David G Wilson
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Anesthesia: general - overview
Anesthesia: premedication - overview
Anesthesia: regional - head
Anesthesia: standing chemical restraint
Ethmoid: hematoma - chemical ablation
Infraorbital nerve: perineural anesthesia
Nasolacrimal duct: obstruction - acquired
Orbit: fracture repair
Orbit: retrobulbar abscess
Paranasal sinus: bone flap technique
Paranasal sinus: bone flap technique - standing surgery
Paranasal sinus: cyst
Paranasal sinus: lavage
Paranasal sinus: percutaneous centesis
Paranasal sinus: sinuscopy
Paranasal sinuses: bacterial sinusitis
Respiratory: exploratory surgery
Surgery: suture materials - types
Surgery: suture patterns - basic patterns
Therapeutics: anti-inflammatory drugs
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