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Revolutionizing patient care: the harmonious blend of artificial intelligence and surgical tradition.

Surgery has undergone remarkable evolution over the past decades, propelled by unprecedented technological advancement. Despite these changes, the role of surgeons and their irreplaceable qualities remains pivotal. This article delves into the intersection of surgery and artificial intelligence (AI), underscoring the enduring significance of human expertise and values. The potential of AI to learn and improve over time holds great promise for enhancing various facets of surgery, including diagnostics, personalized treatment, preoperative planning, real-time support in the operating room, and comprehensive postoperative analytics of the outcome. However, it is essential to emphasize the continued importance of the surgeon's role to uphold universal surgical principles. This includes a commitment to minimalism and the use of evidence-based practice, ensuring optimal outcomes and standardized procedures. By recognizing the synergies between AI and traditional surgical approaches, we can navigate the evolving landscape of surgery to achieve the highest standards of patient care.

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