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Follow Dr. Paul Massimiano, MD, a thoracic and cardiac surgeon, through a day in his life at Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center in Silver Spring, Maryland USA. ABOUT DR. MASSIMIANO Paul Massimiano, MD, is board certified in Cardiothoracic Surgery and Surgery, and is a cardiac surgeon with Adventist Medical Group. He has a distinguished career in cardiac surgery spanning more than 30 years. Dr. Massimiano earned his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at National Naval Medical Center and did further cardiac surgery training through fellowships at Yale New-Haven Hospital and St. Vincent Heart Institute. Dr. Massimiano is the medical director of Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery at Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center. SCHEDULE APPOINTMENT 🤍
Addenbrooke’s and Royal Papworth hospitals are two of the country’s leading centres of medical excellence, and they are situated just metres apart on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, the largest centre of medical research and health science in Europe. Over the past 100 years, approximately 50 Nobel Prize winners in chemistry, physiology or medicine have been associated with Cambridge and, while many of the 40 thousand operations carried out here each year are routine, some are so unusual and complex that only surgeons at the top of their game can perform them. This episode focuses on two operations that push their skills and stamina to the limit. At Royal Papworth, senior consultant thoracic surgeon Aman Coonar calls on the skills of Addenbrooke’s plastic surgeon Charles Malata to undertake a chest wall reconstruction - a complex procedure that is scheduled to last at least 12 hours. Their patient is a former builder, 59-year-old Kevin, who has been suffering for 15 years since having a cancerous lung removed. The cancer was cured, but the cavity left in his chest has never healed, and Kevin has had to live with an open hole in his back. At Addenbrooke’s hospital, another marathon operation also requires the skills of two different specialties - Richard Mannion, one of the hospital’s leading neurosurgeons, and consultant ENT surgeon Patrick Axon. Their patient, 47-year-old father of four Gulraiz, has a rare type of tumour called an acoustic neuroma growing at the back of his brain on the hearing nerve. The tumour is growing so fast it is pressing on Gulraiz’s brain stem and affecting his ability to walk and speak. If it is not removed soon, he will die.
Gun Shot Wound: A Trauma Surgeon's Grim Reality | ENDEVR Documentary Watch 'Family Arsenal: Gun Culture in the USA' here: 🤍 Gun Shot Wound takes a hard look at routine gun violence in America through the eyes of its trauma surgeons. The film examines the crisis through a public health lens and highlights hospital-based violence intervention programs designed to combat the epidemic. Every day in the United States, an average of 318 people are shot—about 116,000 victims each year. Most aren’t involved in mass shootings; instead, they’re caught in the web of routine, almost invisible, gun violence. More than 35,000 of these victims will die from their wounds. Dr. Amy Goldberg leads the team that treats more than 500 gunshot victims each year. In 2019, someone was shot every 6 1⁄2 hours in Philadelphia, where she works. We follow Dr. Goldberg on a busy Friday evening in the trauma center. In the space of 12 hours, she’ll treat three gunshot victims and perform emergency life-saving surgery on one of them. And since 80% of gunshot victims survive in Philadelphia, Gun Shot Wound gives an authentic look at the daunting process of rehab and often permanent disability. Meanwhile, Dr. Joseph Sakran shares his day-to-day experience treating gunshot victims in Baltimore and introduces viewers to Brandon Fisher. Brandon arrived at the trauma bay nearly dead with 13 bullet wounds and injuries in almost every cavity in his body. It took a multi-disciplinary team of surgeons and more than 15 surgeries for Brandon to recover. Gun Shot Wound shows what really happens when someone gets shot and highlights how physicians and hospitals are not just treating patients, but going above and beyond to prevent gun violence. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe to ENDEVR for free: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #FreeDocumentary #ENDEVR #gunculture ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ENDEVR explains the world we live in through high-class documentaries, special investigations, explainer videos, and animations. We cover topics related to business, economics, geopolitics, social issues, and everything in between that we think are interesting.
They’re philosophers, storytellers and pioneers in their fields. Four surgeons reflect on their lives and professions in this inspiring docuseries. Watch The Surgeon’s Cut, only on Netflix December 9th. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with over 195 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. The Surgeon's Cut | Official Trailer | Netflix 🤍
The groundbreaking series concludes with the extraordinary stories of clinical trials being carried out at the surgical unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. Surgeons allow the cameras to follow as they venture into uncharted territory, performing new kinds of surgery on human subjects for the very first time. Tracking three clinical trials at the vanguard of medicine, the programme asks what it is like to take part in this kind of experimental treatment, for both surgeons and patients. For all involved, the stakes could not be higher. The surgeons relish the intellectual challenge and the thrill of pushing science forwards - but they know that reputations and self-belief are on the line. For the patients, there is the desire to benefit from potentially lifesaving new techniques and treatments - but also the risk of unpredictable adverse reactions that could even be life-threatening. As one surgeon says, 'Clinical trials wouldn't be possible if there weren't patients who were brave enough to take part and put their health and lives on the line. So we have a duty to make the trial as safe as we can.' Many clinical trials target the nation's most acute health issues. With deaths from liver disease soaring by 40 per cent in a decade, more and more patients are waiting for vital liver transplants. There is a shortage of organ donors and many donated organs are rejected as only those in excellent condition are considered suitable for a transplant procedure. Surgeons Richard Laing and Thamara Perera are part of a team at QEHB trialling a revolutionary way to tackle this crisis, by maximising the number of donor organs that can be safely re-used. The film follows the trial every step of the way, as Richard receives a donor liver that would usually be rejected and tries to prove it is viable for transplant by rejuvenating and testing it on a perfusion machine. This machine sustains the liver by mimicking the supply of blood, oxygen and nutrients an organ receives inside a live, healthy human body. Once the donor liver has proved itself fit for transplant, the surgical team start to remove grandmother Connie O'Driscoll's severely diseased liver. Once the donor liver has been disconnected from the perfusion machine, they have just 20 minutes to place it in Connie's body and plumb it into the complex and delicate network of hepatic blood vessels.
This is how to become a surgeon, including the various types of surgical sub-specialties. In this So You Want to Be series, we'll cover various types of doctors and healthcare specialists and help you decide which career is best for you. ✒️ Accompanying Blog Post: 🤍 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter - 🤍 🌍 Website & blog - 🤍 📸 Instagram - 🤍 🐦 Twitter - 🤍 🗣️ Facebook - 🤍 🎥 My Youtube Gear: 🤍 🎵My Study Playlist: 🤍 🎶 Music from Epidemic Sound: 🤍 TIME STAMPS: 00:54 - The History of Surgery 02:53 - Types of Surgeons (Subspecialties) 03:02 - General Surgery 03:42 - Surgical Subspecialties 05:45 - The “Non-Surgical” Surgical Specialties 06:20 - Should You Be a Surgeon? LINKS FROM VIDEO: Day in the Life Series: 🤍 An Anatomy of Addiction Book: 🤍 David Hindin's Channel: 🤍 #medicalschool #soyouwanttobe #premed WEBSITE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 Disclaimer: Content of this video is my opinion and does not constitute medical advice. The content and associated links provide general information for general educational purposes only. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. and Med School Insiders LLC will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death. May include affiliate links to Amazon. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn a commission on qualifying purchases made through them (at no extra cost to you).
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So you want to be a general surgeon. You like the idea of being the generalist of the operating room, having the knowledge and skills for a wide range of surgical interventions. Or maybe it's just a stepping stone for you to get to the subspecialization you're after. Let's debunk the public perception myths, and give it to you straight. This is the reality of general surgery. ✒️ Accompanying Blog Post: 🤍 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter - 🤍 🌍 Website & blog - 🤍 📸 Instagram - 🤍 🐦 Twitter - 🤍 🗣️ Facebook - 🤍 🎥 My Youtube Gear: 🤍 👀 Hand Picked Productivity Tools: 🤍 🎵My Study Playlist: 🤍 TIME STAMPS: 00:00 Introduction 00:49 What is General Surgery? 2:58 How to Become a General Surgeon 05:03 Subspecialties within General Surgery 6:18 Trauma & Critical Care Surgery 7:08 Pediatric Surgery 7:45 Breast Surgery 08:03 Vascular Surgery 08:19 Endocrine Surgery 08:39 Transplant Surgery 09:13 Surgical Oncology 09:33 Minimally Invasive Surgery 10:01 What You'll Love About General Surgery 10:43 What You Won't Love About General Surgery 11:22 Should You Become a General Surgeon? LINKS FROM VIDEO: David Hindin, M.D.: 🤍 So You Want to Be Playlist: 🤍 My Other Channel: 🤍 #soyouwanttobe #generalsurgery #premed Disclaimer: Content of this video is my opinion and does not constitute medical advice. The content and associated links provide general information for general educational purposes only. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. and Med School Insiders LLC will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death. May include affiliate links to Amazon. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn a commission on qualifying purchases made through them (at no extra cost to you).
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Unless you’ve completed medical school and are a doctor yourself, you probably believe various stereotypes across surgical specialties and have a distorted perception of the personality types of surgeons. Some stereotypes are true, but most aren’t. This is the truth about each specialty. Why I Chose Plastic Surgery: 🤍 00:53 Neurosurgeons 02:53 Orthopedic Surgeons 03:47 Plastic Surgeons 05:05 Urologists 05:16 Ob/Gyn 06:25 General Surgeons = Connect with me! WEBSITE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 AMAZON STORE: 🤍 = May include affiliate links to Amazon. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn a commission on qualifying purchases made through them (at no extra cost to you). Disclaimer: Content of this video is my opinion and does not constitute medical advice. The content and associated links provide general information for general educational purposes only. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. and Med School Insiders LLC will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.
Ian was first diagnosed with testicular cancer aged 23. Then aged 71, Ian was diagnosed with retroperitoneal sarcoma; rare cancer growing in the back of the abdomen. Surgeons are attempting to remove the tumour, which weighs 7.5kg. #SuperSurgeons Watch all episodes now on All 4. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 About #4Docs: Welcome to Channel 4 Documentaries. Here you’ll find cutting-edge factual content from our award-winning 24 Hours in A&E to Dispatches and provocative and empowering original true stories. We pride ourselves on landmark, ground-breaking stories which reflect the diverse experiences and challenges we're all facing across the length and breadth of the UK (and beyond). Watch the True Crime: Unravelled playlist here: 🤍 Watch the True Crime playlist here: 🤍 Watch the 24 Hours in Police Custody playlist here: 🤍 Watch the 24 Hours In A&E playlist here: 🤍 Watch the Geordie Hospital playlist here: 🤍 Watch the True Stories playlist here: 🤍 Watch the How To Get Rich playlist here: 🤍 Watch the My Body, My Rules playlist here: 🤍 Watch the Murder Island playlist here: 🤍 Watch the Secret Services playlist here: 🤍 📺 👉WATCH MORE ON #All4: 🤍
Cambridge is home to two of the country’s most groundbreaking hospitals - Addenbrooke’s and Royal Papworth, where surgeons take on some of the most challenging medical cases in the UK. In this second episode, Addenbrooke’s neurosurgeon Rod Laing performs what is probably the most difficult spinal operation there is; removing a slipped disc deep in the spine that is pressing on the spinal cord and threatening the patient with paralysis. His patient, 65-year-old psychologist Colin, started having problems walking and was eventually diagnosed with a slipped disc in the thoracic or middle part of the spine. Colin discovered that if nothing was done, he could eventually become paralysed from the waist down and lose control over his bladder and bowel function. He also found that most surgeons refused to do the operation to remove the disc because of the high risk of paralysis during the procedure. His salvation came in the form of Rod Laing, who was prepared to take on the case. The operation is so challenging because to reach the slipped thoracic disc, Rod must enter through the side of the chest and work his way deep into the body, avoiding important nerves and blood vessels as he makes his way to the spine. The hole that Rod must operate down is probably one of the deepest there are in surgery, with the instruments just long enough to reach the site of the disc. And when Rod reaches the disc, the risks are at their highest, as it is pressing against the spinal cord. He must remove it millimetre by millimetre without disturbing the cord, or else he risks paralysing Colin. At Royal Papworth, consultant cardiothoracic surgeon Narain Moorjani is also operating at the edge of what is possible. His patient Gertrude is an active and vibrant 80-year-old who needs surgery on three of the four valves in her heart. An irregular heartbeat has caused two of these valves to become defective, so her heart does not pump enough blood around her body. Without the operation, her heart will fail, and Gertrude, who says she still feels 30 years old, does not want to sit around waiting for her life to end. To operate on the valves, Narain needs to put Gertrude on heart bypass and stop her heart. The bypass machine will take over the job of circulating and oxygenating Gertrude’s blood. But with a patient as old as Gertrude, being on bypass is a great strain on the body, so Narain needs to work swiftly and with precision. Two of Gertrude’s valves need to be repaired, so Narain needs to call on all his technical skills to carefully stitch flexible rings into the tissue around the valves to strengthen them. But the aortic valve, which controls how blood is pumped around the body, is so damaged it needs to be completely replaced with an artificial valve that must sit tightly against the heart. Even if Narain can safely do the repairs, the biggest challenge for Gertrude will be coming off bypass, when her heart must take back the demanding job of pumping blood around her entire body.
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Get a first hand look at what a normal day looks like for Dr. Vaccaro, spine surgeon, father of 5, and President of Rothman Orthopaedic Institute in Philadelphia. Join Dr. Vaccaro for a 24-hour day, from meetings to surgery to dinner at home with the family. Alexander R. Vaccaro, M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A., Spine Surgeon and President of Rothman Orthopaedics. To make an appointment, please visit rothmanortho.com Follow along 🤍rothmanortho on social. _ Timestamps: 0:15 - Early Morning - Workout - Checking emails - Meetings with Rothman Orthopaedics CEO, Mike West, and research team - Office hours with patients in Center City, Philadelphia 3:42 - Mid Morning - Travel to Bensalem, PA for spine surgery - Dr. Vaccaro in the operating room. Today's cases include scoliosis and revision surgeries, all before 1:30 PM. 5:25 - Afternoon - Lunch meeting with chief residents and fellows - Back to the home office for a virtual finance meeting 6:43 - Evening - Playtime with the kids - Family dinner
The film shows the challenge of taking care of people with long-term conditions, a job only likely to get tougher with an ageing population. Subscribe to Our Stories: 🤍 A landmark eight-part series, filmed on a single day in Britain's National Health Service. 100 camera crews filming across the country capture the extraordinary breadth of demands placed on the country's biggest institution on just one day at a critical time in its history. On this day, 1,300 of us will die, 2,000 will be born and one and a half million of us will be treated. With nothing off limits and every possible human emotion on display, the series provokes profound questions about what the NHS does now and what is expected of it in the future. In this episode, Agnes and Rose are in hospital in London to have brain surgery to help control their tremors, which has a dramatic and immediate impact. In Blackpool, Terry, a patient in a psychiatric unit, is taken on a day trip to the zoo to help assess whether he's well enough to return to the community. We meet some of the 130 chemotherapy patients that are treated at a Manchester Cancer Unit on any one day and follow Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, just six weeks into the job, being given a tour of a new cancer centre in London. This film was first broadcast: 23 Apr 2013 Watch More Documentaries Our Life - 🤍 Our History - 🤍 Our World - 🤍 Our Stories - 🤍 Welcome to Our Stories, the new home on YouTube for inspiring human stories that give us an insight into real people and real lives. Our exciting range of fly-on-the-wall style documentaries and special access reality programmes will give you an inside look into the everyday lives of people; exploring what life is like for those working in education, healthcare, policing and many others! Content distributed by ITV Studios.
The major trauma team in Addenbrooke's are up against the clock to treat some of the country's most critically injured patients. Chef Adrian is rushed to hospital in the early hours of the morning after crashing his motorbike at high speed, trapping his arm between the crash barrier and impaling his abdomen with a piece of metal. Having lost a third of his circulating blood, Adrian is in a critical condition when he arrives in the trauma department’s resus bay with potential internal haemorrhaging along with the threat of losing a limb. Led by Dr Mariam Imam, a specialist major trauma team rapidly assembles to assess the external damage before Adrian is sent to CT to see if the metal has pierced any vital organs. The scan very quickly rules this out, so all attention turns to his arm and hand, which are so badly mangled that his hand is potentially beyond repair. Emergency surgeons assess the arm and rush Adrian to theatre so that consultant plastic and hand surgeon Alex Reid can explore the extent of the damage. After determining that there is decent blood supply to the hand, Adrian’s limb is stabilised until he can undergo further surgery. Forty-eight hours later, Adrian is brought back to theatre with consultant plastic and hand surgeon Ian Grant. He and his surgical colleagues must decide whether they can save Adrian's hand. Back in the emergency department, the major trauma team prepare for the arrival of another injured patient, a 25-year-old man transferred to Addenbrooke's from hospital in Colchester. Cawley has been assaulted and after hitting his head on the pavement has a life-threatening bleed on the brain. Having been assessed at Colchester, Cawley was put in an induced coma to control the build-up of pressure within his brain and then transferred to Addenbrooke's, which has the trauma specialists he needs for treatment. At Addenbrooke's, the on-call neurosurgical team, with consultant Angelos Kolias and senior registrar Harry Bulstrode, are on standby to perform an emergency craniotomy to remove the build-up of blood within Cawley’s brain. Back down in resus, the red phone alerts the team of another incoming patient who has been involved in a head-on car accident. Thirty nine-year-old Sarah has been significantly injured in a high-impact collision which has left her with a broken leg and fractured c-spine. If Sarah doesn’t receive emergency care, the spine fracture could become dislodged and sever the spinal cord, leaving her paralysed from the neck down. With an injury threatening the spinal cord, Dr Sarah Hazelman and a team of trauma doctors immediately arrange for a CT scan to assess the severity of the fracture. After seeing that the fracture is stable, priorities rapidly switch when the scan picks up that a shard of bone from her broken leg is pressing on an artery, which could lead to severe complications and the loss of Sarah's foot if the blood flow is not quickly restored. On-call trauma and orthopaedic surgeon Hassan Fawi has to act rapidly to reset Sarah's leg and restore the flow of blood. Only then can the attention return to the fractured neck, which needs to be kept stable. Two days after the accident, consultant orthopaedic spinal surgeon Doug Hay has to carefully rebuild the broken vertebrae in Sarah's neck using a small piece of bone from her hip along with a titanium plate to secure the join. Without the operation, Sarah could become paralysed, but there is also a risk of causing permanent damage to the spinal cord during the operation itself.
Addenbrooke’s and Royal Papworth hospitals in Cambridge are renowned for carrying out some of the most challenging operations in the country. At both centres, surgeons undertake procedures where their technical skills are crucial because even the smallest slip of the blade could result in disaster. Addenbrooke’s head and neck surgeon Ekpemi Irune takes on a challenging case where a cancerous tumour in the face and neck is growing so fast, it’s threatening her patient’s life. It’s such an aggressive tumour that Chris, a 60-year-old retired gardener, must have surgery as soon as possible. But removing this large tumour will mean a team of plastic surgeons need to do a complex reconstruction of the face and neck. Meanwhile, at Royal Papworth, consultant surgeon Ravi De Silva also has a patient with a life-threatening illness. 33-year-old Verity has a genetic condition called Turner syndrome, which has caused her aorta to become enlarged and in danger of fatally rupturing. Ravi needs to replace a diseased section of the aorta with a synthetic one. But he wants to try and save her aortic valve rather than put in a mechanical one that would require Verity to be on blood thinners the rest of her life. But this means a much more complex procedure.
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Surgeons are masters of their craft, using their hands and tools to cure ailments with immediacy. But to be proficient in the operating room, a high degree of dexterity is required. Here's how to get there. You should care about improving your surgical dexterity not only because it'll make you a better future surgeon, but for several other reasons. You'll impress your seniors, which translates to stronger letters of recommendation, you'll have more fun in the operating room, and you'll be allowed to do more things beyond just retracting, which is the fate of many medical students. The mindset to surgical proficiency is one focusing on finding joy in the process. If you're able to find the practice of suturing or not tying fun, you'll accelerate your progress rapidly. In terms of step wise progression, you'll first have to get good at retracting. Then focus on knot tying, learning not just different techniques, but also being able to swap the roles of your dominant and non-dominant hands. And finally, suturing will be the most complex technique you'll be regularly allowed to perform as a medical student. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter - 🤍 🌍 Website & blog - 🤍 📸 Instagram - 🤍 🐦 Twitter - 🤍 🗣️ Facebook - 🤍 🎥 My Youtube Gear: 🤍 👀 Hand Picked Productivity Tools: 🤍 🎵My Study Playlist: 🤍 TIME STAMPS: 00:00 Introduction 00:14 Why You Should Care About Improving Dexterity 01:39 Mindset to Surgical Proficiency 03:09 Technical Practice for the Operating Room 03:14 Retracting 03:37 Knot Tying 05:58 Suturing 07:15 Squeezing Out Additional Dexterity LINKS FROM VIDEO: Knot tying kit: 🤍 Suturing practice kit: 🤍 Needle driver: 🤍 How to Palm a Needle Driver: 🤍 How to Improve Surgical Dexterity: 🤍 #medicalschool #surgery #premed Disclaimer: Content of this video is my opinion and does not constitute medical advice. The content and associated links provide general information for general educational purposes only. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. and Med School Insiders LLC will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death. May include affiliate links to Amazon. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn a commission on qualifying purchases made through them (at no extra cost to you).
Dr. Leonard Lee, Cardiac Surgeon, breaks down surgeries from movies and TV, including 'Doctor Strange,' 'Trainwreck,' 'Seinfeld,' 'The Good Doctor,' and 'Spies Like Us.' 00:00 - Intro 00:37 - 'Doctor Strange' 03:45 - 'Trainwreck' 06:00 - 'Seinfeld' 07:59 - 'The Good Doctor' 10:03 - 'Spies Like Us' Still haven’t subscribed to GQ on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Subscribe to GQ magazine and get rare swag: 🤍 ABOUT GQ For more than 50 years, GQ has been the premier men’s magazine, providing definitive coverage of style, culture, politics and more. In that tradition, GQ’s video channel covers every part of a man’s life, from entertainment and sports to fashion and grooming advice. So join celebrities from 2 Chainz, Stephen Curry and Channing Tatum to Amy Schumer, Kendall Jenner and Kate Upton for a look at the best in pop culture. Welcome to the modern man’s guide to style advice, dating tips, celebrity videos, music, sports and more. 🤍 Cardiac Surgeon Breaks Down Surgeries From Movies & TV | GQ
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