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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: A. Karakatsanis, K. Daskalakis, P. Stålberg, H. Olofsson, Y. Andersson, S. Eriksson et al.

Notes: Simplifies logistics

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Original article

Authors: K. Sahnan, A. Askari, S. O. Adegbola, P. J. Tozer, R. K. S. Phillips, A. Hart et al.

Notes: Females more likely to develop fistula

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The Svensk Kirurgisk Förening (SKF) organizes surgeons working in Sweden or surgeons who have a connection to Swedish surgery. It is a professional organization within the Swedish Society of Medicine and the Swedish Medical Association.

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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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Original article

Authors: J. B. Wang, K. Wu, L. H. Shi, Y. Y. Sun, F. B. Li, L. Xie et al.

Notes: Simple and efficient

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Editorial podcast: May 2017 (volume 104, issue 6)

J. J. Earnshaw

Jonothan Earnshaw, Editor-in-Chief, discusses the contents of the latest issue of BJS, including the article entitled 'Textbook outcome as a composite measure in oesophagogastric cancer surgery' from the Dutch Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer Audit (DUCA) Group, which used a national database and reported that most patients didn't achieve the textbook outcome but there was wide variation between hospitals. Does this metric have a use? He also reveals his personal favourite Paper of the Month - an article he believes has the potential to make the biggest difference to clinical practice. Click on the link to find out which paper he's referring to.

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Editorial podcast: April 2017 (volume 104, issue 5)

R. J. Hinchliffe

Robert Hinchliffe, BJS Editor, discusses the highlights of the April issue, now available online. The issue includes the Leading Article entitled 'Translational research in surgical oncology' by two BJS editors, Malin Sund and Kjetil Søreide.

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Editorial podcast: March issue (volume 104, issue 4)

R. J. Hinchliffe

Listen to BJS editor, Robert Hinchliffe, talk through the contents of the March 2017 issue, including the paper from the European Society of Endocrine Surgeons (ESES) and European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumours (ENSAT) giving recommendations for the surgical management of adrenocortical carcinoma.

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Surgical safety checklist promotional video, First Hospital of China Medical University

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Surgical safety checklist promotional video, Qinghai Provincial People’s Hospital

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Surgical safety checklist promotional video, Peking Union Medical College Hospital

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Editorial podcast: February 2017 (volume 104, issue 3)

J. J. Earnshaw

Jonothan Earnshaw, Editor-in-Chief, talks through the highlights of the February 2017 issue. This includes discussion of the meta-analysis of individual-patient data from EVAR-1, DREAM, OVER and ACE trials comparing outcomes of endovascular or open repair for abdominal aortic aneurysm over 5 years, which is available to read as open access.

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Special issue on surgical infection (volume 104; issue 2)

Professor S. L. Percival, Professor M. A. Boermeester and Dr N. Mohamed

BJS has published a special issue on surgical infection and invited three authors to discuss their articles on biofilm formation, vaccines and glucose levels.

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Editorial podcast: January 2017

R. J. Hinchliffe

Rob Hinchliffe, BJS Editor, wishes our readers a Happy New Year and talks through the highlights of the January 2017 issue. He also announces some new initiatives to expand the global reach of BJS and provide a dynamic surgical community with information, research and comment.

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