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Microsurgical Technique for 1mm Vessel End to End Anastomosis

Yelena Akelina, DVM
Columbia University Microsurgery Research and Training Laboratory

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Removed · Posted 3 years ago · reply  

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jayamary theckel · Posted 1 year ago · reply  

Reaiiy educating

jayamary theckel · Posted 1 year ago · reply  

good effort

Keli Kolegraff · Posted 1 year ago · reply  

Excellent resource, thank you for putting this together!

Mansour AlAssiry · Posted 2 years ago · reply  

Very useful , contains all the details of basic microsurgery .

Camille Renee · Posted 4 years ago · reply  

Thank you for this educational video!

elsa pollaci · Posted 1 year ago · reply  

very interesting video ! thank you for sharing

joseph githaiga · Posted 1 year ago · reply  

Excellent teaching

Zaid Madhi · Posted 11 months ago · reply  

very interesting and useful video

Luigino SANTECCHIA M.D. · Posted 3 years ago · reply  

Great job Akelina, this video is really educational and interesting. As soon as I get the chance I will come certainly find in NYC to visit your Microsurgery Lab. Greetings from Rome Sincerely LS

joseph githaiga · Posted 1 year ago · reply  

Excellent teaching

Kimberly Fresh · Posted 2 years ago · reply  

N/A for HSA.

Removed · Posted 4 years ago · reply  

Sir I am the manufacturer of micro clamps since last 7 years l am selling these clamps to many of the surgeons in India as well as foreign. I want to develop one kind of clamp that will decrease a lot of time and skill in suturing. I am working on this project since last 1 year and I am very close to complete it. Please contact me for more guidance to me.


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