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Comment on ‘Inserting the etonogestrel contraceptive implant’
  1. Ken Menon, FFSRH, FRCS
  1. General Practitioner, The Ongar Surgery, Ongar, UK; kenmenon@aol.com

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Martyn Walling's letter1 about insertion of Nexplanon® describes a technique that is at some variance with the method recommended by the manufacturer of the implant.

I believe that there is merit in depositing local anaesthetic under skin as a tunnel, as this step helps …

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