Published in Physician Law Weekly, September 27th, 2006
Investigators in Wales conducted a study "to investigate the use of subjective measures to assist the surgeon in patient selection for septal surgery. This was a prospective, observational study, approved by local ethics committee, and conducted in the ENT outpatient department, University Hospital of Wales."
J.M. Boyce and colleagues, Cardiff University, wrote, "Forty-six participants on the waiting list for septal surgery for nasal obstruction were included. Main outcome measures were measurement...
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