Total Surgical Management – Instrumentation, Organization and Set Up

 

Presented by Daniel Jones, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; CBD Stone Post Graduate Course


options–1:35
challenges–1:52
lap equipment–3:24
curriculum–5:18
conclusion–7:11
top 14 procedures every practicing surgeon should know–7:58


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