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Thu, Nov 13, 2014 9:31am

Minimally Invasive Chest Surgery

By Mathew Thomas, M.D., @MathewThomasMD

Dr. Mathew Thomas of Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, speaks about the use of minimally invasive surgical techniques used in chest surgery. Dr. Thomas highlights that minimally invasive techniques generally reduce pain and the post-operative recover time as compared to open procedures.

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