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This cohort study used UNOS data to assess outcomes for patients with benign solid liver tumors undergoing orthotopic liver transplantation.
This cohort study uses VA data to compare 30-day postoperative mortality among healthy vs HIV patients undergoing surgery.
This cohort study of patients with open fractures characterizes associations between time to irrigation and debridement and infectious complications.
The study used mortality data from hospital databases and a modified Delphi procedure to develop a list of surgical procedures that are high risk for older adults.
This animal model study used 4 injury mechanisms to compare rates of hemorrhagic shock in rats as a model of noncompressible torso trauma.
Interview with Timo W. Hakkarainen, MD, MS, author of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs and the Risk for Anastomotic Failure: A Report From Washington State’s Surgical Care and Outcomes Assessment Program (SCOAP)
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Intraoperative Laparoscopic Findings and Principles of Treatment
Intraoperative laparoscopic findings and principles of treatment in the present patient with colicky pain of the upper abdomen.
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February 25, 2014
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A 73-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with 2 days of crampy abdominal pain and obstipation and 2 months of fecaluria and pneumaturia.
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During 2015, we are soliciting manuscripts on surgical delivery in under-resourced settings. The editorial board has selected this topic as our year-long theme. We are interested in papers that focus on strategies for providing surgical care in resource-poor settings and on methods for expanding capacity, improving delivery, and reducing the global surgical burden of disease. Additionally, we are interested in papers that address the ethics of global surgical care. Accepted manuscripts will be given priority publication. Please indicate in your cover letter that your manuscript is to be considered for this theme.
JAMA Surgery is the official publication for the Association of VA Surgeons and the Pacific Coast Surgical Association. Each year, the journal publishes issues dedicated to the annual meetings of these two societies.
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