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Minerva Chirurgica 2000 June;55(6):471-4

language: Italian

Photography methods in general and plastic surgery. Clinical significance and importance in the surgical performance

Palmieri B., Bosio P., Gozzi G.


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The authors outline and emphasize the use of Polaroid technique in the surgical practice, either in emergency room (pre-, intra- and postoperative photography) or in plastic-reconstructive surgery, where informed consent is needed on the basis of surgical plan. Polaroid photos are suitable to be enclosed in the patient record as well as in the legal documentation. The Polaroid Macro-5SLR camera is specifically useful in the medical practice to improve the doctor-patient relationship.

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