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Smart glasses: Taking GI endoscopy to the metaverse era

Published:February 25, 2023DOI:
      Technology innovations open a new world of virtual reality solutions, and this applies to the healthcare system too. Thanks to the internet, we can be all connected, every day and everywhere. In addition, Covid-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives and our approach to the work environment.
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