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The making of an endoscopic sinus surgeon: Place yourself at the feet of the greats


If you wish to be an an endoscopic sinus surgeon, search for the greats, whose papers you have read, and place yourself at their feet. You may face a lot of bureaucracy, and you may leave your family, staying away of your home, but nothing should change your decision, if you are insisting to learn.


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Monib, A.H. The making of an endoscopic sinus surgeon: Place yourself at the feet of the greats. Egypt J Otolaryngol 30, 182 (2014).

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