Aims and Scope
Mathews Journal of Surgery (ISSN 2575-9531) — is an open-access journal publishes original studies and reports, which provide significance and board impact on a wider audience. The main scope of the journal is in its primary sections of pediatric surgery, thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, reconstructive surgery, vascular surgery, neurosurgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, vascular surgery, craniofacial surgery, colon, and rectal surgery.
Editors and Editorial Board
The editorial process of surgery journals and decisions on manuscripts submitted to the journal are the responsibility of the Editorial Board and journal staff.
Mathews Journal of Surgery (MJS) Print ISSN: 2575-9531 and Online ISSN: 2575-9531 is published Bimonthly, a Volume/year.
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Published : 23rd October 2019
Authors : Shaoguang Feng, Yi Lou, Aihe Wang, and Weiguang Liu*
Citation : Citation: Liu W. (2019). Thoracoscopic versus Open Repair of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Mathews J Surgery. 3(1): 13.
Published : 10th October 2018
Authors : Sánchez López José Darío1* , Cariati Paolo1 , Cambil Martín Jacobo2 , Villegas Calvo Mercedes3 , Moreno Martín María Luisa4
Citation : Darío SLJ, Paolo C, Jacobo CM, Mercedes VC, et al. (2018). Surgical Management Of Maxillary Osteonecrosis Associated With Bisphosphonate Treatment: Case Report And Literature Review. Mathews J Surgery. 2(1): 012.
Published : 08th October 2018
Authors : Silvia Santiago Maniega, Hector J. Aguado, Blanca Ariño Palao, Ricardo León Fernández, Clarisa Simón Pérez, Gonzalo Martinez Municio, Miguel Angel Martín Ferrero
Citation : Aguado HJ, Maniega SS, Palao BA, Fernández RL, et al. (2018). Femoral Neck Stress Fracture in Elderly Population: A Case Report. M J Surg. 2(1): 011.
Published : 27th July 2018
Authors : Jorge Issac Sandoval Rodríguez1 *, David Roland de Rungs Brown1 , Ricardo Cesár Pacheco López1
Citation : Rodríguez JIS, Brown DRDR and López RCP. (2018). First Dorsal Metacarpal Artery Flap for Thumb Reconstruction. M J Surg. 2(1): 010.
Published : 04th January 2018
Authors : Pérez Lara FJ1 , Hernández González JM1 , Hernández Carmona JM1 , Oliva Muñoz H2
Citation : Pérez Lara FJ, Hernández González JM, Hernández Carmona JM and Oliva Muñoz H. (2018). Use of the Endo Retract II © in laparoscopic Colon Surgery. M J Surg. 2(1): 009.
Published : 26th June 2017
Authors : Aleksandar R1 *, Vladimir R2 , Miroslav D1 , Arafeh M3 , Aleksandra Aleksic1 , Milan Gojgic1
Citation : Aleksandar R, Vladimir R, Miroslav D, Arafeh M, et al. (2017). A Rare Case OF a Small Bowel Obstruction Caused By a Ileal Neuroendocrine Tumor. Mathews J Surgery. 1(2): 008.
Published : 28th April 2017
Authors : Zhong Jia*, Yu Zhou, Wei-Zhuo Wang, Wei-Yan Fu
Citation : Jia Z, Yu Z, Wang WZ and Fu WY. (2017). Postoperative Duodenal Obstruction Triggered By Undesired Disruption of Duodenal Blood Supply During Surgery-Clinical Problem Solving. Mathews J Surgery. 1(2): 007.
Published : 09th March 2017
Authors : Gong Jian-Hua*, Zhou Yu, Kong Siya
Citation : Jian-Hua G, Yu Z and Siya K. (2017). Terlipressin Abuse: An Occult Killer for Patients with Critical Condition. Method Mathews J Surgery. 1(2): 006.
Published : 27th February 2017
Authors : Yoshimasa Kishi1 , Tetsuya Yumoto1 , Kohei Tsukahara1 , Atsuyoshi Iida1 , Satoru Kikuchi2 , Shinji Kuroda2 , Hiromichi Naito1 , Yasuaki Yamakawa1 , Toshiyoshi Fujiwara2 , Atsunori Nakao1*
Citation : Kishi Y, Yumoto T, Tsukahara K, Nakao A, et al. (2017). A Rare Presentation of Acute Abdomen due to Intersigmoid Hernia Successfully Treated by Laparoscopic Surgery. Mathews J Surgery. 1(2): 005.