Sunday, November 26, 2006

The ins and outs of surgery



Dr. Michael Kennedy, a retired thoracic surgeon, explains how surgeons adapt to instruments show mirror images of their internal target. He illustrates with an example of people who wore lenses that inverted their vision, so right became left and left became right. The brain learns to perceive motion and space correctly. Taken at the Cathy Seipp DVD giveaway party on Nov. 18 in the swanky Studio City digs of TV critic Ray Richmond.



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