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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 564 from ANZ journal of surgery

Partial inferior vena cava resection without reconstruction.

Close encounter of the right-sided Zenker's diverticulum masquerading as a thyroid nodule.

Emergency surgery versus elective surgery after reduction for patients with incarcerated groin hernias.

The feasibility and potential advantages of elective surgery after manual reduction of incarcerated hernia (IH) have not been investigated in detail. Therefore, the aim of this retrospective study was to compare perioperative outcomes of emergency surgery to those of elective surgery after reduction of IH.

Chylous cyst of the mesentery: an unexpected diagnosis for an abdominal mass.

Repair of a paraumbilical hernia containing an incarcerated urachal remnant.

Ethical and regulatory considerations for surgeons as consumers and creators of three-dimensional printed medical devices.

Sublay repair for primary superior lumbar hernia with the Kugel patch.

A superior lumbar hernia is a posterior ventral hernia that is rarely encountered in the clinical setting. However, no standard operative strategy exists for superior lumbar hernia repair at present.

Systematic review and meta-analysis of the association between diverticulosis of the appendix and neoplasia.

Diverticula of the appendix (DA) are infrequent and their clinical implications are often overlooked. Several studies have found a significantly increased prevalence of neoplasms in appendiceal specimens with diverticula. Despite the potential clinical implications, there is a paucity of literature. A systematic review and meta-analysis was performed to evaluate the prevalence of DA and its association with neoplasia.

ASERNIP-S: unusual acronym, outstanding results.

In the late 1990s, concerns regarding the introduction of new surgical procedures arose following the rapid uptake of some minimally invasive procedures. At that time, the evidence was not clear on the safety and effectiveness of these new procedures, and it was recommended that data be collected to look at both short- and long-term outcomes. Based on a UK group, 'the Safety and Efficacy Register of New Interventional Procedures (SERNIP)', the Australian SERNIP was born under the auspices of the Royal Austr...

Large bowel obstruction from a full-thickness resection device clip: rare complication of a novel technique.

Recalcitrant plunging ranulas: a new approach to salivary tissue localization using prostate-specific membrane antigen positron emission tomography.

Anti-lipid therapy and risk factor management for triglyceridaemia-induced acute pancreatitis.

Pancreatitis secondary to hypertriglyceridaemia is rare, accounting for less than 5% of pancreatitis presentations. We reviewed our institutional experience with triglyceridaemia induced acute pancreatitis to report the clinical presentation, patient demographics and clinical management.

Surgical tetralogy: simultaneous perforated gastric ulcer and appendicular perforation with liver and cerebral abscesses.

Migrating Filshie clip: a possible rare cause of appendicitis.

Haemobilia from a ruptured hepatic pseudoaneurysm: a rare outcome of gangrenous cholecystitis.

Perforated descending colon adenocarcinoma manifesting as necrotizing fasciitis.

Ossification of the superficial radial nerve causing pain: an unusual case of progressive osseous heteroplasia.

Silicone cast of the colon: management of an unusual colorectal foreign body.

Potentially avoidable issues in urology mortality cases in Australia: identification and improvements.

This study aimed to identify the most common potentially avoidable factors in urology deaths, focusing on the lessons that can be learnt.

Simultaneous (two-surgeon) versus staged bilateral knee arthroplasty: an observational study of intraoperative and post-operative outcomes.

The advantages of simultaneous bilateral total knee arthroplasty (sim-BTKA) remain controversial. This study investigated the effects of two-surgeon sim-BTKA compared to separate admission staged BTKA regarding intraoperative and post-operative outcomes and health service costs.

Quality indicators in colonoscopy: an evolving paradigm.

The year 1969 marked a revolution in the diagnosis of colorectal cancer (CRC). It is when Dr Wolff developed the colonoscope and quickly realized its potential in both diagnosis and treatment of colonic neoplasms. Over the past 50 years there has been exponential increase in utilization of colonoscopy with over 1 million colonoscopies performed annually throughout Australasia. Endoscopic removal of pre-malignant lesions has been proven to reduce the incidence and mortality of colorectal. Although timing a...

Indeterminate liver lesions - a virtual epidemic: a cohort study over 8 years.

Within the last decade, advances and availability in radiological imaging have led to an increase in the detection of incidental liver lesions (ILLs) in the asymptomatic patient population. This poses a diagnostic conundrum. This study was undertaken to review the outcome of liver lesions labelled as 'indeterminate' in asymptomatic patients without a biopsy-proven concomitant primary tumour. The secondary aim was to assess the impact on healthcare resources and cost-effectiveness with regards to the frequen...

Brachydactyly-anonychia with congenital absent phalanges of the hand.

Mucin-containing pancreatic lymphoepithelial cyst: a potential surgical pitfall.

Delayed presentation of a semicentennial gossypiboma in the soft palate and posterior nasopharyngeal wall.

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