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Funding support for this study was provided by The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Vesalius Trust for Visual Communication in the Health Sciences.
Besides de Kok-Mercado and Gailloud, other Johns Hopkins researchers involved in this research were Michael Habib, Ph.D., Tim Phelps, M.A., and Lydia Gregg, M.A.
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