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surgery using operating microscopes and miniaturized precision instruments to perform intricate procedures on very small structures

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Increasingly, microsurgeons are using vein grafts to provide tension-free repairs in the setting of segmental loss due to a large zone of injury.
Skinny jeans cause a painful disorder called meralgia paresthetica, according to a microsurgeon at (http://www.gbmc.org/) the Greater Baltimore Medical Center .
Sudhakar Krishnamurti, internationally renowned andrologist, microsurgeon and sexual medicine expert, and Director of Andromeda Andrology Center, Hyderabad, India's first andrology center, is the only sexual health expert from the regions of South and Central Asia to have been appointed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to an esoteric committee of international experts in the fields of reproductive and sexual health and research.
The fingers were surgically restored by a team of doctors led by microsurgeon Dr Vipul Sud assisted by an anaesthesia team headed by Dr Pavan Gurha at the Batra Hospital.
The boy's father, Jidong Lou, said one of the first things he did after the jury read out its verdict Thursday morning was to begin searching for a good microsurgeon who specializes in hands.
Ricks performed the outpatient surgery on my nose, but he referred me to a microsurgeon in St.
The microsurgeon pushes down on the cornea, creating pressure and slicing a thin flap on the eye, which you don't feel.
But Australian microsurgeon Professor Earl Owen, part of the international team which carried out the operation in 1998, said Mr Hallam had failed to take anti- rejection drugs.
Epididymal bypass "must always be performed by an experienced microsurgeon," he said.
An international team, led by Australian microsurgeon Earl Owen, MD, performed the world's second hand transplant on September 23, 1998 (the first attempt, done in Ecuador in 1964, failed almost immediately).
Through the efforts of several innovative contributors, many different flap sites have been added to the armamentarium of the reconstructive microsurgeon.
In animal studies, a team led by Stanford microsurgeon Geoffrey Gurtner, MD, used a poloxamer gel and bioadhesive rather than a needle and thread to join together blood vessels, a procedure called vascular anastomosis.
Worrie and Less Moody, proctologists Ben Dover and Seymour Butts, emergency ward technician Sue Cher, microsurgeon Lance Boyle, plastic surgeon Luke Younger, infectious disease consultant Penny Sillen, and X-ray technician Ray D.
Microsurgeon Professor Earl Owen, part of the original transplant team, said that the hand was removed in a short operation at an undisclosed London hospital on Friday night.