Category Archives: Samuel Lin

Augmented Reality: Making Remote Surgical Assistance Possible

by Caroline Medin; Eduardo Ortiz; Parisa Kamali, MD (@Pari_Kamali); and Samuel J. Lin, MD, MBA (@Dr_SamuelLin) Despite a significant growth in diseases requiring surgical intervention, to date there is still gross disparities in access to safe, essential surgical care worldwide.  The

Augmented Reality: Making Remote Surgical Assistance Possible

by Caroline Medin; Eduardo Ortiz; Parisa Kamali, MD (@Pari_Kamali); and Samuel J. Lin, MD, MBA (@Dr_SamuelLin) Despite a significant growth in diseases requiring surgical intervention, to date there is still gross disparities in access to safe, essential surgical care worldwide.  The

Virtual Reality Aided Reconstruction

PRS Tech Blog by Jinesh Shah, BSc, Parisa Kamali, MD, Samuel Lin, MD, MBA Reconstructive surgery, especially for patients with breast cancer, is on the rise. This is partially attributed to the increased survival with breast cancer, nearly 80% at

Virtual Reality Aided Reconstruction

PRS Tech Blog by Jinesh Shah, BSc, Parisa Kamali, MD, Samuel Lin, MD, MBA Reconstructive surgery, especially for patients with breast cancer, is on the rise. This is partially attributed to the increased survival with breast cancer, nearly 80% at

Worth the “Likes”? The Use of Facebook Amongst Plastic Surgeons and Its Perceived Impact

A review over view of two articles on Plastic Surgery and Social Media by Samuel Lin Worth the “Likes”? The Use of Facebook among Plastic Surgeons and Its Perceived Impact Chang, Jessica B.; Woo, Shoshana L.; Cederna, Paul S. Less

Worth the “Likes”? The Use of Facebook Amongst Plastic Surgeons and Its Perceived Impact

A review over view of two articles on Plastic Surgery and Social Media by Samuel Lin Worth the “Likes”? The Use of Facebook among Plastic Surgeons and Its Perceived Impact Chang, Jessica B.; Woo, Shoshana L.; Cederna, Paul S. Less

Breast Cancer – Everyday Health Transformations

By Jinesh Shah, MD & Samuel Lin, MD Every year, breast cancer kills half a million women worldwide[1].  In the absence of a known way to prevent breast cancer, an effective method of reducing mortality is through early detection or genetic

Breast Cancer – Everyday Health Transformations

By Jinesh Shah, MD & Samuel Lin, MD Every year, breast cancer kills half a million women worldwide[1].  In the absence of a known way to prevent breast cancer, an effective method of reducing mortality is through early detection or genetic

Tech Talk: Limb Prosthetics

by Jinesh Shah, BS & Samuel Lin, MD FACS Prosthetics have been in use for over 3500 years – Egyptians pioneered the technology and for the next 1000 years, it was mostly used as a means to recover lost aesthetic appearance

Tech Talk: Limb Prosthetics

by Jinesh Shah, BS & Samuel Lin, MD FACS Prosthetics have been in use for over 3500 years – Egyptians pioneered the technology and for the next 1000 years, it was mostly used as a means to recover lost aesthetic appearance

Medical Drones: Beyond Amazon?

by Jinesh Shah, BS, Samuel Lin, MD Civilian drones are beginning to have applications in numerous fields, ranging from delivering shipped goods, to aerial surveillance, mapping topography, disaster relief, and even natural resource exploration. Increasingly, drones are available in different

Medical Drones: Beyond Amazon?

by Jinesh Shah, BS, Samuel Lin, MD Civilian drones are beginning to have applications in numerous fields, ranging from delivering shipped goods, to aerial surveillance, mapping topography, disaster relief, and even natural resource exploration. Increasingly, drones are available in different