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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.

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Volume 93, Number 6, September 2011

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Editorial

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Free Content Maintaining surgical professionalism
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Author: Taylor, Irving

Hunterian Lecture

Peri-operative care series

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Free Content Peri-operative care series
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Authors: Shah, Jyoti; Fitz-Henry, Jo

Controversial topics in surgery

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Free Content Tennis elbow
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Authors: Kumar, Shyam; Stanley, David; Burke, Neil G; Mullett, Hannan

Review

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Free Content Single incision laparoscopic surgery in general surgery: a review
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Authors: Greaves, N; Nicholson, J

General surgery

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Free Content The management of oesophageal soft food bolus obstruction: a systematic review
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Authors: Leopard, D; Fishpool, S; Winter, S

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Free Content The impact of age on outcome after surgery for colorectal adenocarcinoma
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Free Content Early experience with laparoscopic extralevator abdominoperineal excision within an enhanced recovery setting: analysis of short-term outcomes and quality of life
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Authors: Vaughan-Shaw, PG; King, AT; Cheung, T; Beck, NE; Knight, JS; Nichols, PH; Nugent, KP; Pilkington, SA; Smallwood, JA; Mirnezami, AH

Orthopaedic surgery

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Free Content Trends in joint arthroplasty litigation over five years: the British experience
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Free Content Are leg length and hip offset comparable after hip resurfacing and cementless total hip arthroplasty?
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Free Content Often atypical? The distribution of sensory disturbance in carpal tunnel syndrome
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Vascular surgery

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Free Content Cardiopulmonary exercise testing provides a predictive tool for early and late outcomes in abdominal aortic aneurysm patients
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Urology

Technical Section: Technical notes and tips. Edited by Bruce Campbell

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Free Content Torpedo bone grafting
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Free Content Artificial erection in Peyronie's disease surgery
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Free Content Laparoscopic relief of meralgia paraesthetica
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Letters and comments

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Free Content Surgical safety
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Authors: Smith, J; Edwards, A

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Free Content Stressing the need for rapid referral of complex open fractures to a specialist centre
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Authors: Ali, AM; McMaster, JM; Atkins, BL; Cogswell, LK

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Free Content Comment on: Straight to colonoscopy: the ideal patient pathway for the 2-week suspected cancer referrals?
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Authors: Fallis, SA; Busby, K; Francombe, J; Osborne, MJ

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Free Content Author's response
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Authors: Beggs, AD; Bhate, RD; Irukulla, S; Achiek, M; Abulafi, AM

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Free Content Comment on: Plastering the thumb
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Authors: Khan, Muhammad K; Moor, James

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New online-only Case Reports – September listing

Online Case Reports

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