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Published on Jan 11, 2010
Fernando Sor: Study in B minor, Opus 35, No. 22
To me, operating on a patient is much like giving a classical guitar performance: It demands skill, control and a sense of what the music wants to convey. Each note (surgical movement) counts and the careful linking of notes (flow of surgery) without interruption, the legato in musical parlance, is the glue (stitches) that reflects the beauty of the piece (surgical result). The performer (surgeon) can deliver only if he is in total control of his inner tensions so as not to transmit them to his fingertips.
Performed by Maher Anous MD - Plastic Surgeon in Seattle, WA (Kirkland) (425) 576-8120