Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
June 2001 Volume 46 Number 3
“Modern mamgement of head injuries”
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Post-operative pain in needlescopic versus conventional laparoscopic cholecystectomy: a prospective randomised trial M. Look, S.P. Chew, Y.C. Tan, S.E. Liew, D.M.O. Cheong, J.C.H. Tan, S.B. Wee, C.H. Teh and C.H. Low
The delivery of surgical cleft care in the United Kingdom A.C. Williams, D. Bearn, J.D. Clark,W.C. Shaw and J.R. Sandy
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Bilateral gynaecomastia as the primary complaint in hyperthyroidism Y.K. Tan, C.R. Birch and D. Valerio
Muir-Torre syndrome J. Coldron and I. Reid
Obscure gastrointestinal bleeding due to carcinoid tumours of the small bowel: problems in diagnosis and localisation Norman Machado and Christopher S. Grant
Laparoscopic port site recurrence in the absence of intra-abdominal disease M.S. Patton and K.G.M. Park
Transient hemi-diaphragmatic paralysis following neck surgery: report of a case and review of the literature James A. McCaul and W. Stuart Hislop
Front cover photograph kindly supplied by Mr N. Buxton. See page 150 “Modern management of head injuries”
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