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The Southeastern Surgical Congress owns and publishes The American Surgeon monthly. It is the official journal of the Congress and the Southern California Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, which all members receive each month. The journal brings up to date clinical advances in surgical knowledge in a popular reference format. In addition to publishing papers presented at the annual meetings of the associated organizations, the journal publishes selected unsolicited manuscripts. If you have a manuscript you'd like to see published in The American Surgeon select "Information for Authors" from the Related Information options below. A Copyright Release Form must accompany all manuscripts submitted.

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Volume 73, Number 2, February 2007

Changes in Surgical Education: What Does the Future Hold?
pp. 97-99(3)
Author: Richardson, J. David

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Workforce Issues in General Surgery
pp. 100-108(9)
Author: Sheldon, George F

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Fundamental Changes in General Surgery Residency Training
pp. 109-113(5)
Author: Bass, Barbara Lee

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A Young Surgeon’s Perspective on Alternate Surgical Training Pathways
pp. 114-119(6)
Author: Sutherland, Michael J.

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Maintenance of Certification
pp. 143-147(5)
Author: Rhodes, Robert S.

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Training Surgeons for Rural America
pp. 148-151(4)
Author: Cogbill, Thomas H.

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The Evolution of Practice and Training in Vascular Surgery
pp. 152-154(3)
Author: Towne, Jonathan B.

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Changes in Thoracic Surgery Training
pp. 155-156(2)
Author: Kron, Irving L.

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Training in Trauma and Emergency Surgery
pp. 157-160(4)
Author: Jurkovich, Gregory J.

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Gender Issues in Surgical Training: From Minority to Mainstream
pp. 161-165(5)
Author: Borman, Karen R.

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Simulated Surgical Skills Training: Modern-Day Surgical Homework
pp. 166-170(5)
Authors: Burns, R. Phillip; Burkholder, Hans C.

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Training the Surgical Scientist: How Can that Be Accomplished?
pp. 171-173(3)
Author: Courtney, M. Townsend

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Long-Term Results of Endoscopic Adrenalectomy for Conn's Syndrome
pp. 174-180(7)
Authors: Gockel, Ines; Heintz, A; Polta, M; Junginger, T

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What Happens to Patients Who Do Not Follow-Up after Bariatric Surgery?
pp. 181-184(4)
Authors: Harper, Jason; Madan, Atul K.; Ternovits, Craig A.; Tichansky, David S.

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“Shift Work” Improves Survival and Reduces Intensive Care Unit Use in Seriously Injured Patients
pp. 185-191(7)
Authors: Shen, Luke Y.; Helmer, Stephen D.; Huang, Jennifer; Niyakorn, Gerayu; Smith, R. Stephen

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The Effect of Stress-Reducing, Low-Dose Ethanol Infusion on Frequency of Bleeding Complications in Long-Term Alcoholic Patients Undergoing Major Surgery
pp. 192-198(7)
Authors: Schoenfeld, Helge; Von Heymann, Christian; Lau, Alexandra; Krocker, Doerte; Neuner, Bruno; Schink, Tania; Schwenk, Wolfgang; Spies, Claudia D.

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The Hazards of Using Administrative Data to Measure Surgical Quality
pp. 199-199(1)
Authors: Fry, Donald E.; Pine, Michael B.; Jordan, Harmon S.; Hoaglund, David C.; Jones, Barbara; Meimban, Roger

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