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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.