimally invasive robotic surgery.
The Telelap ALF-X robot, is a futuristic machine that works with surgical arms remotely controlled from a console. This technology gave the surgeons an internal three-dimensional high-definition view of Leonardo’s abdomen.
Using state-of-the-art software the robot provided surgeons with a “feel” of the consistency of the tissues and using an eye-tracker the system allowed operators to move the camera and take shots with simple eye movement.
The veterinary team hopes this pioneering surgery could open the door to a new era of robotic surgery for animal species, particularly those that require specialised operations.1 A ROBOT has become the world’s first at performing surgery on a LION. When eight-year old lion Leonardo went under the knife to remove an adrenal tumour, few could have imagined he would be walking around like normal in just three hours. The medical team, led by head of the Anaesthesia Operative Unit at Lodi Veterinary Hospital, Giuliano Ravasio, used a Telelap ALF-X surgical robot to perform the pioneering surgery. Media Drum World/2 Media Drum World/3 Media Drum World/4 Media Drum World/5 Media Drum World/6 Media Drum World/7 Media Drum World/8 Media Drum World/9 Media Drum World/10 Media Drum World/11 Media Drum World/12 Media Drum World/13 Media Drum World/14 Media Drum World/15 Media Drum World/16 Media Drum World/17 Media Drum World/18 Media Drum World/19 Media Drum World/20 Media Drum World/21 Media Drum World/22 Media Drum World/23 Media Drum World/ .CH ÚC SỨC KHOẺ.