Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Panoramas from Juba!

 It has been fun to be part of the cleft lip thing here in Juba. I feel like I am getting better at doing them. It is a nit-picking sort of operation. A matter of a millimeter here or there makes a big difference. This is very different from my general surgical approach.  In one way the operations is fairly simple, but whole textbooks have been written about how to do it properly.

I am attaching below two links for panorama views. The first is from the top of a mountain near Juba.  The second  is in the courtyard of Juba Teaching Hospital. 


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