Our mission is to lead discovery, innovation and education in surgical sciences.
Surgical Grand Rounds
Variability in the reporting of renal function endpoints in immunosuppression trials in renal transplantation: time for consensus?
Knight SR. and Hussain S., (2016), Clin Transplant, 30, 1584 - 1590
The Safer Delivery of Surgical Services Program (S3): Explaining Its Differential Effectiveness and Exploring Implications for Improving Quality in Complex Systems.
Flynn LC. et al, (2016), Ann Surg, 264, 997 - 1003
Successful treatment of pelvic girdle pain with dorsal root ganglion stimulation.
Rowland DC. et al, (2016), Br J Neurosurg, 30, 685 - 686
Broome J., (2016), Philosophical Studies, 173, 3431 - 3448
Prostate-specific antigen patterns in US and European populations: comparison of six diverse cohorts.
Simpkin AJ. et al, (2016), BJU Int, 118, 911 - 918
Post-Traumatic Tremor and Thalamic Deep Brain Stimulation: Evidence for Use of Diffusion Tensor Imaging.
Boccard SG. et al, (2016), World Neurosurg, 96, 607.e7 - 607.e11
Patient-reported outcomes in the ProtecT randomized trial of clinically localized prostate cancer treatments: study design, and baseline urinary, bowel and sexual function and quality of life.
Lane A. et al, (2016), BJU Int, 118, 869 - 879
PALB2, CHEK2 and ATM rare variants and cancer risk: data from COGS.
Southey MC. et al, (2016), J Med Genet, 53, 800 - 811
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