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Randomized clinical trial

Authors: C. Palanivelu, P. Senthilnathan, S. C. Sabnis, N. S. Babu, S. Srivatsan Gurumurthy, N. Anand Vijai et al.

Notes: Shorter stay

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Randomized clinical trial

Authors: S. B. Ellebæk, C. W. Fristrup, C. Hovendal, N. Qvist, L. Bundgaard, S. Salomon et al.

Notes: No additional benefit

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The Sociedad Española de Investigaciones Quirúrgicas (SEIQ) organizes an annual congress in Spain focused on the serious discussion of the presentations and the proper application of the scientific method in the research work.

Original article

Authors: R. R. W. Brady, S. J. Chapman, S. Atallah, M. Chand, J. Mayol, A. M. Lacy et al.

Notes: Social media linking those with interest in coloproctology

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Original article

Authors: B. Le Roy, M. Gelli, G. Pittau, M.‐A. Allard, B. Pereira, B. Serji et al.

Notes: Option to increase resectability

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Original article

Authors: J. Lagergren, F. Mattsson, P. Lagergren

Notes: Beware Fridays

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Original article

Authors: A. J. Klompenhouwer, M. E. E. Bröker, M. G. J. Thomeer, M. P. Gaspersz, R. A. de Man, J. N. M. IJzermans et al.

Notes: Wait and see policy justified

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Original article

Authors: R. Ravikumar, C. Sabin, M. Abu Hilal, A. Al‐Hilli, S. Aroori, G. Bond‐Smith et al.

Notes: No difference between type of reconstruction

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Original article

Authors: L. G. M. van der Geest, V. E. P. P. Lemmens, I. H. J. T. de Hingh, C. J. H. M. van Laarhoven, T. L. Bollen, C. Y. Nio et al.

Notes: Negative impacts

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Original article

Authors: C. Wadsten, H. Garmo, I. Fredriksson, M. Sund, F. Wärnberg

Notes: Rare, but worse for large tumours and uncertain margins

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Original article

Authors: D. Kleive, M. A. Sahakyan, A. E. Berstad, C. S. Verbeke, I. P. Gladhaug, B. Edwin et al.

Notes: Severe complications, more reoperations

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Original article

Authors: E. Botteri, P. Veronesi, J. Vila, N. Rotmensz, V. Galimberti, M. V. Thomazini et al.

Notes: Molecular subtype matters more

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Original article

Authors: S. D. Nelen, M. van Putten, V. E. P. P. Lemmens, K. Bosscha, J. H. W. de Wilt, R. H. A. Verhoeven et al.

Notes: Less surgery, more chemo, but no change in survival

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Original article

Authors: R. Green, S. C. Charman, T. Palser

Notes: Variation in compliance related to outcomes

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Systematic review

Authors: E. E. de Vries, V. G. M. Baldew, H. M. den Ruijter, G. J. de Borst

Notes: Similar

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Original article

Authors: T. Maeta, T. Ebata, E. Hayashi, T. Kawahara, S. Mizuno, N. Matsumoto et al.

Notes: Poor survival despite portal vein resection

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Editorial podcast for October 2017 issue

J. J. Earnshaw

Listen to Editor-in-Chief, Jonothan Earnshaw, outline the highlights of the October issue, including five papers on pancreatic cancer, an article focused on social media, and one looking at ductal carcinoma in situ. Also find out his Pick of the Month, an article that has the potential to change surgical practice.

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Pancreatic cancer and social media

Keith J. Roberts and Steven D. Wexner

The October 2017 issue of the BJS includes several articles on the topic of pancreatic cancer. In this podcast, Professor Keith Roberts, the author of the leading article entitled "Improving outcomes in patients with resectable pancreatic cancer", discusses the articles in this important area. We also talk to Professor Steven Wexner about the article he has coauthored called #colorectalsurgery, which discusses the possibilities and limitations of social media when used in the field of surgical science.

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Editorial podcast: September 2017 (Español)

Orador Invitado: Julio Mayol, Profesor de Cirugía, Hospital Clinico - UCM, Madrid, España y BJS Miembro del Consejo

Este mes presentamos al profesor Julio Mayol para discutir el contenido de la edición de septiembre. Esto está disponible en inglés y español. El profesor Mayol escoge algunos puntos destacados en el tema, así como el nombramiento de su selección del mes. También hace un par de anuncios especiales sobre nuevos desarrollos.

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Editorial podcast: September 2017 (English)

Guest Speaker: Julio Mayol, Professor of Surgery, Hospital Clinico - UCM, Madrid, Spain and BJS Council Member

This month we introduce Professor Julio Mayol to discuss the contents of the September issue. This is available in both English and Spanish. Professor Mayol picks out a few highlights in the issue as well as naming his pick of the month. He also makes a couple of special announcements about new developments.

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Editorial podcast: August 2017

Hinchliffe RJ

Listen to BJS editor Professor Rob Hinchliffe discuss the highlights of the August issue. He also picks out one article as the Editor's Paper of the Month. Click to find out his winner!

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Editorial podcast: July 2017

R. J. Hinchliffe

Listen to BJS editor, Professor Rob Hinchliffe, discuss the highlights of the July issue. He also picks out one article as the Editor's Paper of the Month. Click to find out his winner!

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Identification of right hepatic vein (RHV) tributaries among the three RHVs

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Indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence evaluation of the middle hepatic vein (MHV) tributaries

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Identification of ischaemic region and veno occlusive region using ICG imaging technique

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Editorial podcast: June 2017

J. J. Earnshaw

In this month's editorial podcast Jonothan Earnshaw, Editor-in-Chief, gives thanks to BJS referees, but reminds them of their responsibilities. He also announces his paper of the month, which shows that surgery is better than medical treatment for secondary hyperparathyroidism.

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