Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, March 16th, 2003
"Although remarkable progress has been made technically, anastomosed vessel occlusion is still a serious complication. Even with technically skilled microsurgeons, anastomosed vessel occlusion occurs because the technique is not the sole prophylaxis against thrombosis in microsurgery." wrote T. Kubo and colleagues, Osaka University, Graduate School of Medicine.
"Therefore, to minimize the possibility of an unfavorable result in microsurgery, microsurgeons must be familiar with management options for a...
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