Inner space: minimally invasive surgery by Craig McBride

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Craig McBride is a paediatric surgeon at Lady Cilento in Brisbane. Here he talks about how we have moved on from the days of maximally invasive surgery when a barber-surgeon was not judged on the neatness of their sutures but on the sharpness of their blade.

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