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Postgraduate surgical training in India

Ashutosh Tandon

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2010.100


Postgraduate surgical training is supposed to be one of the toughest stages of training in medicine. While there is no doubt that surgical trainees in India get good experience in open surgery during their tenure, consultant surgeons are reluctant to train surgical postgraduate students in laparoscopic surgery.

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