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man came into the emergency
ward at one o'clock. His thumb came in an hour later. The surgeon's job: get them back together. The successful re-attaching of
fingers to hand requires long hours of painstaking work in microsurgery. In the operating room , the surgeon doesn't stand, but
sits in a chair that supports her body. Her arm is cradled by a pillow. Scalpels are present as are other standard surgical tools,
but the suture threads are almost invisible, the needle thinner than a human hair. And all the surgical activity revolves around the
most important instument, the microscope. The surgeon will spend the next few hours looking through the microscope at broken
blood vessels and nerves and sewing them back together again. The needles are so thin that they have to be held with
needlenosed jeweller's forceps and will sew together nerves that are as wide as the thickness of a penny. To make such a stitch,
the surgeon's hands will move no more than the width of ...
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