Brain Surgery Goes Live—and Online

You can read about neurosurgical techniques, but to really learn it, experts say you have to see a brain surgeon in action. While the capacity for live observation in a surgical suite is limited, technology has now advanced to the point where a webcast is almost as good as being there, says Aaron Cohen-Gadol, MD, a neurosurgeon with the Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine, Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.

He had been trying to locate a webcasting platform that would allow him to broad

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