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"A penetrating question is often more intellectually stimulating than a ponderous answer."
Alden H. Harken, M.D.
ABERNATHY'S SURGICAL SECRETS
Elsevier Mosby. 2005
Mr Adrian FoxHepatobiliary Surgeon St. Vincents Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Andrew SutherlandColorectal Surgeon, Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia.
Mr Sayed HassenUpper GI Surgeon, Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Richard CadeUpper GI Surgeon, Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Erik KoppertGeneral Surgeon, The Northern Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Patrick MooreGeneral and Bariatric Surgeon, Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Russell GruenTrauma Surgeon, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Tom SweeneyGeneral and Upper GI Surgeon, The Northern Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Trevor McQuillanGeneral Surgeon, The Northern Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Steven FischerGeneral Surgeon, Warrnambool Base Hospital, Victoria, Australia
Mr Darrin Goodall-WilsonGeneral Surgeon, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Mr Boon HongGeneral Surgeon, The Northern Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Dr Sahel HammouriGeneral Surgeon, King Hussein Medical Centre, Amman, Jordan
Dr Josh HargroveConsultant Anaesthetist, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Mr Michael HiiUpper GI Surgeon, Melbourne, Australia
Dr Cheng HeIntern, St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
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