Published in Medical Device Business Week, December 17th, 2008
"This clinically orientated cadaveric study was conducted to explain this discrepancy, to reveal possible reasons for the low thoracoscopic detection rate, and to define anatomic structures as possible landmarks of KNs. Video-assisted thoracoscopy was performed in 33 thoracic cavities of fresh human cadavers within 48 hours postmortem, followed by anatomic dissection of the first intercostal space. Kuntz's nerves...
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