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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Meta-analysis of perioperative antibiotics in patients undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy
S. Pasquali, M. Boal, E. A. Griffiths, D. Alderson, R. S. Vohra and the CholeS Study Group and the West Midlands Research Collaborative

When should surgeons retire?
N. R. Bhatt, M. Morris, A. O'Neil, A. Gillis and P. F. Ridgway

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Impact of number of [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose-PET-positive lymph nodes on survival of patients receiving neoadjuvant chemotherapy and surgery for oesophageal cancer
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Prospective nationwide outcome audit of surgery for suspected acute appendicitis
C. C. van Rossem, M. D. M. Bolmers, M. H. F. Schreinemacher, A. A. W. van Geloven, W. A. Bemelman and the Snapshot Appendicitis Collaborative Study Group

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