Assessing the validity of the endoscopic shunt insertion trial: did surgical experience affect the results?

Abstract

OBJECT Most surgical procedures are associated with a learning curve in which the success rate is lower early in the experience before mistakes have been identified and modifications made to the procedure. Negative results obtained early in a trial's learning curve may be a matter of timing rather than a reflection of the procedure's effectiveness. The… (More)

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