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Original article

Authors: S. Di Saverio, E. Segalini, A. Birindelli, S. Todero, M. Podda, A. Rizzuto et al.

Notes: Useful option

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Original article

Authors: B. M. Biccard, A. Sigamani, M. T. V. Chan, D. I. Sessler, A. Kurz, J. G. Tittley et al.

Notes: No evidence to start or stop aspirin

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Original article

Authors: S. R. Markar, B. Brodie, S.‐T. Chin, A. Romano, D. Spalding, G. B. Hanna et al.

Notes: Breath test for pancreatic cancer

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The Swiss Society of Surgery was founded in 1913 as Swiss Society (hereafter SGC) for surgery.

Original article

Authors: S. Gasteiger, B. Cardini, G. Göbel, R. Oberhuber, F. Messner, T. Resch et al.

Notes: Good outcome in selected patients

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Original article

Authors: G. A. Binda, M. A. Bonino, G. Siri, S. Di Saverio, G. Rossi, R. Nascimbeni et al.

Notes: Successful in the majority

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Systematic review

Authors: M. A. Amer, M. D. Smith, C. H. Khoo, G. P. Herbison, J. L. McCall

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Original article

Authors: H. Mackenzie, S. R. Markar, A. Askari, O. Faiz, M. Hull, S. Purkayastha et al.

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Original article

Authors: A. Svee, M. Mani, K. Sandquist, T. Audolfsson, Y. Folkvaljon, A. E. Isern et al.

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Randomized clinical trial

Authors: L. A. Mudge, D. I. Watson, B. M. Smithers, E. A. Isenring, L. Smith, G. G. Jamieson et al.

Notes: No difference

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Systematic review

Authors: N. T. E. Bird, A. McKenna, J. Dodd, G. Poston, R. Jones, H. Malik et al.

Notes: Tumour biology is important

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Original article

Authors: A. Endo, A. Shiraishi, K. Fushimi, K. Murata, Y. Otomo

Notes: Mortality similar among low, medium and high ratios

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Systematic review

Authors: A. Mehrabi, M. Golriz, E. Khajeh, O. Ghamarnejad, P. Probst, H. Fonouni et al.

Notes: Low platelets worse outcomes

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Original article

Authors: Y. Kishi, S. Nara, M. Esaki, N. Hiraoka, K. Shimada

Notes: Standardized lymphadenectomy is important

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Original article

Authors: N. Patani, F. MacAskill, S. Eshelby, A. Omar, A. Kaura, K. Contractor et al.

Notes: Outcomes improve

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Latest Media

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Editorial podcast for the August 2018 issue

J. J. Earnshaw

Mr Jonothan Earnshaw, Editor-in-Chief, highlights the selection of articles discussing optimal ways of treating liver tumours and liver metastases. Also picked out as a landmark article is the DILALA randomized trial on two‐year results comparing laparoscopic lavage with resection as treatment for perforated diverticulitis, which is available to read as Open Access. Finally, he reveals his Paper of the Month. Follow Mr Earnshaw on Twitter @JJEarnshaw.

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Editorial podcast for the July 2018 issue

A. Bhangu

This month we're delighted to introduce our guest podcast editor, Aneel Bhangu, Lecturer in Colorectal Surgery at the University of Birmingham, UK. Mr Bhangu discusses the contents of the July issue, picking out a few highlights including the important leading article discussing 10 years of the Surgical Safety Checklist. He also announces his Paper of the Month. Follow Aneel on Twitter @aneelbhangu

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Editorial podcast for the June 2018 issue

R. J. Hinchliffe

This month's issue of BJS is discussed by Professor Rob Hinchliffe, BJS Editor. The June issue has a focus on cholangiocarcinoma, which includes a free Leading Article on surgery for perihilar cholangiocarcinoma by B. Groot Koerkamp and W. R. Jarnagin. He also discusses the very interesting meta‐analysis evaluating music interventions for anxiety and pain in surgery, which is also free to read. Prof. Hinchliffe then reveals his Paper of the Month.

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Editorial podcast for the May 2018 issue

M. D. Evans

Mr Martyn Evans produces his first editorial podcast for BJS. Listen to him talking through the articles included in the May 2018 issue, which has a focus on advanced colorectal surgery.

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Advanced colorectal cancer podcast, May 2018 issue

M. J. Solomon and K. G. M. Brown

Listen to Professor M. J. Solomon and Dr K. G. M. Brown, of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia, discuss the highlights of the May 2018 issue of BJS, which has a focus on advanced, recurrent and metastatic colorectal cancer, and associated treatment options. They are also authors of the Leading Article entitled "Progress and future direction in the management of advanced colorectal cancer", which is free to access.

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Editorial podcast for the April 2018 issue

J. J. Earnshaw

Jonothan Earnshaw, Editor-in-Chief, discusses some of the articles appearing this month, including the Leading Article on artificial intelligence and the future role of robots in surgery. He also gives some details on our next special issue scheduled for publication in January 2019.

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