A continuing challenge: the training of laparoscopic surgeons

Morgenstern, Leon
September 2005
Surgical Innovation;Sep2005, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p289
Academic Journal
journal article
Comments on challenges facing the training of laparoscopic surgeons. Differences of skills in laparoscopic surgery from open surgery; The effect of changes in the role of students as assistants to surgeons; Obstacles to the development of the laparoscopic surgeon; Observations and suggestions for the future.


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