British Journal of Surgery

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

Impact Factor: 5.596

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 7/200 (Surgery)

Online ISSN: 1365-2168

Associated Title(s): BJS Open, European Journal of Surgery

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Leading Articles
The future for laparoscopic rectal cancer surgery
A. R. L. Stevenson

Systematic Reviews
Meta-analysis of the prevalence of renal cancer detected by abdominal ultrasonography
S. H. Rossi, R. Hsu, C. Blick, V. Goh, P. Nathan, D. Nicol, S. Fleming, M. Sweeting, E. C. F. Wilson and G. D. Stewart

Systematic review of pressurized intraperitoneal aerosol chemotherapy for the treatment of advanced peritoneal carcinomatosis
F. Grass, A. Vuagniaux, H. Teixeira-Farinha, K. Lehmann, N. Demartines and M. Hübner

Original Articles
Cross-sectional observational study of the availability of evidence supporting novel implantable devices used in gastrointestinal surgery
S. J. Chapman, B. Shelton, M. Maruthappu, P. Singh, P. McCulloch and A. Bhangu

Association between psychological health and wound complications after surgery
P. Britteon, N. Cullum and M. Sutton

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