Microsurgery Study

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We recruited $n=21$ medical students per an approved IRB protocol to participate in a longitudinal study regarding the relationship of sympathetic arousal and skill in learning micro-surgical tasks. The subjects had to pay five visits, lasting one hour each, in order to practice micro-surgical cutting and suturing in an inanimate simulator. In their first visit, and after signing an informed conse...

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