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The Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England is the official journal of the College and is published eight times a year in January, March, April, May, July, September, October and November. The main aim of the journal is to publish high quality, peer-reviewed papers that relate to all branches of surgery.

The Annals also includes letters and comments, a regular technical section, NICE news, controversial topics, CORESS feedback, book reviews and the best trainee presentations from England and Wales. The editorial board is composed of members of the College Council and experts from across the surgical specialties.

Archive issues of the Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England are available via the PubMed Central database

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Volume 87, Number 1, January 2005

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Free Content How to approach major surgery where patients refuse blood transfusion (including Jehovah's Witnesses)
pp. 3-14(12)
Authors: Gohel, MS; Bulbulia, RA; Slim, FJ; Poskitt, KR; Whyman, MR

Hunterian Lecture

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Free Content The role of percutaneous nephrostomy in malignant ureteric obstruction
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Authors: Wilson, JR; Urwin, GH; Stower, MJ

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Free Content Ultrasound-guided insertion of subclavian venous access ports
pp. 25-27(3)
Authors: Brooks, AJ; Alfredson, M; Pettigrew, B; Morris, DL

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Free Content Are we overusing blood transfusing after elective joint replacement? – a simple method to reduce the use of a scarce resource
pp. 28-30(3)
Authors: Spencer, J; Thomas, SRYW; Yardy, G; Mukundan, C; Barrington, R

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Free Content Carpal tunnel syndrome, the search for a cost-effective surgical intervention: a randomised controlled trial
pp. 36-40(5)
Authors: Lorgelly, Paula K; Dias, Joseph J; Bradley, Mary J; Burke, Frank D

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Free Content Orthopaedic surgeons in Yorkshire – are we ATLS positive?
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Authors: Kelley, SP; McMurray, Dhm; Hinsche, AF; Deacon, P

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Free Content Reconstruction of through-and-through osteocutaneous defects of the mouth and face with subscapular system flaps
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Authors: Kalavrezos, Nicholas; Hardee, Peter SGF; Hutchison, Iain L

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Free Content NICE news in the Annals
pp. 55-56(2)
Authors: Willett, Sarah; Campbell, Bruce

Controversial Topics in Surgery

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Free Content Controversial Topics in Surgery
pp. 57-60(4)
Author: Dehn, Tom

Online-only Case Reports - New Additions

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Technical Section: Technical tutorial, notes and tips

Selected Internet Viewings

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Letters and Comments

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Free Content Training in the Calman era: what consultants say
pp. 71-71(1)
Authors: Stiff, Morris GJ; Clarke, D; Torkington, J; Bowrey, DJ; Mansel, RE.

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Authors: Zaidi, FH; King, ER

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pp. 75-76(2)
Author: Cohen, HE

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e-Letters – New Additions

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Online Case Reports

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Authors: Becker, Giles W; Battersby, Robert DE

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Authors: Birks, Margaret; Funk, Lennard; Symons, Sean; Copeland, Stephen; Levy, Ofer

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Authors: Burton, DJC; Enion, D; Shaw, DL

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