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Background: The obvious advantages of rapid arterial anastomoses have prompted the continuing search for more rapid anastomotic techniques to complement the standard sutured anastomosis. Nonpenetrating, arcuate-legged titanium vascular closure staple (VCS) clips were initially developed for...
Background: Interest in the training and evaluation of laparoscopic skills is extending beyond the realm of the operating room to the use of laparoscopic simulators. The purpose of this study was to develop a series of structured tasks to objectively measure laparoscopic skills. This model was...
Background: Incubating blood with phosphoenolpyruvate decreases hemoglobin oxygen affinity (HOA). This study compared transfusion with phosphoenolpyruvate-treated blood and conventionally stored blood on oxygen consumption in acutely anemic dogs. Methods: Dogs underwent isovolemic hemodilution...
Background: Methods of teaching surgery in the outpatient setting and means to measure the effectiveness of these methods have not been defined. This study was designed to evaluate the impact of number of outpatient encounters on test scores for third-year medical students. Methods: Students...
Background: The Commission on Cancer data from the National Cancer Data Base (NCDB) relating to patients with malignant melanoma are used to examine patterns of long-term survival by patient gender and age, stage of disease, disease morphology, and anatomic subsite. Methods: Five calls for data...
Background: The focus of teaching for clinical breast evaluation has been the technique of breast examination. This study questions the relationship between breast examination technique and the ability to detect physical findings. Methods: This study examines the relationship between breast...
Background: The aim of the present study was to estimate, after vagotomy, the location and extension of residual vagal innervation of the gastric corpus mucosa by using the endoscopic Congo red test (ECRT) and its relation to recurrent ulcer (RU), as well as the results of quantitative gastric...
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