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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.

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Volume 87, Number 5, September 2005

Review

Free Content The recognition and early management of critical illness
pp. 315-322(8)
Author: Ridley, Saxon

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HEAD INJURY

Free Content The Royal College of Surgeons of England: a position paper on the acute management of patients with head injury (2005)
pp. 323-325(3)
Author: The Royal College of Surgeons of England Trauma Committee

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HUNTERIAN LECTURE

SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

Free Content Pulmonary staging in colorectal cancer – is computerised tomography the answer?
pp. 331-333(3)
Authors: McIntosh, J; Sylvester, PA; Virjee, J; Callaway, M; Thomas, MG

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Free Content Factors affecting morbidity, mortality and survival in patients undergoing surgery for rectal cancer in a district general hospital
pp. 334-338(5)
Authors: Macadam, Robert; Yeomans, Neil; Wilson, Jonathan; Case, William; White, Clive; Lovegrove, John; Lyndon, Philip

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Free Content Phyllodes tumours of the breast – a retrospective study from 1982–2000 of 50 cases in Portsmouth
pp. 339-344(6)
Authors: Sotheran, W; Domjan, J; Jeffrey, M; Wise, MH; Perry, PM

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TRAUMA

Free Content Treatment of vascular injuries associated with limb fractures
pp. 348-352(5)
Authors: Cakir, Omer; Subasi, Mehmet; Erdem, Kemalettin; Eren, Nesimi

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Free Content Management of suspected scaphoid fractures in accident and emergency departments – time for new guidelines
pp. 353-357(5)
Authors: Tai, CC; Ramachandran, M; McDermott, ID; Ridgeway, S; Mirza, Z

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VASCULAR

Free Content Endoscopic sympathectomy in the treatment of facial blushing
pp. 358-360(3)
Authors: Adair, A; George, ML; Camprodon, R; Broadfield, JA; Rennie, JA

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Free Content Subintimal angioplasty for superficial femoral artery occlusion: poor patency in critical ischaemia
pp. 361-365(5)
Authors: Smith, BM; Stechman, M; Gibson, M; Torrie, EPH; Magee, TR; Galland, RB

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AUDIT

Free Content An audit of pre-operative skin preparative methods
pp. 366-368(3)
Authors: McGrath, DR; McCrory, D

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TRAINING

Free Content The modernisation of the surgical house officer
pp. 369-372(4)
Authors: Gossage, JA; Modarai, B; McGuinness, CL; Burnand, KG

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Case Report

Free Content Persistent chyle leak following radical neck dissection: a solution that can be the solution
pp. 379-379(1)
Authors: Muthusami, John C; Raj, John P; Gladwin, D; Gaikwad, Pranay; Sylvester, Shalom

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Technical Section: TECHNICAL NOTES AND TIPS

Free Content Technical Section: Technical Notes and Tips
pp. 380-389(10)
Author: Campbell, Bruce

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Selected internet viewings

Free Content Selected internet viewings
pp. 390-393(4)
Author: Cheshire, Nick

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e-Letters - new addition

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Trainees' Presentations Recognised by the College: Publication of abstracts from the best regional presentations

New onlline case report

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Book Reviews

Free Content Book Reviews
pp. 397-398(2)

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Letters and comments

Free Content Radical retropubic prostatectomy and inguinal hernia repair
pp. 399-399(1)
Authors: Thiruchelvam, Nikesh; Adamson, Andrew

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Free Content Author's Response
pp. 401-401(1)
Author: Bailey, Michael

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Free Content Comment on: Removal of ruptured cysts
pp. 401-401(1)
Authors: Awsare, NS; Boustead, GB

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Free Content Comment on: A different frontal sinus drain
pp. 402-402(1)
Authors: Charkin, A; Rowe-Jones, J; Kershaw, E

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Free Content Authors' Response
pp. 403-403(1)
Authors: Persaud, R; Krahé, D; Georgalas, C; Kaniyur, S; Das, S; Alusi, G

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Letter to the Editor

Free Content Abdominal pus swabs – an on-going practice, should it continue?
pp. 403-404(2)
Authors: Sarfraz, N; Khan, Arif

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Online Case Reports

Free Content An unusual abdominal wall hernia
pp. W1-W2(2)
Authors: Ahmed, Ahmed R; Sharma, Anita; Wellwood, James

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Free Content The acute surgical abdomen following Kyphoscoliosis corrective surgery
pp. W3-W5(3)
Authors: Andrews, SN; Sanders, G; Cooper, MJ

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Free Content A case of Sister Mary Joseph nodule associated with primary gastric lymphoma
pp. W6-W7(2)
Authors: Hopton, BP; Wyatt, JI; Ambrose, NS

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Free Content A rare case of adenocarcinoma arising within a duplication cyst of the rectum: curative excision with 9-year follow-up
pp. W8-W10(3)
Authors: Parvaiz, Amjad; Stevens, Roger JG; Lamparelli, Michael J; Jeffery, Patrick J

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Free Content Subcutaneous thigh fat necrosis as a result of tourniquet control during total knee arthroplasty
pp. W11-W13(3)
Authors: Tamvakopoulos, George S; Toms, Andoni P; Glasgow, Malcolm

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