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Scott R. Steele
Chairman, Department of Colorectal Surgery, ; MBA ; ; ; ; ;
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@ACPGBI 18h
Welcome everyone to 1st Virtual Meeting which premieres today Theme is TIME – Thoughtful Inspiring Motivational Exciting - of our time, your time, looking beyond our times… Thank you for joining us!
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@ACPGBI 13h
Many congratulations to who has won this year's Prize.👏
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DCRjournal Jul 4
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Conor Delaney Jul 3
Join with as we discuss & and other causes, evaluation and treatment with medication, pacing, per-oral pyloromytomy and research
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Colorectal Disease Jul 3
ELAPE for after neoadjuvant chemoradiation. BMI 30. Patient otherwise fit. How do you close the defect?
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Sean Langenfeld Jul 3
Well, my brief monopoly on low-fidelity anorectal surgery simulators has ended. brought his own product to the ultra-competitive anorectal simulation market. My investors are nervous! This is like Apple vs Microsoft....
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Scott R. Steele Jul 3
following anterior resection your patient has an initial 4 pt drop in hgb to 7.3. They are now pod5, hemodynamically stable but with an ileus. CT as shown with large hematoma. Wbc 9. How do you proceed.
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BehindTheKnife Jul 2
Check out our latest podcast with Dr. David Nott, who has volunteered on a yearly basis to serve in war zones worldwide. He just released an inspiring book and we talk to him about the surgical, emotional, and ethical challenges he faced on a daily basis. Big thanks to
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Scott R. Steele Jul 2
Thank you Jim Fleshman for a great volume on and
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Lauren Smrdel Jul 1
Tune in to Cleveland Clinic’s on July 10th to hear and Dr. Kristina Shaffer discuss management of a lymph node positive axilla for breast cancer. pwd is surgerylive
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Hadley Wood Jul 1
What kind of world are we living in where we are closing and reducing school for children and not closing bars?
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Scott R. Steele Jul 1
consult with tips on performing the ideal ileocolonic anastomosis
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Scott R. Steele Jun 30
Do you perform lateral lymph node dissection for rectal cancer?
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Jonathan Abelson Jun 29
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Scott R. Steele Jun 29
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Scott R. Steele Jun 28
Tune in to on July 8 to hear , , , and discuss the latest updates on and Endoscopy. PLUS Diagnostic and Management Dilemmas: Med-Surgery tips and tricks. Register at
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Conor Delaney Jun 27
Join with Surgical Operations Chair as we discuss -19 changes to patient care – reopening surgery safely and and how medical care will be affected by the pandemic
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Vahagn Nikolian Jun 26
Fresh start to the academic year. Excited to welcome interns to the wards and ORs. The Intern Survival guide covers a variety of topics in case based podcasts. Check it out here or any streaming service, search “intern”
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Cleveland Clinic General Surgery Residency Program Jun 26
Bittersweet to say goodbye to this phenomenal group of residents. Our program and patients are better for the time they spent here. Proud to have contributed to their incredibly bright futures.
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Scott R. Steele Jun 27
. explains why your first surgery to repair a is so crucial.
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