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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 10, Number 3, March 2008

The TNM system, evaluation and assessment
pp. 207-208(2)
Author: Haboubi, Najib

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Targeted therapy in colorectal carcinoma: more than a theory
pp. 209-218(10)
Authors: Pickering, L.; Rudman, S.; Ross, P. J.; Leslie, M. D.

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Commentary
pp. 218-221(4)
Authors: Gerard, J. P.; Francois, E.; Follana, P.

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Risk-stratified intensive follow up for treated colorectal cancer – realistic and cost saving?
pp. 222-230(9)
Authors: Macafee, D. A. L.; Whynes, D. K.; Scholefield, J. H.

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Can depth of tumour invasion predict lymph node positivity in patients undergoing resection for early rectal cancer? A comparative study between T1 and T2 cancers
pp. 231-238(8)
Authors: Rasheed, S.; Bowley, D. M.; Aziz, O.; Tekkis, P. P.; Sadat, A. E.; Guenther, T.; Boello, M. L.; McDonald, P. J.; Talbot, I. C.; Northover, J. M. A.

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Prognostic value of plasma D-dimer levels in patients with colorectal cancer
pp. 238-241(4)
Authors: Kılıc, M.; Yoldas, O.; Keskek, M.; Ertan, T.; Tez, M.; Gocmen, E.; Koc, M.

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Clarifying the TNM staging of rectal cancer in the context of modern imaging and neo-adjuvant treatment: ‘y’‘u’ and ‘p’ need ‘mr’ and ‘ct’
pp. 242-243(2)
Authors: Moran, B.; Brown, G.; Cunningham, D.; Daniels, I.; Heald, R.; Quirke, P.; Sebag-Montefiore, D.

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Is a morphologically intact anal sphincter necessary for success with sacral nerve modulation in patients with faecal incontinence?
pp. 257-262(6)
Authors: Melenhorst, J.; Koch, S. M.; Uludag, Ö.; van Gemert, W. G.; Baeten, C. G.

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Awareness of investigations and treatment of faecal incontinence among the general practitioners: a postal questionnaire survey
pp. 263-267(5)
Authors: Thekkinkattil, D. K.; Lim, M.; Finan, P. J.; Sagar, P. M.; Burke, D.

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Pilot study of two new injectable bulking agents for the treatment of faecal incontinence
pp. 268-272(5)
Authors: Maeda, Y.; Vaizey, C. J.; Kamm, M. A.

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Does incontinence severity correlate with quality of life? Prospective analysis of 502 consecutive patients
pp. 273-279(7)
Authors: Bordeianou, L.; Rockwood, T.; Baxter, N.; Lowry, A.; Mellgren, A.; Parker, S.

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Anterior anal fissures are associated with occult sphincter injury and abnormal sphincter function
pp. 280-285(6)
Authors: Jenkins, J. T.; Urie, A.; Molloy, R. G.

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A systematic stapling defect – a potential cause of ‘anastomotic’ leak after restorative proctocolectomy
pp. 286-288(3)
Authors: Byrne, C. M.; Uraiqat, A. A.; Phillips, R. K. S.

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Retroperitoneal margin involvement by adenocarcinoma of the caecum and ascending colon: what does it mean?
pp. 289-293(5)
Authors: Scott, N.; Jamali, A.; Verbeke, C.; Ambrose, N. S.; Botterill, I. D.; Jayne, D. G.

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Referral of patients with iron deficiency anaemia under the lower gastrointestinal two-week wait rule
pp. 294-297(4)
Authors: Shaw, A. G.; Simpson, J.; Tierney, G.; Goddard, A. F.; Reynolds, J. R.; Lund, J. N.

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Review of the anatomic concepts in relation to the retrorectal space and endopelvic fascia: Waldeyer’s fascia and the rectosacral fascia
pp. 298-302(5)
Authors: García-Armengol, J.; García-Botello, S.; Martinez-Soriano, F.; Roig, J. V.; Lledó, S.

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Primary anal pilonidal disease
pp. 303-304(2)
Authors: Alrawashdeh, W.; Ajaz, S.; Hammond, T. M.; Porrett, T. R. C.; Lunniss, P. J.

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Inflated ‘non-leak’ mortality compared to 1995 Wessex CRC Audit
pp. 304-304(1)
Authors: Underwood, T.; Brent, A.; Clarke, A. D.; Talbot, R. W.; Nash, G. F.

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The definition of ‘leak’ and adjustment for case-mix are essential when comparing outcomes between institutions
pp. 304-305(2)
Authors: Jones, O. M.; John, S. K. P.; Lawrance, R. J.; Fozard, J. B. J.

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Gemellus
pp. 307-308(2)

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Diary of meetings
pp. 309-310(2)

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