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The keyhole or the manhole? What internists need to know about minimally invasive CABG

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Abstract

New alternatives to standard coronary artery bypass surgery reduce the incision size from 30 cm to 8 cm, presenting a less traumatic surgical option for patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery. Two minimally invasive techniques and patient selection criteria are summarized.


 

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