British Journal of Surgery

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Edited By: D. Alderson and J. J. Earnshaw (Editors-in-Chief). J. Beynon, A. Bergenfelz, C. H. C. Dejong, M. Sund, K. Søreide, B. P. L. Wijnhoven and D. C. Winter (Editors). R. Hinchliffe (Associate Editor)

Impact Factor: 5.542

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 5/198 (Surgery)

Online ISSN: 1365-2168

Associated Title(s): European Journal of Surgery

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Leading Articles
Molecular microbiology in surgery

E. J. G. Peters

Three-dimensional printing and the surgeon
A. de Mel

Randomized Clinical Trials
Randomized clinical trial comparing self-gripping mesh with a standard polypropylene mesh for open inguinal hernia repair

T. Verhagen, W. A. R. Zwaans, M. J. A. Loos, J. A. Charbon, M. R. M. Scheltinga and R. M. H. Roumen

Original Articles
Mortality from laparoscopic antireflux surgery in a nationwide cohort of the working-age population

J. Maret-Ouda, M. Yanes, P. Konings, N. Brusselaers and J. Lagergren

Population-based analysis of colorectal cancer risk after oophorectomy
J. Segelman, L. Lindström, J. Frisell and Y. Lu

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