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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 9, Supplement 2, October 2007

Preface
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Nicholls, John

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Introduction
pp. 2-2(1)
Author: Parker, Mike

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Biology of the peritoneum in normal homeostasis and after surgical trauma
pp. 9-13(5)
Authors: van der Wal, J. B. C.; Jeekel, J.

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Postoperative intraperitoneal adhesion pathophysiology
pp. 14-24(11)
Author: Duron, J-J.

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Consequences and complications of peritoneal adhesions
pp. 25-34(10)
Author: van Goor, H.

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The magnitude of adhesion-related problems
pp. 35-38(4)
Authors: Stanciu, D.; Menzies, D.

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Adhesion-related small bowel obstruction
pp. 39-44(6)
Author: Moran, B. J.

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Impact of adhesions in colorectal surgery
pp. 45-53(9)
Authors: Bhardwaj, R.; Parker, M. C.

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Systematic guide to complex cases from adhesive disease
pp. 54-59(6)
Authors: Jobanputra, S.; Wexner, S. D.

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Practicalities and costs of adhesions
pp. 60-65(6)
Author: Wilson, M. S.

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Adhesions and Colorectal Surgery – Call for Action
pp. 66-72(7)
Authors: Parker, M. C.; Wilson, M. S.; van Goor, H.; Moran, B. J.; Jeekel, J.; Duron, J-J.; Menzies, D.; Wexner, S. D.; Ellis, H.

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