Correspondence and communication| Volume 65, ISSUE 5, e136-e137, May 2012

Innovations in plastic surgery using cheap readily available materials in a resource poor environment – From CoRSU Uganda

Published:December 29, 2011DOI:
      Surgical practice in an environment where access to both conventional material resources and financial support are limited often provides motivation to improvise with locally available materials.
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