There are 2 ways to learn surgery. The first is to listen to your teacher and to follow his steps. The second is to do what the rest of the world has been doing, and to try it on your soil. Both ways are important for perfection. Although no teacher means no knowledge, no global view means that you end up isolated, regardless of how skillful you are.
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Published online: September 24, 2010
Accepted: August 6, 2010
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