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Cirbosque #QuedateEnCasaColombia Nov 24
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SURGERY Journal Nov 23
Postpancreatectomy acute pancreatitis: Fact? Fiction? Functional definition and future
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Dmitri Nepogodiev Oct 31
Breakdown by specialty of the first 47,000 patients in - Week. Strong participation across all specialties. Registration open until 1700 GMT, 4 Nov 2020 for new mini-teams. Registration:
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JAMA Surgery Nov 18
Elective sigmoid resection versus conservative treatment for recurrent —a randomized clinical trial from Finland
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SURGERY Journal Nov 22
A contemporary analysis of palliative procedures in aborted pancreatoduodenectomy: Morbidity, mortality, and impact on future therapy
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Ville Sallinen Nov 22
Preoperative (versus postoperative) initiation of thromboprophylaxis in liver surgery: Venous thromboembolisms ⬇️ Bleeding complications ↔️
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Ruben Ciria Nov 4
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MISIRG Nov 23
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DanielMilesMD Nov 18
Open repair of DTAA w device explant under DHCA after Zone 2 TEVAR at OSH for TBAD with endoleak and rapid growth (6.3cm).
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B. Nov 12
A pelvic view during Cholecystectomy ➡️ 20 weeks pregnant woman with recurrent biliary colic and cystic calculus. What do you do differently? Would you perform a cholangiogram? Incisions?
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Empty Bennett Nov 5
Med Student Twitter bios are either: "Sorry Depressed Excuse for a Human. Chronically falling apart. Shouting in the Void, Worst Student Around. " or "MS3 at Harvard. President of Successful Student Club. MS, MBA, LCOS, BRB, OMG, "
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AmJSurgery Nov 20
Duodenal complications in necrotizing pancreatitis: Decision making algorithm! Challenges of an overlooked complication!
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Chris Horn Nov 12
In a shred of GOOD news, and I welcomed to our family yesterday. All are doing well.
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AortophilicMD Nov 2
68M w severe aortoiliac occlusive disease. tx w aortobifem (end2end). Note on 3D recon, both legs perfused via Winslow pathway (IMA>sup epigastric>inf epigastric>Ext iliac).
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Cirbosque #QuedateEnCasaColombia Nov 24
Surgeons in history: Leo George Rigler, was an American radiologist remembered for describing Rigler's sign and Biliary Ileus Rigler's triad that consists: small bowel obstruction, gallstone outside the gallbladder and air in the bile ducts!
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AmJSurgery Nov 22
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Francesco Pata Nov 7
"Damage Control Surgery may be a safe option for Severe non-trauma peritonitis" just published in Great leadership by No difference in stoma rate, LOS between DCS and standard approach
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Colorectal Disease Nov 23
***Inviting papers for a forthcoming special issue**** ‘Genomics for the colorectal surgeon / personalisation of therapies’ Submission deadline 1st January 2021 Details:
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Tyler Loftus Nov 9
in Surgery Series : accurately classifies surgeon experience by analyzing the precision of robotic suturing movements Outstanding contribution from and
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Tech Coloproctology Nov 22
Video forum: robotic elape with multivisceral resection and pelvic lymphadenectomy
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