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.

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Volume 91, Number 4, May 2009

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Editorial

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Free Content Tempus fugit – 5 years as Editor-in-Chief
pp. 271-272(2)
Author: Taylor, Irving

Hunterian lecture

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Free Content Hernia surgery: from guidelines to clinical practice
pp. 273-279(7)
Author: Kingsnorth, Andrew N

Review

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Free Content Complications of bariatric surgery: presentation and emergency management – a review
pp. 280-286(7)
Authors: Monkhouse, SJW; Morgan, JDT; Norton, SA

Controversial topics in surgery

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Free Content Stapled transanal resection of the rectum (STARR) for the obstructed defaecation syndrome
pp. 287-291(5)
Authors: Dehn, Tom; Farouk, Ridzuan; Bhardwaj, R; Phillips, RKS

e-Letters – new additions

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Orthopaedics

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Free Content A one-stop carpal tunnel clinic
pp. 301-304(4)
Authors: Reid, MJ; David, LA; Nicholl, JE

New online only case reports

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Urology

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Free Content Assessing the feasibility of a one-stop approach to diagnosis for urological patients
pp. 305-309(5)
Authors: Coull, Nadine; Rottenberg, Giles; Rankin, Sheila; Pardos-Martinez, Maria; Coker, Bola; Jenkins, Elaine; O'Brien, Tim

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Free Content A survey of the peri-operative management of urological patients on clopidogrel
pp. 313-320(8)
Authors: Mukerji, Gaurav; Munasinghe, Indumina; Raza, Asif

Surgical training

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Free Content Surgeons' experience of learning psychological skills: a preliminary evaluation of a psychological skills training course
pp. 321-325(5)
Authors: Mason, Victoria; Balloo, Selina; Upton, Dominic; Heer, Kamal; Higton, Phil; Shiralkar, Uttam

Vascular surgery

Cardiothoracic surgery

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Free Content Are coronary angiograms of value in the risk stratification of patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery?
pp. 330-335(6)
Authors: Lawrence, David R; Somaskanthan, Rajael; Barnard, Matthew J; Curtis, Miles; Keogh, Bruce E

Breast surgery

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Free Content Testing the feasibility of intra-operative sentinel lymph node touch imprint cytology
pp. 336-339(4)
Authors: Hamidian Jahromi, Alireza; Narayanan, Sankaran; MacNeill, Fiona; Osin, Peter; Nerurkar, Ashutash; Gui, Gerald

Erratum

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pp. 339-339(1)

Case reports

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Free Content Isolated duodenal rupture due to go-karting accidents – braking news
pp. 340-343(4)
Authors: Thomas, Milan; Nath Basu, Narendra; Singh Gulati, Manpreet; Seager, Ruth; Oke, Tayo; Constantinescu, Gabriel; Siddiqui, Midhat

FastTrack papers – online ahead of print

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Technical Section: Technical notes & tips

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pp. 344-350(7)
Author: Campbell, Bruce

Letters and comments

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Free Content Comment on: A case in point
pp. 351-351(1)
Authors: Palmer, Mark A; Palmer, Mary

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pp. 351-351(1)
Author: Winstanley, John HR

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Free Content Comment 1: Laparoscopic appendicectomy: training implications
pp. 352-352(1)
Authors: Laughlan, KA; Needham, PJ; Botterill, ID; Ambrose, NS

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pp. 352-352(1)
Authors: Owais, AE; Wilson, TR; Aldoori, MI

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Free Content Comment 2: Lack of laparoscopic training at the junior level
pp. 352-353(2)
Authors: Ahmed, Kamran; Ashrafian, Hutan; Miskovic, Danilo

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pp. 353-353(1)
Authors: Wilson, TR; Owais, AE; Aldoori, MI

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Free Content Comment 3: Guidelines on the number of times a procedure should be performed by trainees
pp. 353-353(1)
Authors: Khan, Shakeeb; Ahmede, Jamil; MacFie, John

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pp. 354-354(1)
Authors: Owais, AE; Wilson, TR; Aldoori, MI

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Free Content Comment on: Acute blue finger – not always benign
pp. 354-354(1)
Authors: Appleton, ND; Kelleher, MD; Lewis, MH

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Free Content Comment on: Points for clarification
pp. 355-356(2)
Author: Birchley, David

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pp. 356-356(1)
Authors: Beasley, WD; Gibbons, CP

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Free Content Comment on: Reservations
pp. 356-357(2)
Authors: Mallick, Ismail H; Siddiqi, Najaf N; Kaur, Geetinder

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pp. 357-357(1)
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pp. 359-360(2)
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Free Content Comment on: Support for the selective approach to splenic flexure mobilisation
pp. 360-360(1)
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pp. 360-360(1)
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On-line Case Reports

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Free Content Delayed presentation of lateral femoral circumflex artery injury post cannulated hip screw surgery – a case report
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Authors: Davda, Kinner; Pollard, Thomas CB; Graham, Alastair J

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Free Content Local recurrence of osteosarcoma after 17 years
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Authors: Welck, MJ; Gikas, PD; Pearce, P; Bhumbra, R; Briggs, TWR; Cannon, S

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pp. W20-W21(2)
Authors: Sharma, Abiram; Theivacumar, Nada S; Souka, Hesham M

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