A novel method of teaching surgical techniques to residents - Computerized enhanced visual learning (CEVL) with simulation to certify mastery of training: A model using newborn clamp circumcision

Angela Smith, Max Maizels, Ruslan Korets, John S. Wiener, Michael Stiener, Dennis B. Liu, Richard W. Sutherland*

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