Innovative surgery's dilemma

Morgenstern, Leon
March 2006
Surgical Innovation;Mar2006, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p73
Academic Journal
journal article
Comments on surgical innovation procedures in the U.S. Advantage of a surgical innovation; Problem with surgical innovations; Means of self-regulation governing surgical innovations.


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