South Africa: Steve Biko Hospital Conducts World's First Ever Middle Ear Transplant

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 14/03/2019
[News24Wire] The Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Tshwane has successfully completed the world's first ever middle ear transplant, using 3D-printed middle ear bones.
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