A method that deals with the presence of hair in animals used for research
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CitationAydoğdu, E., Akan, M., Avcı, G. ve Aköz, T. (2004). A method that deals with the presence of hair in animals used for research. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 114(6), s. 1691-1692.
Training for microsurgery requires long-term education. Rats, rabbits, and pigs are frequently used as experimental animals in microsurgical studies. The care, preparation, and postoperative follow-up of such animals involve a lot of difficulties. In performing a microvascular procedure, technical ability is especially important. The factors affecting the potency of an anastomosis fall into four broad categories: technical factors, flow factors, coagulation factors, and spasm. Since you have some control over the technical factors, they are of particular interest. The importance of technical perfection cannot be overemphasized.
SourcePlastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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