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Microsurgery at Sydney University

End to side microvascular anastomosis. Sydney University offers a fantastic microsurgical course which is invaluable for junior trainees to develop the required techniques to perform such delicate and rewarding surgery. Microsurgery has run for many years under the experienced guidance of Prof. Graham Gumley – Head of Hand Surgery at the Australian School of Advanced Medicine, Macquarie University.

Class may be on hold, but you have lots to look forward to!





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