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Latest in Orthopedics

Using a neurological interface to control a mechanical exoskeleton might help paralyzed individuals regain partial control of their biological skeleton.
Physicians can be considered medical artists, so Australian scientists are developing an advanced "paintbrush" for surgeons specializing in arthritis and joint replacements.
Using a motor cortex implant, a series of electrode-lined bracelets, and sophisticated software, this paralyzed patient temporarily regained some use of his wrists and hands.