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Surgery by its very nature is complicated and often difficult or impossible to see internal structures without harming the patient. Illustrations can assist the audience with its understanding of complicated procedures via sequential stages and highlights the technical aspects of the surgery without distractions of the surrounding anatomical structures.

Glaucoma treatment in the dog

Glaucoma Dog

 

Correcting a defect in the skin

Dermal Tube

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DS-Print: new print queue management tool now available

3 December 2021

Print Deploy, the new print queue deployment tool, is now available for Windows devices when using DS-Print. It lets users manage their own print queues, and local IT staff can also target print queues to users. It automatically installs the required print drivers, and supports both the Local and Common Balance, which...

KMS moves to a new server

3 December 2021

The University's Microsoft Key Management Services (KMS) has moved to a new server. KMS enables activation of Windows operating systems and Office products purchased through the University's volume licensing agreement. We will shortly be retiring the ‘csx’ namespace, so the server has changed from kms.csx.private.cam.ac.uk...

Moodle offline for upgrade during 06:00–12:00 on Tuesday 11 January

1 December 2021

Moodle, the University’s virtual learning environment, will be unavailable from 06:00 to 12:00 on Tuesday 11 January while we upgrade it to version 3.9. The upgrade will introduce several improvements and new features, including: improved forum interface with in-page replies and private reply option CRSids will be visible...