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Bisphosphonate Use in Metastatic Breast Cancer
Conservative Surgery for Breast Cancer: Who Gets It? Who Doesn't?
Ductal Carcinoma In Situ: Are You Confused Yet?
Guyton D.P.; Fenton A.H.
Iatrogenic Femoral Artery Pseudoaneurysm: Studies Relating to the Current Treatment Strategies Including Observation, Ultrasound-Guided Compression, and Duplex-Directed Thrombin Injection
Vascular Alternatives: New Breakthroughs From Old Ideas
Seat Belts and Trauma: Clinical Clues for the Surgeon
Dolezal J.M.; Cunningham P.R.G.
Central Venous Catheters: Can We Control the Infections?
Leitman I.M.; Subramanian V.A.
Alternative Medicine: Implications for the Surgeon
Halsted Is Dead: Time for Change in Graduate Surgical Education
Characterizing the Practice of Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Graduates: What's a Fellow to Do?
Ivy M.E.; Bonnell B.W.; Angood P.B.
American Board of Surgery In-Training Examination (ABSITE) Performance: Effects of Residents' Perception, Preparation, and Past Performance
Itani K.M.F.; Miller C.C.; Church H.; McCollum C.
Utility of Lymphoscintigraphy for Lymphatic Mapping in Breast Cancer: A Prospective Study
Saha S.; Farrar W.B.; Walker M.J.; Yee L.D.; Kim J.A.; Mosic J.; Olsen J.; Hinkle G.H.; Pozderac R.V.; Burak W.E.
The Structure and Responsibilities of the Surgical Organizations: How Do They Fit Into the Program Director's Responsibilities?
Basic guidelines: conferences, surgical operative log, primary and secondary components, work environment
The troublesome issues: scholarly environment, continuity of care, supervision, graded responsibility, flexibility, and equivalency
Resident performance on the ABS examinations: absite, qualifying, and certifying examinations
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