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Response to “Lymphatic anatomy and injection sites for indocyanine green lymphography in the posterior thigh”

Published:August 27, 2020DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjps.2020.08.024
      We read the letter entitled “Lymphatic Anatomy and Injection Sites for Indocyanine Green Lymphography in The Posterior Thigh” by Sakai et al.
      • Sakai H.
      • Tsukuura R.
      • Kageyama T.
      • Yamamoto N
      Lymphatic anatomy and injection sites for indocyanine green lymphography in the posterior thigh.
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