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 88, Number 1, January 2006

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Editorial

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Free Content What makes the Annals fit for purpose? – Revisited
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Taylor, Irving

Review

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Controversial Topics in Surgery

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Free Content Achalasia of the cardia: dilatation or division?
pp. 9-12(4)
Author: Dehn, Tom

Trauma

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Free Content Hand washing rituals in trauma theatre: clean or dirty?
pp. 13-15(3)
Authors: Hajipour, L; Longstaff, L; Cleeve, V; Brewster, N; Bint, D; Henman, P

Trauma/Orthopaedics

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Free Content Magnetic tracking: a novel method of assessing anterior cruciate ligament deficiency
pp. 16-17(2)
Authors: Kundra, RK; Moorehead, JD; Barton-Hanson, N; Montgomery, SC

Emergency surgery

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Free Content Plain abdominal radiographs: can we interpret them?
pp. 23-26(4)
Authors: Lim, C Beverly B; Chen, Vivian; Barsam, Allon; Berger, Jeremy; Harrison, Richard A

e-Letters – new additions

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New on-line only case reports

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Emergency surgery

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Vascular

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Free Content Surgical treatment of varicose veins: effect of rationing
pp. 37-39(3)
Authors: Harris, Mark RE; Davies, R Justin; Brown, Suki; Jones, Stephen M; Eyers, Paul S; Chester, John F

Surgical oncology

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Free Content Prevalence of HIV status and CD4 counts in a surgical cohort: their relationship to clinical outcome
pp. 46-51(6)
Authors: Čačala, SR; Mafana, E; Thomson, SR; Smith, A

Audit

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Free Content From meeting presentation to peer-review publication – a UK review
pp. 52-56(5)
Authors: Weale, AR; Edwards, AG; Lear, PA; Morgan, JDT

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Free Content Publication of surgical abstracts in full text: a retrospective cohort study
pp. 57-61(5)
Authors: Balasubramanian, SP; Kumar, ID; Wyld, L; Reed, MW

Urology

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Free Content Is there a role for the intravenous urogram in the 21st century?
pp. 62-65(4)
Authors: Whitfield, AHN; Whitfield, HN

The Royal College of Surgeons' Research Fellowships

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Free Content The Royal College of Surgeons' Research Fellowships
pp. 66-73(8)
Author: Taylor, Irving

Technical Section: Technical Notes & Tips

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Free Content Technical Section: Technical Notes & Tips
pp. 74-78(5)
Author: Campbell, Bruce

NICE news in the annals

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Free Content NICE news in the annals
pp. 79-81(3)
Authors: Bent, Nicola; Bond, Bev; Leng, Gillian

Selected internet viewings

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Free Content Selected internet viewings
pp. 82-83(2)
Author: Cheshire, Nick

Book Reviews

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Free Content Book Reviews
pp. 84-88(5)

Letters and comments

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Free Content Author's Response
pp. 89-90(2)
Author: Whelan, Peter

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Online Case Reports

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Free Content Diagnosis and conservative treatment of tubercular rectoprostatic fistula
pp. W1-W4(4)
Authors: Kumar, Santosh; Kekre, Nitin S; Gopalakrishnan, Ganesh

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Free Content Gastro-colonic anastomosis – a viable option in extensive small bowel infarction
pp. W5-W7(3)
Authors: Thomas, AD; Rocker, MD; Morris-Stiff, G; Lewis, MH

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