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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 187 from International journal of surgery (London, England)


Recurrence and functional outcomes of partial adrenalectomy: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Partial adrenalectomy is typically performed for the treatment of hereditary and sporadic bilateral tumors, to reduce the risk of adrenal failure, particularly in younger patients. Partial adrenalectomy proposes a postoperative steroid-free course nevertheless, is associated with the risk of local recurrence. In this study we evaluate the recurrence and functional outcomes of partial adrenalectomy.

Wednesday 16th October 1162

The analysis of clinico-pathologic characteristics in patients who underwent surgery due to stricturing and non-perineal fistulizing forms of Crohn's disease: A retrospective cohort study.

The diagnosis of Crohn's disease is based mainly on the patient's history and clinical examination and supported by serologic, radiologic, endoscopic, and histologic findings.

Tuesday 15th October 1162

Serum CA 19-9 as a good prognostic biomarker in patients with bladder cancer.

Bladder cancer (BC) is the second leading malignant tumors of the genitourinary system. CA 19-9 has served as a diagnostic and prognostic marker for pancreatic carcinoma for years. In recent year, although a few studies have evaluated the roles of CA 19-9 in BC, the results are conflicting and the number of the patients studied is very small.

Saturday 16th September 1160

Antienflamatuar and antiadhesive effect of clioquinol.

The aim of this study is to investigate the expected adhesion-modifying effect of clinoquinol which has metal-chelating feature that limits the inflammation and fibroblastic activity.

Friday 15th September 1160

Hemangiopericytoma of the spleen.

Hemangiopericytoma of the spleen is a very rare tumor, with 14 isolated reports. It was our aim to review our experience and compare it with all the reported cases in an attempt to standardize surgical treatment, adjuvant treatment and follow-up protocol of this infrequent condition.

Thursday 14th September 1160

Post-operative nausea and vomiting: Update on predicting the probability and ways to minimize its occurrence, with focus on ambulatory surgery.

Postoperative nausea and vomiting "the little big problem" after surgery/anaesthesia is still a common side-effect compromising quality of care, delaying discharge and resumption of activities of daily living. A huge number of studies have been conducted in order to identify risk factors, preventive and therapeutic strategies. The Apfel risk score and a risk based multi-modal PONV prophylaxis is advocated by evidence based guidelines as standards of care but is not always followed. Tailored anaesthesia and ...

Wednesday 13th September 1160

Is robotic parathyroidectomy a feasible and safe alternative to targeted open parathyroidectomy for the treatment of primary hyperparathyroidism?

A best evidence topic was written according to a structured protocol. The question addressed was whether robotic parathyroidectomy (RP) is a feasible and safe alternative to targeted open parathyroidectomy for the treatment of primary hyperparathyroidism (pHPT). A total of 36 papers were identified using the reported searches of which 5 represented the best evidence to answer the clinical question. The authors, date, journal, study type, population, main outcome measures and results are tabulated. Targeted ...

Tuesday 12th September 1160

Variation in conversion rates of laparoscopic cholecystectomy in different set ups can be explained on the basis of C-reactive protein (CRP) values at index admission.

Monday 11th September 1160

Antibiotic prophylaxis in prosthesis-based mammoplasty: A systematic review.

Although considered as an aseptic surgery, infection after prosthesis-based mammoplasty represents the leading cause of morbidity after reconstructive and aesthetic surgery. Antibiotic prophylaxis is supported by several studies to prevent surgical site infection (SSI) and capsular contracture (CC). However, there is no high quality evidence on antibiotic prophylaxis in this area.

Sunday 10th September 1160

Impact of appendicitis during pregnancy: No delay in accurate diagnosis and treatment.

Acute appendicitis during pregnancy may be associated with serious maternal and/or fetal complications. To date, the optimal clinical approach to the management of pregnant women suspected of having acute appendicitis is subject to debate. The purpose of this retrospective study was to provide recommendations for prospective clinical management of pregnant patients with suspected appendicitis.

Saturday 9th September 1160

Laparoscopy-assisted combined resection for synchronous gastrointestinal multiple primary cancers.

Synchronous gastrointestinal multiple primary cancers (SGMPC) is infrequent. This study aimed to investigate the feasibility and outcomes of laparoscopy-assisted combined resection for SGMPC.

Friday 8th September 1160

The diabetic foot management - Recent advance.

Diabetic ulceration of the foot represents a major global medical, social and economic problem. It is the commonest major end-point of diabetic complications. Diabetic neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease are the main etiological factors in foot ulceration and may act alone, together, or in combination with other factors such as microvascular disease, biomechanical abnormalities, limited joint mobility and increased susceptibility to infection. In the diabetic foot, distal sensory polyneuropathy is se...

Monday 2nd August 1159

Changing trends in abdominal surgical complications following cardiac surgery in an era of advanced procedures. A retrospective cohort study.

Abdominal complications following cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) procedures may have mortality rates as high as 25%. Advanced procedures such as ventricular assist devices, artificial hearts and cardiac transplantation are being increasingly employed, changing the complexity of interventions. This study was undertaken to examine the changing trends in complications and the impact of cardiac surgery on emergency general surgery (EGS) coverage.


The Role of Fast-Track Surgery in Pancreaticoduodenectomy: A Single-Center Review of 635 Consecutive Resections.

Pancreaticoduodenectomy (PD) is one of the most difficult and dangerous operations in general surgery. This study used the concept of fast-track surgery (FTS) technique, which involves pain control, early enteral nutrition and other measures during the preoperative period, to evaluate the rate of complications and shorter hospitalization.


Crossover study of the effect of coffee consumption on simulated laparoscopy skills.

To observe the effect of caffeine on performing laparoscopic skills in novices in a simulated setting.


Perioperative antiviral therapy improves safety in patients with hepatitis B related HCC following hepatectomy.

Hepatectomies may exacerbate chronic hepatitis B in patients with high hepatitis B viral (HBV) DNA levels, and could result in hepatic insufficiency. Antiviral treatment is effective for suppressing HBV virus loads. This study investigated whether perioperative antiviral therapy is warranted for resection of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) with concurrent HBV infections.

Thursday 4th February 1142

Reply to: "Correspondence to: Predictors of in-hospital mortality amongst octogenarians undergoing emergency general surgery: A retrospective cohort study"

Tuesday 11th April 1132

The impact of infrainguinal endovascular interventions on the results of subsequent femoro-tibial bypass procedures: a retrospective cohort study.

Endovascular recanalization has become the accepted first-line treatment strategy for most lower extremity arterial occlusions, especially in patients with critical limb ischemia (Rutherford 4-6). Prior endovascular interventions have been described as risk factors for the outcome of subsequent lower extremity bypass surgery. The effect on subsequent tibial and peroneal bypasses is controversial. We analyzed the impact of prior endovascular lower extremity revascularization procedures on the short- and mid-...


Endoscopic minimal invasive cholecystolithotomy vs laparoscopic cholecystectomy in treatment of cholecystolithiasis in China: A meta-analysis.

Endoscopic minimal invasive cholecystolithotomy (EMIC) is recently popular in China which may offer advantages over laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). We try to find out the most favorable treatment for the patients underwent cholecystolithiasis.


Challenging diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for leiomyosarcoma of inferior vena cava.

Leiomyosarcoma of the inferior vena cava (IVCL) is a rare malignant tumour originating from the smooth muscle cells of the media with intra- or extra-luminal growth. The type of the lesion is further divided into three levels in relation to hepatic and renal veins respectively. The aim of this review was to evaluate the results of surgical treatment of IVCL with special reference to the extent of its histological spread and to analyse the recent literature in order to provide an update on the current concep...


Association of Surgeons in Training Conference: Manchester 2013.

The Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) is a professional body and registered charity working to promote excellence in surgical training for the benefit of junior doctors and patients alike. With a membership of over 2000 surgical trainees from all ten surgical specialities, the association provides support at both regional and national levels throughout the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. Originally founded in 1976, ASiT is independent of the National Health Service (NHS), Surgical Royal Col...

Tuesday 1st September 1073

Predictors of in-hospital mortality amongst octogenarians undergoing emergency general surgery: a retrospective cohort study.

Elderly patients are often judged to be fit for emergency surgery based on age alone. This study identified risk factors predictive of in-hospital mortality amongst octogenarians undergoing emergency general surgery.

Monday 31st August 1073

Comparison of skin incisions used for open lateral internal sphincterotomies - radial versus circumferential incisions: A retrospective cohort study.

Lateral internal sphincterotomy (LIS) is a safe and effective surgical treatment, commonly used in patients with chronic anal fissures (CAFs). Although LIS is a simple surgical technique, it may cause several complications. Open LIS is usually performed through an incision made in the intersphincteric groove; radial or circumferential incisions, used according to the surgeon's preference. However, differences in clinical outcomes and wound healing, based on type of skin incision, are unclear. We investigate...

Wednesday 27th December 1070

Laparoscopic versus robot-assisted cholecystectomy: A retrospective cohort study.

Introduction: Robot-assisted surgery has permeated all surgical specialties including general surgery. Still, only a few small experimental series have compared experiences between laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) and robotic cholecystectomy (RC). We present a single surgeon's experience with LC versus RC in a large case series. Methods: We conducted an IRB-approved retrospective review of 326 patients (147 LC and 179 RC) who underwent surgery between September 2005 and June 2012. The same selection criter...

Tuesday 19th September 1070

Does elevated body mass index (BMI) affect the clinical outcomes of robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RALP): A prospective cohort study.

With the prevalence of obesity in the United States, a significant proportion of robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RALP) candidates have an elevated body mass index (BMI). We determine if this impacts on the clinical outcomes of RALP.

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