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As seen in the Jan/Feb issue of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, alternatives to interscalene block are emerging for shoulder surgery. What is your opinion on alternatives to interscalene blocks for shoulder surgery? Answer now, and see what your colleagues are saying.
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