Approach to the Difficult Gallbladder and Exit Strategies

 

Presented by L Michael Brunt at the PG Course: Preventing Bile Duct Injuries; Creating a Culture of Safety in Cholecystectomy at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/17/2016


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