Annals of Surgery
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The Annals of Surgery is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal of surgical science and practice.
LippincottWilliams & WilkinsLippincott, Williams & Wilkins
It was started in 1885 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (United States, United Kingdom).
Their publication, Annals of Surgery, was started in 1885.
Dallas B. Phemister, MD
During his career, he was the president of the American Surgical Association and the American College of Surgeons, and was a member of the editorial board of the journal Annals of Surgery.
The visual abstract is a type of graphical abstract first introduced by Annals of Surgery’s Creative Editor Andrew Ibrahim, MD, from the Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation, Department of Surgery, University of Michigan.
Frederick T. van Beuren, Jr.John M. van Beuren
He contributed to the Annals of Surgery.
Instrument or object left in a patient after surgerysurgical instrumentsUnintended retention of a foreign body in a patient after surgery
However a study done in 2008 reported to the Annals of Surgery that mistakes in tool and sponge counts happened in 12.5% of surgeries.
This research was published in articles that appeared in the Annals of Surgery (1968), Acta Hepato-splenologica (1970), and the Journal of the Oklahoma Medical Association (1968).
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His papers have appeared in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, Pharmacotherapy, Critical Care Medicine, JAMA, Annals of Surgery, Archives of Surgery, American Journal of Surgery, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, and Surgical Infections.
Patrick Wensley Clarkson
G. Tom ShiresTom Shires, M.D.
He also served on the editorial boards of many medical and surgical journals, including Annals of Surgery, Annual Review of Medicine, Archives of Surgery, American Journal of Surgery, Journal of Clinical Surgery and Journal of Trauma.
She wrote the following papers: “The Health of Criminal Women,” American Social Science Association, Saratoga, 1882; “Prison Discipline,” American Association of Charities and Corrections, 1883; “A Critical Study of the Biceps Cruris Muscle and Its Relation to Diseases in and around the Knee Joint,” Annals of Surgery, November, 1891; “The Influence of Habits of Posture upon the Symmetry and Health of the Body,” Brooklyn Medical Journal, July, 1892; “Habitual Postures of School Children,” Educational Review, New York, October, 1892; “Habits of Posture a Cause of Deformity and Displacement of the Uterus,” Transactions of the Pan-American Medical Congress, September, 1893; and “The Importance of Maintaining the Pelvis in Normal Obliquity,” Transactions of the American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education, 1894.
Zollinger-Ellison syndromeZESZollinger-Ellison tumour
The American Surgical Association meeting in Philadelphia in April 1955 heard the first public description of the syndrome, and Zollinger and Ellison subsequently published their findings in Annals of Surgery.