This cohort study examines the association of insurance expansion in Massachusetts with the rate of surgical procedures for thyroid cancer.
This study evaluates the effect of nativity status on clinical outcomes among Hispanic patients with breast cancer.
This review summarizes the field of oncologic anthropology—a transdisciplinary field of research on the racial/ethnic variations in cancer—and discusses breast cancer in white American, African American, and African women.
This study of inpatient data from California and New York evaluates whether mandated physician-patient communication is associated with racial/ethnic disparities in immediate postmastectomy breast reconstruction among women undergoing mastectomy.
This cohort study uses data from the ACS NSQIP database to examine trends and prognostic implications of postoperative myocardial infarction among patients undergoing high-risk vascular operations.
This cohort study uses the 2007-2010 American College of Surgeons NSQIP Participant Use File to examine the association between frailty and perioperative morbidity in patients undergoing ambulatory surgery.
This study analyzes the undertriage of patients with firearm-related injuries to facilities without specialized trauma units in Cook County, Illinois.
This study uses data from a statewide clinical registry to identify factors associated with achieving a body mass index of less than 30 in patients who have undergone bariatric surgery.
This study identifies procedures and patient factors associated with increased rates of readmission from the ACS NSQIP-P database.
This cohort study examines satisfaction and quality-of life in women who undergo fat grafting for breast reconstruction after mastectomy.
In this proof-of-concept pilot study, a wireless, patient-centered outcomes monitoring program was conducted before and after major abdominal cancer surgery.
This cohort study analyzes state and nationwide temporal trends in vena cava filter placement and pulmonary embolism occurrence in patients with traumatic injury from 2003 to 2015.
This cohort study identifies patients with breast cancer and a pathologic complete response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy with a low risk for axillary metastases and possibly eligible for omission of surgery.
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