An Internet-based utility assessment of breast hypertrophy.

  title={An Internet-based utility assessment of breast hypertrophy.},
  author={William T Chang and Eric D. Collins and Carolyn L. Kerrigan},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  volume={108 2},
The Internet has changed the way people shop, do business, and communicate with one another. Even those who try to avoid computers are bombarded with Web advertisements on television and in newspapers and magazines. The Internet also has excellent, but still largely underused, potential for conducting research studies. A Web-based questionnaire essentially combines the power and graphic flexibility of a computer with the freedom of a mail survey. The specific goals of this study were (1) to… CONTINUE READING
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