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A low-fidelity, high-functionality, inexpensive ultrasound-guided nerve block model

  • Daniel Micheller (a1), Matthew J. Chapman (a2), Michael Cover (a1), Jonathan D. Porath (a2), Nik Theyyunni (a1), Ross Kessler (a1) and Robert Huang (a1)...
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Correspondence to: Dr. Daniel Micheller, 1500 E. Medical Center Drive, B1-380 Taubman Health Care Center, SPC 5305, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5305; Email: Danmiche@med.umich.edu

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