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: 5.596

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 7/199 (Surgery)

Online ISSN: 1365-2168

Associated Title(s): European Journal of Surgery

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In this issue of BJS

Leading Articles
Reconsidering the endovenous revolution

O. Nelzén

Original Articles
Mortality of emergency abdominal surgery in high-, middle- and low-income countries

GlobalSurg Collaborative

Design of new patient-reported outcome measures to assess quality of life, symptoms and treatment satisfaction in patients with abdominal aortic aneurysm
G. Peach, J. Romaine, A. Wilson, P. J. E. Holt, M. M. Thompson, R. J. Hinchliffe and C. Bradley

Videoscopic ilioinguinal lymphadenectomy for groin lymph node metastases from melanoma
A. Sommariva, S. Pasquali, C. Cona, A. A. Ciccarese, L. Saadeh, L. G. Campana, M. Meroni and C. R. Rossi

Multicentre observational study of outcomes after drainage of acute perianal abscess
L. Pearce, K. Newton, S. R. Smith, P. Barrow, J. Smith, L. Hancock, C. C. Kirwan, J. Hill and the North West Research Collaborative

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