1st edition, published in 2013
This new resource picks up where other surgical references leave off, providing highly visual, step-by-step guidance on more than 100 advanced and complex procedures in both general and subspecialty areas.
Published in 2006.
Helps bridge that information gap by providing a guide to the day-to-day processes of the intern and resident in surgery and prepares trainees to not only survive but to thrive in this intense environment.
BJS is the premier surgical journal in Europe and one of the top six surgical periodicals in the world. Its international readership is reflected in the prestigious international Editorial Board, supported by a panel of over 1200 reviewers worldwide.
Incorporating European Journal of Surgery and Swiss Surgery.
A Journal formed by the union of British Journal of Surgery, Acta Chirurgica Scandinavica, publisher of European Journal of Surgery, and the Swiss Society of Surgery, publisher of Swiss Surgery.
Each issue features original scientific contributions and clinical reports. Peer-reviewed articles cover topics in oncology, trauma, gastrointestinal, vascular, and transplantation surgery. The journal also publishes papers from the meetings of its sponsoring societies, the the Society of University Surgeons, Central Surgical Association, and the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons.
Each bimonthly issue is devoted to a single topic relevant to the busy surgeon, with articles written by experts in the field. Case studies and complete references are also included to give you the most thorough data you need to stay on top of your practice.
Topics include general surgery, alimentary surgery, abdominal surgery, critical care surgery, trauma surgery, endocrine surgery, breast cancer surgery, transplantation, pediatric surgery, and vascular surgery.
Textbooks, cases, and Q&A selected with medical students in mind.
-Textbook recommendations that are suited for medical students
-Cases to prepare you for surgical situations you are likely to handle
-Q&A created for clerks