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Journal of Surgery and Clinical Reports

Journal of Surgery and Clinical Reports

Journal of Surgery and Clinical Reports is an official peer-reviewed open access journal of Wright Academia, a library of medical publications. The journal is designed for the general surgeons who perform abdominal, cancer, vascular, head and neck, breast, colorectal, and other forms of surgery. It aims to promote continued new developments in surgery through the sharing of knowledge, ideas, and good practice across all surgical specialties.

It is a broad scope journal covering all surgical specialties. The journal publishes original clinical case reports, review articles, editorials, short communications, study protocols, clinical practice papers, procedures, letters to the editor, book reviews, conference abstracts, review literature, trial papers, and registered reports.

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    We provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, author copyright policy, and free open access publication.

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    Some or all of the articles in this journal are indexed in the ICI world of journals, DRJI, Google scholar, Sherpa, Scilit, WorldCat, Crossref. Etc. The articles are published in accordance with the policies and principles of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.

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    All the articles published in this journal are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


The purpose of this study was to evaluate factors associated with post-discharge venous thromboembolism (VTE) within 30- days of hip fracture surgery. 96,870 cases with acute hip fractures were identified from a national retrospective database. We only included patients who received intramedullary nail fixation, extramedullary implant fixation, or hemiarthroplasty. ... read more


He presented a complete response(CR). During MMS, frozen sections showed BCC at the area corresponding to the lacrimal sac. We competed the resection of the lacrimal apparatus (bone and soft tissues) under general anesthesia. Final margins were clear. The patient is currently without evidence of disease 10 months after MMS. ... read more


The purpose of this study was to compare the impact of age and physical status on short term (≤ 30 days) outcomes of intertrochanteric fracture (ITF) in elderly patients. The primary outcome of our study was mortality. Secondary outcomes included short term complications. ... read more


Aspergillus infection of soft tissue is rare and typically affects immune compromised patients in several different patterns of clinical presentation. However, cutaneous aspergillosis can occur in both immune competent and immune compromised individuals due to trauma, surgery, or burn injury, or by direct inoculation of the fungus at the injury site. Skin involvement may result from direct inoculation of the fungus as well as from microemboli in disseminated aspergillosis. ... read more


The studies reviewed recommend to analyzed the patient individually by its bleeding and thromboembolic risk. Further more, the kidney fuction and the dental procedure should be taken into account. Low or medium risk patients with a normal renal function do not have to postpone or dismiss a dose. Local haemostatic measures must be guaranteed in any procedure. ... read more


Surgical reports of 396 patients operated at Policlinico San Martino (Genoa, Italy) from 2003 to 2009 were reviewed. Long-term follow-up was realized with telephone interview and patients were asked about satisfaction of surgery, the need to undergo a second procedure or medical treatment for relapse of symptoms. ... read more


Pressure injuries are the result of unrelieved pressure leading to localized ischemia. This leads to cell death and tissue necrosis. One in three spinal cord injury patients are affected by pressure injuries, likely secondary to the fact that these patients have 3 major risk factors for the formation of pressure injuries-loss of sensory perception, loss of motor function, and moisture from bowel and bladder ... read more


Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most frequent primary liver tumor, 90% of these setting in a cirrhotic liver. The aim of this study was to analyze the results of resected HCC in cirrhotic and non-cirrhotic patients in a 12 year period. Postoperative outcomes, overall survival (OS) and recurrence-free survival (RFS) were analyzed, as well factors involved. ... read more


Retroperitoneal lipoma are exceedingly rare, and due to the difficulty in distinguishing between retroperitoneal lipoma and well-differentiated liposarcoma, the treatment recommendation is en-bloc resection. We report the rare and unusual case of giant retroperitoneal lipoma in association with multiple limb and trunk lipoma. ... read more


Prostate cancer (PC) can be treated by surgical procedures in different approaches: Open (PR), laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (LRP) or robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RALP). The RALP has proved to be a promising technique, with satisfactory functional and oncological results. This study aimed to analyze the learning curve of a surgeon in RALP. ... read more


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