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A surgical robot used to perform an increasingly broad palette of surgical—e.g., mitral valve repair—and laparoscopic—e.g., cholecystectomy and gastric ulcer repair—procedures
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da Vinci

Surgery A surgical robot for performing certain surgeries–eg, mitral valve repair and laparoscopic procedures–eg, cholecystectomy and gastric ulcer repair. See Laparoscopic surgery, Robotics, Surgical robot.
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A s part of the official celebrations for the anniversary of 500 years from the death of Leonardo da Vinci, the Italian Embassy in Cyprus in collaboration with the art historian Maria Paphiti, organise a lecture by the renowned Italian Professor Maurizio Seracini.
Xanthe Brooke, curator of European Art, at the Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life In Drawing exhibition; and, right, some of the drawings that are on display from today Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY
| Tickets for Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing, which runs from February 1 to May 6, cost PS2.50 and can be prebooked online by visiting www.sunderlandmuseum.org.uk or at Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens' reception during opening hours.
The selection at Manchester Art Gallery's exhibition - Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing - focuses on the body and demonstrates da Vinci's use of drawing to gain an unrivalled understanding of human anatomy.
"The free exhibition offers an extraordinary insight into Leonardo da Vinci's mind," says an exhibition sportsman.
Along with food, Leonardo da Vinci encouraged liberal intake of water (and water-rich foods).
"Christie's can confirm that the Department of Culture and Tourism in Abu Dhabi is acquiring 'Salvator Mundi' by Leonardo da Vinci," the auction house said in a statement.
Duterte recounted a story about how Leonardo da Vinci inadvertently used the same model to depict Jesus Christ and his traitorous disciple Judas Iscariot in 'The Last Supper,' one of his greatest masterpieces.
A PORTRAIT of Christ by Leonardo da Vinci has shattered the record for the most expensive artwork after being sold for PS342million.
A painting of Christ by Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci was sold for $450 million at an auction in New York, becoming the most expensive painting ever sold at auction.
Canadian University Dubai and Sylvain Tremblay, a Montreal/New York-based artist and former lecturer in Art History at the university, premiered a documentary titled The Master Project: Leonardo Da Vinci, which follows the life of the renowned Renaissance artist at the Chateau du Close Luce in Amboise, France on June 24.