Henry Ford Health System in Detroit is buying medical imaging technology that its chair of neurosurgery calls a significant game-changer that makes complex brain surgeries significantly safer, shorter and less costly.

“It’s optics are so spectacular, we may eventually be able to replace the microscope,” says Steven Kalkanis, M.D. The company is BrightMatter, which worked with Henry Ford and Aurora Healthcare in Milwaukee, among others, as the imaging and robotic positioning system has been developed.

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