Surgery Clinics Journal

  •    

Articles

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(3):SCJ-01-1013 | Open Access


Vascular Retroperitoneal and Pelvic Leiomyosarcoma A Rare Disease Requiring Complex Surgery

Sacoto Urgilez D, Rodriguez M, Romero JM, Cerdan G, Martin B and Artigas V

Retroperitoneal and pelvic LMS tumours are rare and aggressive, 27% of patients experienced local recurrence, 75% in the form of pulmonary metastases. ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(3):SCJ-01-1012 | Open Access


The Role of Genetic Mutations in Gene Mapt in Richardson Syndrome

Richardson syndrome is an uncommon degenerative neurological disorder that causes progressive impairment of balance and walking; impaired eye movement, especially ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(3):SCJ-01-1011 | Open Access


BK Virus in Kidney Transplantation: A Single Center Experiences

Gokhan Ertugrul and Tumay Yanaral

Background: BK virus is the most common infectious causes of nephropathy and graft loss after kidney transplantation. In ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(1):SCJ-01-1010 | Open Access


Effect of Perioperative Hypothermia on Anesthetic Outcomes

Tumay Yanaral, and Gokhan Ertugrul

Background: Perioperative hypothermia is a serious complication of general anesthesia. Prevention of perioperative hypothermia may decrease morbidity and ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(2):SCJ-01-1009 | Open Access


Indications of Hemi-Clamshell Approach: About 3 Cases and Literature Review

H Harmouchi, M Lakranbi, I Issoufou, Y Ouadnouni and M Smahi

Hemi-clamshell approach is defined by a median sternotomy associated with an anterolateral thoracotomy with possibility of a supraclavicular incision. It ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(2):SCJ-01-1008 | Open Access


Surgical Treatment Options in Lumbar Disc Herniation

Inaki Arrotegui

Correct structural anomalies of the spine. The correction of the structural anomaly that causes back pain, when that is the ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(1):SCJ-01-1007 | Open Access


Rare Case of Iatrogenic Perforation of Colon during Colonoscopy due to Incarceration of the Endoscope in Inguinal Hernia

Andrea Picchetto, Stefania La Rocca, Cristina Panetta, Laura Rossi, Antonello Trecca and Giancarlo D’Ambrosio

Colonoscopy is widely used in the diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of colorectal diseases. It is generally acknowledged to be a ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(1):SCJ-01-1006 | Open Access


Application of Charlson Comorbidity Index in Burn Patients

Saurabh Gupta, Ravi Kumar Chittoria, Vinayak Chavan, Abhinav Aggrawal, Chirra Likhitha Reddy, Padmalakshami Bharathi Mohan, Shijina K and Imran Pathan

Predicting the mortality in burn patients is difficult but essential. Various scoring systems are existing to predict the mortality in ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(1):SCJ-01-1005 | Open Access


Pediatric Snowboarding Severe Abdominal Trauma: Report of Our Experience

Zampieri Nicola, Corain Massimo, Carità Enrico, Romagnoli Carlo and Camoglio Francesco Saverio

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to report our experience with abdominal trauma treated in high mountain ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(1):SCJ-01-1004 | Open Access


Peritoneal Carcinomatosis from Colorectal Cancer: Fluorescence-Guided Surgery with Indocyanine Green

Annamaria Auricchio, Francesca Cardella, Andrea Mabilia, Nicoletta Basile, Silvia Erario, Giovanni Del Sorbo, Paolo Castellano, Gennaro Galizia and Eva Lieto

Peritoneal Carcinomatosis (PC) is a severe oncological condition originating from the mesothelium (primary PC) or, more frequently, from gastrointestinal or ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(1):SCJ-01-1003 | Open Access


The Effect of Diabetic Disease, Smoking and Perioperative Blood Loss on the Occurrence of Dehiscence of Laparotomy

Milorad Paunović

Background: The aim of this study was to determine the effect of diabetic disease, smoking and perioperative blood loss on ... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2019;1(1):SCJ-01-1002 | Open Access


Beating Round the Bush!

Ahmed N. Ghanem

Having read with interest Richard Smith’s editorial based on the BMJ survey and the lively debates on “... Read More

Surg Clin J. 2018;1(1):SCJ-01-1001 | Open Access


Anastomotic Leakage Could be Caused by Regorafenib - A Case Report

Tzu-Chi Hsu, Wen-Chun Sun and Ming-Jen Chen

A 53 years old female had an extended right hemicolectomy with anastomosis for adenocarcinoma of transverse colon with intestinal obstruction on 2008... Read More