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Surgical training in India − a long and winding road

Srinivasan Rajappa, P G Menon

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2010.046


Abstract

Recent advances in the field of medicine in general and surgical specialties in particular have been mindboggling. These have greatly improved the care of patients. Problems which were initially incurable are beginning to be solved.

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