The southwestern center for minimally invasive surgery

Watson, Mark Jay; Tesfay, Seifu T.
September 2005
Surgical Innovation;Sep2005, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p249
Academic Journal
journal article
Features surgical skills center Southwestern Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery. Facilities that are utilized by the center; Discussion on the education and training that it offers; Technology involved in the operation of the center.


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