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1 AL02CUMULATIVE SUM (CUSUM) TECHNIQUES TO MONITOR PERFORMANCE AND PROVIDE FEEDBACK W atters, D. A. K.
2007
77 s1 p. A20
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2 AL04INTRODUCTION: THE CONCERNS OF THE FOUNDERS B easley, A. W.
2007
77 s1 p. A20
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3 AL05OF STRINGS AND SPLINTS AND WARS AND WOUNDS J effery, A. K.
2007
77 s1 p. A20
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4 AL01PACIFIC ISLANDS PROJECT – PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE W atters, D. A. K.
2007
77 s1 p. A20
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5 AL03RECONCILIATION B easley, A. W.
2007
77 s1 p. A20
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6 AUTHOR INDEX 2007
77 s1 p. A103-A108
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7 BS24APOPTOSIS: WHY SURGEONS NEED TO UNDERSTAND IT B undred, N. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A6
artikel
8 BS19BRCA 1 & BRCA2 GENE TESTING FOR BREAST AND OVARIAN CANCER IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND – THE GTG EXPERIENCE F irgaira, F.
2007
77 s1 p. A5
artikel
9 BS25BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH TRANSVERSE RECTUS ABDOMINUS MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP C odner, M. A.
2007
77 s1 p. A6-A7
artikel
10 BS18DCIS AND TREATMENT B undred, N. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A4
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11 BS20FAMILIAL GYNAECOLOGICAL CANCER – ASPECTS OF CLINICAL MANAGEMENT S ykes, P.
2007
77 s1 p. A5
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12 BS01LOCALLY ADVANCED BREAST CANCER: NEED FOR A CO-ORDINATED, MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH C han, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A1
artikel
13 BS02MODERN APPROACH TO PALLIATIVE CARE G rundy, K.
2007
77 s1 p. A1
artikel
14 BS05NIPPLE INVERSION: AETIOLOGY AND INVESTIGATION P oole, G. H.
2007
77 s1 p. A1-A2
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15 BS07PATENT BLUE AND SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY – THE NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE P ochin, R. S. B.
2007
77 s1 p. A2
artikel
16 BS06PATIENT-RATED OUTCOME MEASURES WERE MORE SENSITIVE THAN CLINICIAN-RATED MEASURES AT DISTINGUISHING THE EFFECTS OF SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY AND AXILLARY CLEARANCE IN THE SNAC TRIAL S mith, M. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A2
artikel
17 BS03PATTERNS AND PROGNOSIS OF BREAST CANCER RECURRENCE G illett, D. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A1
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18 BS15PFACILITATING NATIONAL CONSISTENCY IN BREAST CANCER DATA COLLECTION R oder, D.
2007
77 s1 p. A4
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19 BS16PMULTIFOCAL BREAST CANCER: WHICH DIMENSIONS CORRELATE WITH NODAL SPREAD AND OUTCOME? P hillips, C.
2007
77 s1 p. A4
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20 BS12PREDICTIVE MARKERS FOR BREAST CANCER NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY S yed, S.
2007
77 s1 p. A3
artikel
21 BS22PROGNOSTIC INDEX IN SCREEN-DETECTED BREAST CANCER B undred, N. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A5-A6
artikel
22 BS17PUTILISATION OF CYTOLOGICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BREAST CANCER BY NEW ZEALAND SURGEONS S carlett, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A4
artikel
23 BS21SCREENING FOR BREAST CANCER – THE UK APPROACH B undred, N. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A5
artikel
24 BS08SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY IN LARGER OR MULTIFOCAL BREAST CANCERS: TO DO OR NOT TO DO B ehm, E. C.
2007
77 s1 p. A2
artikel
25 BS23TARGETED THERAPY B undred, N. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A6
artikel
26 BS13THE EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT OF INFLAMMATORY BREAST DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH THE ISOLATION OF LIPOPHILIC CORYNEBACTERIA S kinner, A. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A3
artikel
27 BS10THE PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE OVEREXPRESSION OF THE GROWTH FACTOR CRIPTO IN PATIENTS WITH BREAST CANCER C armalt, H. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A3
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28 BS11THE ROLE OF PRE-OPERATIVE MRI IN PATIENTS WITH INVASIVE LOBULAR CARCINOMA OF BREAST E dirimanne, S.
2007
77 s1 p. A3
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29 BS04TRASTUZUMAB (HERCEPTIN): REVIEW OF ADJUVANT TRIALS IN EARLY BREAST CANCER C han, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A1
artikel
30 BS14UPDATE ON IN SITU PROLIFERATIONS OF THE BREAST H arris, G. C.
2007
77 s1 p. A3
artikel
31 BS09WHY WOMEN IN TARANAKI CHOOSE MASTECTOMY OVER BREAST CONSERVATION G ollop, S. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A2
artikel
32 CR05BACTERIA NOT COMMONLY ASSOCIATED WITH HUMAN FAECES IMPLICATED IN ETIOLOGY OF POUCHITIS T hompson-F awcett, M. W.
2007
77 s1 p. A15-A16
artikel
33 CR07CONTINUOUS WOUND INFUSION OF LOCAL ANAESTHETIC IN THE CONTROL OF PAIN FOLLOWING ELECTIVE ABDOMINAL COLORECTAL SURGERY P olglase, A. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A16
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34 CR06DEFICIENCIES IN PATHOLOGICAL REPORTING OF COLORECTAL CANCER IN VICTORIA R obinson, D. R.
2007
77 s1 p. A16
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35 CR14EFFICACY OF PERITONECTOMY FOR PERITONEAL CARCINOMATOSIS FROM COLORECTAL CANCER Y an, T. D.
2007
77 s1 p. A18
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36 CR12ENTEROCUTANEOUS FISTULAE – ARE WE GETTING IT RIGHT? G yorki, D. E.
2007
77 s1 p. A17
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37 CR10LAPAROSCOPIC RIGHT HEMICOLECTOMY PERFORMED DURING THE ‘LEARNING CURVE PHASE’ DOES NOT IMPACT ON ONCOLOGICAL RESECTION M ignanelli, E.
2007
77 s1 p. A17
artikel
38 CR15LOCAL RECURRENCE AFTER CURATIVE RESECTION FOR RECTAL CANCER IS ASSOCIATED WITH ANTERIOR POSITION OF THE TUMOUR R ickard, M. J. F. X.
2007
77 s1 p. A18
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39 CR09MANAGING FAECAL INCONTINENCE: THE ROLE OF PTQ INJECTIONS G ett, R. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A16
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40 CR08ONE YEAR EXPERIENCE WITH FAST-TRACK SURGERY FOR ELECTIVE COLONIC RESECTION Z argar S hoshtari, K.
2007
77 s1 p. A16
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41 CR11PATIENT RECALL OF INFORMED CONSENT INFORMATION PRIOR TO COLONOSCOPY T homson, I. G.
2007
77 s1 p. A17
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42 CR17PLAPAROSCOPIC COLECTOMY: A STUDY OF OPEN CONVERSION T an, P. Y.
2007
77 s1 p. A18
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43 CR18PLAPAROSCOPIC VS OPEN TOTAL MESORECTAL EXCISION FOR RECTAL CANCER: AN EVALUATION OF THE MESORECTUM’S MACROSCOPIC QUALITY B reukink, S. O.
2007
77 s1 p. A18-A19
artikel
44 CR21PMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC PELVIC SURGERY IS UNCOMMON WHEN PERFORMED BY SURGEONS BEYOND THEIR “LEARNING CURVE” J ones, O. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A19
artikel
45 CR16PMETHYLENE BLUE INJECTION REDUCES PAIN AFTER LATERAL ANAL SPHINCTERTOMY S eow-C hoen, F.
2007
77 s1 p. A18
artikel
46 CR20PNEED FOR STOMA DETERMINES LENGTH OF STAY AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC RECTAL SURGERY AND NOT CONVERSION TO OPEN SURGERY J ones, O. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A19
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47 CR22PPERINEAL FLAP RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWING EXTENDED RESECTION FOR PELVIC MALIGNANCY Y eo, A. W.
2007
77 s1 p. A19
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48 CR19PTHE VALUE OF BEDSIDE COLONOSCOPY FOR THE CRITICALLY ILL PATIENT IN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT K ao, K. T.
2007
77 s1 p. A19
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49 CR02RECTAL ENDOMETRIOSIS: THE RESULTS OF RADICAL EXCISION B rouwer, R.
2007
77 s1 p. A15
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50 CR01SHORT GUT SYNDROME H eriot, A. G.
2007
77 s1 p. A15
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51 CR04SIX YEAR, PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF RECTAL BLEEDING CLINICS AT THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL, ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA L ee, J. S. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A15
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52 CR03SMOKING IS A MAJOR RISK FACTOR FOR ANASTOMOTIC LEAK AFTER LOW ANTERIOR RESECTION R ichards, C. H.
2007
77 s1 p. A15
artikel
53 CR13UTILITY OF 18-FLUORODEOXYGLUCOSE POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY (FDG-PET) IN THE STAGING AND MANAGEMENT OF ANAL CANCER T asevski, R.
2007
77 s1 p. A17
artikel
54 CT09ACUTE ISCHAEMIC VENTRICULAR SEPTAL RUPTURE – A FORMIDABLE SURGICAL CHALLENGE S ibal, A. K.
2007
77 s1 p. A9
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55 CT27A HISTORY OF ERRORS AND THE CHRISTCHURCH SOLUTION S haw, D. P.
2007
77 s1 p. A13
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56 CT06AORTIC FAT PAD AND NEW ATRIAL FIBRILLATION POST CARDIAC SURGERY. CARDIAC LYMPHATICS REVISITED L upinski, R. W.
2007
77 s1 p. A9
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57 CT02A STUDY TO EVALUATE VARIOUS TECHNIQUES OF CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING S inghal, P.
2007
77 s1 p. A8
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58 CT11CARBON DIOXIDE FLOODING IN CARDIAC SURGERY: AN OLD TECHNIQUE REVISITED B haskar, N. I. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A10
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59 CT25CPAP: AN OVERVIEW AND CURRENT APPLICATIONS S haw, G. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A13
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60 CT28CREATING THE “ERROR ENVIRONMENT” M erry, A. F.
2007
77 s1 p. A13
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61 CT16HYBRID OPEN AND ENDOVASCULAR PROCEDURES FOR COMPLEX AORTIC PATHOLOGY IN THE HIGH-RISK SURGICAL PATIENT N eale, M. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A11
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62 CT31HYPERBARIC OXYGEN IN POST-CARDIAC SURGERY STROKE PATIENTS – THE CHRISTCHURCH EXPERIENCE G ibson, A. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A14
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63 CT24ICU PROTOCOLS B owie, D. R.
2007
77 s1 p. A12-A13
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64 CT01IMPACT OF COMPLETION ANGIOGRAPHY AFTER SURGICAL CORONARY REVASCULARIZATION K umar, S.
2007
77 s1 p. A8
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65 CT10MANAGING DEEP STERNAL WOUND INFECTIONS WITH VACUUM ASSISTED CLOSURE C hen, Y.
2007
77 s1 p. A10
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66 CT26MANAGING THE HUMAN FACTOR H enderson, R.
2007
77 s1 p. A13
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67 CT29MECHANICAL VALVE HISTORY –“MEDTRONIC” TELECONFERENCE PRESENTATION C ampbell, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A13-A14
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68 CT05MECHANICAL VALVE OR TISSUE VALVE: DO PATIENTS REGRET THEIR DECISION? M acemon, J. B.
2007
77 s1 p. A9
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69 CT20PENDOBRONCHIAL PALLIATION USING ND:YAG LASER IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED SURVIVAL WHEN COMBINED WITH MULTIMODAL ADJUVANT TREATMENTS H an, C.
2007
77 s1 p. A12
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70 CT30PERCUTANEOUS VALVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHALLENGES C ampbell, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A14
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71 CT17PIMAGES OF AN INFARCT RELATED INCOMPLETE LEFT VENTRICULAR RUPTURE MANAGED WITH PERICARDIAL PATCH REPAIR G alvin, S. D.
2007
77 s1 p. A11
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72 CT18PRADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION OF LUNG TUMOURS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Z hu, J. C.
2007
77 s1 p. A11-A12
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73 CT14PREDICTING ONE-YEAR SURVIVAL AFTER SURGERY FOR EARLY STAGE NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER O’ keefe, M.
2007
77 s1 p. A10-A11
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74 CT13PREVENTION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AFTER CABG WITH OMEGA-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS C ole, C. M. W.
2007
77 s1 p. A10
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75 CT19PTRICUSPID VALVE REPAIR IN ‘TORRENTIAL TRICUSPID REGURGITATION’ FOLLOWING PERMANENT PACEMAKER LEAD EXTRACTION – A CASE REPORT M ehrotra, D.
2007
77 s1 p. A12
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76 CT03RESULTS OF LEFT CORONARY OSTIOPLASTY FOR PROXIMAL SHORT SEGMENT LEFT MAIN STENOSIS P eeceeyen, C. S.
2007
77 s1 p. A8
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77 CT15RISK STRATIFICATION MODELS FOR HEART VALVE SURGERY Y ap, C. H.
2007
77 s1 p. A11
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78 CT12SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DESCENDING NECROTIZING MEDIASTINITIS K ejriwal, N. K.
2007
77 s1 p. A10
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79 CT08SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS: OUR EXPERIENCE D as, D.
2007
77 s1 p. A9
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80 CT07THE UNIVERSAL ANASTOMOTIC STENT – A NOVEL PROXIMAL CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS ANASTOMOTIC DEVICE H arden, M. P.
2007
77 s1 p. A9
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81 CT04ULTRA MINIMALLY INVASIVE MITRAL VALVE SURGERY WITHOUT AORTIC CROSS CLAMP K umar, S.
2007
77 s1 p. A8
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82 CT23WHAT’S NEW IN ICU S haw, G. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A12
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83 CT32WHEN TO CALL THE SURGEON S haw, D. P.
2007
77 s1 p. A14
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84 ES06ADRENALECTOMY IN THE LAPAROSCOPIC ERA B oldery, J.
2007
77 s1 p. A22
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85 ES12CAN GIANT PARATHYROID ADENOMAS BE SAFELY REMOVED BY MINIMALLY INVASIVE PARATHYROIDECTOMY? M eyer-R ochow, G. Y.
2007
77 s1 p. A23
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86 ES08DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES OF ADRENOCORTICAL CARCINOMA-A 3-INSTITUTION EXPERIENCE I misairi, A. H.
2007
77 s1 p. A22
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87 ES11INCREASING INCIDENCE OF THYROID CANCER IN RETROSTERNAL GOITRE G rodski, S.
2007
77 s1 p. A23
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88 ES07MICROARRAY GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF HUMAN ADRENOCORTICAL TUMOURS S oon, P. S. H.
2007
77 s1 p. A22
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89 ES15PATYPICAL FOLLICULAR’ FNAC – RELATIONSHIP WITH FINAL HISTOPATHOLOGY P ang, T.
2007
77 s1 p. A24
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90 ES13PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA – AN ANALYSIS OF 123 PATIENTS S elvan, C. K.
2007
77 s1 p. A24
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91 ES17PIPTH FACILITATES DAY 1 DISCHARGE AFTER TOTAL THYROIDECTOMY: THE FIRST 50 CASES G rodski, S.
2007
77 s1 p. A25
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92 ES19PLAPAROSCOPIC ADRENALECTOMY FOR PHAEOCHROMOCYTOMA IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE M eyer-R ochow, G. Y.
2007
77 s1 p. A25
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93 ES18PROLE OF EXTERNAL RADIOTHERAPY IN PARATHYROID CARCINOMA N air, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A25
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94 ES20PTHE SURGICAL APPROACH TO THE ADRENAL GLAND – THE CHANGING PRACTICE R ohana, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A25
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95 ES14PTHYROID CANCERS IN CHILDHOOD – A PROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF THE MALAYSIAN POPULATION H arjit, K.
2007
77 s1 p. A24
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96 ES05ROUTINE PARAFIBROMIN IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY OF LARGE PARATHYROID ADENOMAS IS NOT AN EFFECTIVE SCREENING STRATEGY FOR CARCINOMA M eyer-R ochow, G. Y.
2007
77 s1 p. A22
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97 ES02SIGNIFICANCE OF LYMPH NODE MICROMETASTASES IN PAPILLARY THYROID CARCINOMA C ranshaw, I. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A21
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98 ES10SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF WELL-DIFFERENTIATED THYROID CANCERS; RISK GROUP STRATIFICATION AND PREDICTORS OF OUTCOME S arinah, B.
2007
77 s1 p. A23
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99 ES03THE DELPHIC LYMPH NODE AND THYROID CANCER I saacs, J. D.
2007
77 s1 p. A21
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100 ES01THE IMPACT OF SYNOPTIC CYTOLOGY REPORTING ON THYROIDECTOMY RATE IN A SINGLE INSTITUITION T san, C. J. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A21
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101 ES09THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY ENDOCRINE SURGERY DATABASE: 50 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS DATA ACCRUAL R eeve, T. S.
2007
77 s1 p. A23
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102 ES04TOTAL THYROIDECTOMY – DOES UNDERLYING PATHOLOGY EFFECT PARATHYROID AUTOTRANSPLANTATION AND RELATED COMPLICATIONS? E brahimi, H.
2007
77 s1 p. A21
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103 GS07ABDOMINAL WALL COMPONENTS SEPARATION TECHNIQUE FOR CLOSURE OF VENTRAL DEFECTS – INITIAL EXPERIENCE AND LESSONS LEARNT W axman, B. P.
2007
77 s1 p. A27
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104 GS10AN ACUTE CARE SURGICAL SERVICE – A CHANGE IN PARADIGM P arasyn, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A28
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105 GS08ANASTAMOTIC LEAK RATES FOR COLORECTAL CANCER RESECTION IN A REGIONAL BASE HOSPITAL Y ang, S. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A27
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106 GS06A PROSPECTIVE NON-RANDOMIZED STUDY OF 737 CONSECUTIVE CASES OF LAPAROSCOPIC INGUINAL/FEMORAL HERNIA REPAIR: SUPERIORITY OF THE LAPAROSCOPIC EXTRAPERITONEAL APPROACH BY A SPECIALIST HERNIOLOGIST T ran, H. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A27
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107 GS09AUTOPSY IN GENERAL SURGERY: A COMPARISON OF PRACTICE AND OPINION S tiven, P. N.
2007
77 s1 p. A27-A28
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108 GS04CAN EVIDENCE BASED PROFORMA’S AND DEPARTMENTAL AUDIT IMPROVE THE MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS? L ienert, A. R.
2007
77 s1 p. A26
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109 GS01INGUINAL HERNIORRHAPHY USING KUGEL PATCH A li, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A26
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110 GS02LATERAL LAPAROSCOPIC SPLENECTOMY: THE AUCKLAND CITY HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE W indsor, J. A.
2007
77 s1 p. A26
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111 GS26PABDOMINAL WALL ENDOMETRIOMA FOLLOWING CAESAREAN SECTION W hitfield, R. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A31
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112 GS16PBEST PRACTICE FOR ASSESSMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS H orrocks, E.
2007
77 s1 p. A29
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113 GS18PCASE SERIES: OBTURATOR HERNIA F ernando, M. A. P.
2007
77 s1 p. A29-A30
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114 GS24PCOMPLIANCE WITH SURGICAL ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS GUIDELINES IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA R usso, P. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A31
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115 GS15PIS THERE A BETTER WAY TO DETERMINE PRIVATE SURGICAL FEES IN NEW ZEALAND? W indsor, J. A.
2007
77 s1 p. A29
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116 GS11PLAPAROSCOPIC ANTERIOR RECTOPEXY: CURES RECTAL PROLAPSE AND IMPROVES PREOP CONSTIPATION WITHOUT INDUCING NEW-ONSET CONSTIPATION C ollinson, R. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A28
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117 GS29PLAPAROSCOPIC APPENDICECTOMY: TO DO OR NOT TO DO R eddy, C.
2007
77 s1 p. A32
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118 GS28PLAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY FOR OBESE PATIENTS L i, S. W.
2007
77 s1 p. A32
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119 GS12PMANAGEMENT OF UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL HAEMORRHAGE IN A DISTRICT HOSPITAL D ayoub, I.
2007
77 s1 p. A28
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120 GS13POUTCOME OF TRANS-ANAL EXCISION FOR RECTAL CANCER B anerjee, S.
2007
77 s1 p. A28
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121 GS23PPAEDIATRIC SURGERY PERFORMED BY GENERAL SURGEONS IN A PROVINCIAL NEW ZEALAND (NZ) HOSPITAL P eng, S. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A31
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122 GS25PPOSTOPERATIVE NIL BY MOUTH – SIMPLY A SURGICAL DOGMA OR SCIENTIFICALLY SOUND PRACTICE? A shrafi, A. N.
2007
77 s1 p. A31
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123 GS31PPROSPECTIVE OCTOGENERIAN GENERAL SURGICAL AUDIT: PREDICTING POST-OPERATIVE AND NON-OPERATIVE MORTALITY USING MINIMUM CLINICAL DATA SET N ichols, K. G.
2007
77 s1 p. A32-A33
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124 GS22PPROTOCOLS FOR MANAGEMENT OF BOWEL OBSTRUCTION MAY NOT IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES M ignanelli, E.
2007
77 s1 p. A30
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125 GS14PROUTINE USE OF MEDICAL EMERGENCY TEAMS IN MANAGING SURGICAL EMERGENCIES K im, H. K.
2007
77 s1 p. A29
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126 GS17PSIMPLIFIED SURGERY FOR PILONIDAL SINUS C laxton, R. C.
2007
77 s1 p. A29
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127 GS20PSINGLE-CENTRE EXPERIENCE WITH MESH REPAIR OF ABDOMINAL HERNIA IN CAPD PATIENTS J ohns, E. M.
2007
77 s1 p. A30
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128 GS27PTECHNIQUES FOR CLOSURE OF MIDLINE ABDOMINAL INCISIONS A li, A.
2007
77 s1 p. A32
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129 GS21PTHE USE OF ADJUVANT THERAPIES IN COLORECTAL CANCER AT A REGIONAL CENTRE M orrissey, D.
2007
77 s1 p. A30
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130 GS19PVERSAJET: A NOVEL APPROACH TO DEBRIDEMENT R eddy, C.
2007
77 s1 p. A30
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131 GS30PYOUNGER PATIENTS ARE MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER POST-CHOLECYSTECTOMY DIARRHOEA F isher, M.
2007
77 s1 p. A32
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132 GS05SINGLE SURGEON EXPERIENCE WITH RETROMUSCULAR (PREPERITONEAL) MESH REPAIR OF INCISIONAL AND VENTRAL HERNIAS T heophilus, M. N.
2007
77 s1 p. A27
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133 GS03TIMING OF SURGERY FOR ACUTE SYMPTOMATIC BILIARY DISEASE S hort, H. L.
2007
77 s1 p. A26
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134 HN05AN ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING SURGICAL TREATMENT OF BENIGN PAROTID DISEASE M clean, N. R.
2007
77 s1 p. A37-A38
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135 HN04GENETICS OF HEAD AND NECK PARAGANGLIOMA Hunt, P. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A37
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136 HN01LARGE PERI-AURICULAR CARCINOMA RESECTION WITH KEYSTONE DESIGN PERFORATOR ISLAND FLAP (KDPIF) K eane, H. J.
2007
77 s1 p. A37
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137 HN03METASTATIC PAROTID SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA: A FACIAL NERVE PRESERVATIVE APPROACH K eane, H.
2007
77 s1 p. A37
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138 HN09PASSESSMENT OF FREE FIBULAR BONE IN THE RECONSTRUCTED MANDIBLE USING THREE-DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGES N abi, H.
2007
77 s1 p. A38
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139 HN08PAUDIT OF 115 CONSECUTIVE PARATHYROIDECTOMIES IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL HYPERPARATHYROIDISM L ow, T. H.
2007
77 s1 p. A38
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140 HN07PCLINICAL EXAMINATION OF THE NECK IN FLOOR OF MOUTH CANCER A nderson, S. R.
2007
77 s1 p. A38
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141 HN10PMETASTATIC CUTANEOUS SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA TO THE PAROTID GLAND W atts, G. D.
2007
77 s1 p. A38-A39
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142 HN11PPRIMARY CHEMO-RADIOTHERAPY FOR NON-METASTATIC SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA OF THE HEAD AND NECK S treit, J. B. F.
2007
77 s1 p. A39
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143 HN06THE ISOLATED PAROTID NODULE – A VALIDATED STUDY L accourreye, O.
2007
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145 HP02A MULTICENTRE CONTROLLED STUDY OF INLINE RADIO-FREQUENCY ABLATION DEVICE FOR LIVER TRANSECTION Y ao, P.
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146 HP03A NOVEL AND SAFE DEVICE FOR HEPATIC PARENCHYMAL TRANSECTION DURING LIVER RESECTION: THE GYRUS PLASMAKINETIC PULSED BIPOLAR COAGULATION FORCEPS T an, J. T. H.
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147 HP05BETA IS BETTER THAN RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION D obbins, C.
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148 HP17COMMON BILE DUCT STONES: A REVIEW OF MANAGEMENT OPTIONS O ’N eill, C. J.
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149 HP13COMPLICATIONS OF DUODENAL DIVERTICULAE: A REPORT OF FIVE CASES A l-M ozany, N.
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150 HP14DETERMINING THE MANOMETRIC AND ANATOMIC FEATURES WHICH INFLUENCE DISTAL OESOPHAGEAL RAMP PRESSURE M yers, J. C.
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151 HP08DOES NEO-ADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY AFFECT THE ACCURACY OF FDG-PET FOR PRE-OPERATIVE PLANNING IN HEPATIC COLORECTAL METASTASES? A die, S.
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152 HP22FIVE YEAR RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF ARGON PLASMA COAGULATION VS ENDOSCOPIC SURVEILLANCE OF PATIENTS WITH BARRETT’S OESOPHAGUS AFTER ANTIREFLUX SURGERY A ckroyd, R.
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153 HP10LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTION OF SUBMUCOSAL GASTRIC LESIONS – THE WHANGAREI EXPERIENCE Y ang, J. Y.
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154 HP25LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY FOR MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENTS O u Y ang, S. O.
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155 HP04LIVER RESECTION: A REGIONAL HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE Y ong, T.
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156 HP11LYMPH NODE METASTASES AND MICRO-METASTASES IN SURGERY FOR OESOPHAGEAL CANCER J amieson, G. G.
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157 HP01METALS IN GALLBLADDER CARCINOGENESIS S ingh, M.
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158 HP24MICRORNA EXPRESSION PROFILES IN BARRETT’S OESOPHAGUS W atson, D. I.
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159 HP27MORTALITY, MORBIDITY AND 2 YEAR SURVIVAL FOLLOWING OESOPHAGECTOMY – DUNEDIN EXPERIENCE P opadich, A.
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160 HP16NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY [NPWT] IN POSTOPERATIVE PANCREATIC FISTULA: A NOVEL APPROACH S helat, V.
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161 HP20OESOPHAGECTOMY FOR TUMOURS AND DYSPLASIA OF THE OESOPHAGUS AND GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL JUNCTION: EXPERIENCE OF A SINGLE SURGEON E pari, K. P.
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162 HP30PA COMPARISON OF 4 DIFFERENT PROPRIETARY GASTRIC BANDS C heng, A. K. S.
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163 HP06PANCREATIC ABSCESS: RESULTS OF A SURGEON’S PROTOCOL S mith, R. C.
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164 HP40PA SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF THE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS ON ADJUVANT INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY FOR ADVANCED GASTRIC CANCER Y an, T. D.
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165 HP36PDOES NEO-ADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY AFFECT THE ACCURACY OF HELICAL CT AND CT PORTOGRAPHY FOR PRE-OPERATIVE PLANNING IN HEPATIC COLORECTAL METASTASES? A die, S.
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166 HP34PEXTRANODAL MARGINAL ZONE B-CELL LYMPHOMA OF MUCOSA ASSOCIATED LYMPHOID TISSUE (MALT) TYPE OF THE GALLBLADDER N g, S. K.
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167 HP33PLAPAROSCOPIC ANTI-REFLUX SURGERY IN THE ELDERLY G rotenhuis, B. A.
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168 HP38PMANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATIC PANCREATIC INJURY W arwick, A. M.
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169 HP28PMETANALYSIS OF RECURRENCE AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF PARAESOPHAGEAL HERNIA R athore, M. A.
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170 HP32POESOPHAGEAL PH PROFILE FOLLOWING PARTIAL AND TOTAL LAPAROSCOPIC FUNDOPLICATION W ong, A. S. Y.
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171 HP29PRECURRENT HEARTBURN AFTER FUNDOPLICATION WITH A NEGATIVE 24-HR PH ASSESSMENT: RECURRENT REFLUX OR “IRRITABLE OESOPHAGUS”? T hompson, S. K.
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172 HP37PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN OESOPHAGEAL CANCER: NUMBER OF LYMPH NODES AND EXTRACAPSULAR LYMPH NODE INVASION – AN INTERIM ANALYSIS T hompson, S. K.
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173 HP07PROTEOMIC IDENTIFICATION OF SERUM MARKERS OF PANCREATIC ADENOCARCINOMA USING SELDI-TOF MS B axter, R. C.
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174 HP26PSEUDO-ACHALASIA FOLLOWING A SLIPPED LAPAROSCOPICALLY PLACED ADJUSTABLE GASTRIC BAND: A CASE REPORT A l-M ozany, N.
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175 HP35PTHE NATURAL HISTORY OF GALL STONE VS ALCOHOL INDUCED-SEVERE PANCREATITIS IN WESTERN SYDNEY Y en, A.
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176 HP31PUSE OF BIB INTRA-GASTRIC BALLOON IN ASIAN PATIENTS C heng, A. K. S.
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177 HP39PUSE OF THE SUPERFICIAL FEMORAL VEIN AS A CONDUIT FOR PORTAL VEIN RECONSTRUCTION DURING PANCREATICODUODENECTOMY G illespie, C.
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178 HP09REFLUX AFTER OESOPHAGECTOMY: CAN A FUNDOPLICATION PREVENT IT? A ly, A.
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179 HP19RE-OPERATION FOR DYSPHAGIA AFTER CARDIOMYOTOMY FOR ACHALASIA G rotenhuis, B. A.
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180 HP15SURGERY FOR CHRONIC PANCREATITIS: EXPERIENCE AND TRENDS IN AUCKLAND W indsor, J. A.
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181 HP12THE ANATOMICAL BASIS OF THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL REFLUX: LESSONS FROM HISTORY AND SIMULATION W indsor, J. A.
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182 HP18THE GOOD, THE FAT AND THE UGLY: METABOLIC HORMONES AND THE HEART P emberton, C. J.
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183 HP23USE OF ANTI-REFLUX MEDICATION AFTER ANTI-REFLUX SURGERY W ijnhoven, B. P. L.
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184 HS02BOTULINUM TOXIN A IN OBSTETRIC BRACHIAL PLEXUS PALSY J ohnstone, B. R.
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185 HS03BOTULINUM TOXIN A IN THE UPPER LIMB IN CEREBRAL PALSY J ohnstone, B. R.
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186 HS08CONGENITAL HAND: THE DEFORMITY-DEFICIENCY INDEX T eoh, L. C.
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187 HS05CRPS – CURRENT IDEAS ON MANAGEMENT S hipton, E. A.
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188 HS10FLAP COVERAGE IN UPPER LIMB INJURIES T eoh, L. C.
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189 HS01MANAGEMENT OF OBSTETRIC BRACHIAL PLEXUS PALSY AT MIDDLEMORE HOSPITAL A very, G. J.
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190 HS11POST-OPERATIVE HAND PAIN ASSESSMENT T eoh, L. C.
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191 HS09REPLANTATION SURGERY – THE RECONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH T eoh, L. C.
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192 HS06THE CURRENT MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN A cland, R. H.
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193 HS04THE USE OF A VISUAL HAND CHART TO AID IN COMMUNICATION OF HAND INJURIES F riederich, L. J.
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194 HS07TOE TRANSFER – TECHNIQUES & RESULTS T eoh, L. C.
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195 ML04ASSESSING CHRONIC PAIN – IS IT INJURY RELATED? A lchin, J. S.
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196 ML06CHRONIC PAIN AND GRADUAL PROCESS INJURY – ACC RESPONSIBILITIES W alker, G.
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197 ML01COMPETENCE REVIEWS IN NEW ZEALAND AND THE AFTERMATH B lair, R.
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198 ML08CONDUCTING A REVIEW – THE IMPORTANCE OF PROCESS M erry, A. F.
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199 ML02INFORMED CONSENT FOR VASCULAR INTERVENTION IS IMPROVED BY DEPARTMENTAL AUDIT L ewis, D. R.
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200 ML07THE LEGAL PROBLEMS – WHERE THE ACC IS WRONG W akefield, G.
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201 ML05WADDELL AND THE DECEIVING PATIENT – IS IT ALL INTENTIONAL? M acleod, A. D.
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202 ML03WORK INJURIES – NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM S track, C.
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203 NS10ANTERIOR APPROACHES FOR THORACOLUMBAR FRACTURES R obertson, P. A.
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204 NS08ARE CHRONIC SUBDURAL HAEMATOMAS MORE COMMON ON THE LEFT THAN ON THE RIGHT? K athiravel, Y.
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205 NS07CHRONIC SUBDURAL HAEMATOMAS AND ANTICOAGULATION OR ANTI-THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY A mato, D. P.
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206 NS09DETECTION AND FOLLOW-UP OF ANEURYSMS BY CTA D orsch, N. W. C.
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207 NS03EXPERIENCES IN JAVA D orsch, N. W. C.
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208 NS01IS THERE A RESURGENCE OF CEREBRAL REVASCULARIZATION? L aidlaw, J. D.
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209 NS04PAEDIATRIC POSTERIOR FOSSA TUMOURS IN THE CANTERBURY REGION – A 25 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW L ightfoot, N. J.
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210 NS13PA PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF TWO CERVICAL INTERBODY FUSION CAGES H ansen, M. A.
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211 NS05PENETRATING HEAD INJURY FROM NAILGUNS: THE NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE. A CASE SERIES M onteith, S. J.
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212 NS11POSTERIOR APPROACHES FOR THORACO-LUMBAR FRACTURES I nglis, G. S.
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213 NS14PPRIMARY FALCINE CHONDROSARCOMA K athiravel, Y.
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214 NS06PRIMARY NERVE REPAIR FOLLOWING RESECTION OF A NEUROENTERIC CYST OF THE OCULOMOTOR NERVE: CASE REPORT T urner, S. J. T.
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215 NS15PTRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION IN A MOUSE MODEL OF EPILEPTOGENESIS W ang, Y. Y.
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216 NS16RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE TREATMENT OF CRANIOSYNOSTOSIS D avis, C.
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217 NS17SURGERY REMAINS THE TREATMENT OF CHOICE FOR AVMS? M organ, M.
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218 NS12THE MANAGEMENT OF SPASTICITY IN THE SPINAL INJURED PATIENT A cland, R. H.
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219 NS02UPDATE ON CEREBRAL VASOSPASM D orsch, N. W. C.
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220 PM06MODERNISING OUR APPROACH TO POST-OPERATIVE PAIN J ones, D.
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221 PM04PERCUTANEOUS BALLOON RHIZOTOMY H unn, M. K.
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222 PM02RECURRENT RECTAL CANCER – STRATEGIES FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT H eriot, A. G.
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223 PM01SPINAL CORD STIMULATION FOR CHRONIC REFRACTORY ANGINA A cland, R. H.
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224 PM05STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY FOR TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA M cD owell, D. I.
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225 PM03TERMINAL CARE – PAIN RELIEF IN ADVANCED CANCER M acleod, A. D.
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226 PR31A LITTLE GIRL WITH A GIANT NAEVUS. A CASE REPORT M ackenzie, K. A.
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227 PR23ALTERATIONS IN THE LYMPH STRUCTURE OF THE UPPER LIMB FOLLOWING AXILLARY DISSECTION – RADIOGRAPHIC STUDY IN A HUMAN CADAVER S uami, H.
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228 PR03AN ALTERNATE MODEL FOR LEARNING MICROSURGICAL SKILLS V arkey, A.
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229 PR04ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS OF THE FIRST 75 FREE FLAPS – LESSONS FROM A BEGINNER V arkey, A.
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230 PR01“A PICTURE SPEAKS A THOUSAND WORDS”– THE USE OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE INTERNET IN MONITORING FREE TISSUE TRANSFER V arkey, A.
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231 PR12A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF SEROMA COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING LATISSIMUS DORSI MUSCLE HARVEST Y ang, A. S.
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232 PR30ASSESSMENT OF MELAN-A STAINING IN SENTINEL NODES OF PATIENTS WITHOUT A DIAGNOSIS OF MELANOMA B urge, J. A.
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233 PR07A SYSTEM FOR QUANTIFYING LYMPHATIC VESSEL ABNORMALITIES IN LYMPHEDEMA MODELS, AND LOCO-SYSTEMIC EFFECTS OF PRO-LYMPHATIC TUMOR GROWTH FACTORS S hayan, R.
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234 PR16A TRAUMA CENTRE EXPERIENCE: FLAP RECONSTRUCTION OF TRAUMATIC LOWER LIMB INJURIES L o, C. H.
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235 PR51AUGMENTATION MASTOPEXY C odner, M. A.
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236 PR52BREAST REDUCTION C odner, M. A.
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237 PR47COMPREHENSIVE EYELID RECONSTRUCTION C odner, M. A.
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238 PR10DUAL PLANE BREAST AUGMENTATION FOR TUBEROUS BREAST DEFORMITY C onnell, A. F.
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239 PR24EFFECTS OF COMBINED TOPICAL NEGATIVE PRESSURE (TNP) AND ANTISEPTIC INSTILLATION ON PSEUDOMONAS BIOFILM N go, Q.
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240 PR37EVOLUTION OF SURGERY FOR CRANIOSYNOSTOSIS IN CHRISTCHURCH – A REVIEW OF 67 CHILDREN M ackenzie, K. A.
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241 PR26FACIAL RE-ANIMATION P oole, M. D.
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242 PR27FRICTION AND CEMENT: CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEW OF FULL-THICKNESS CEMENT BURNS G ale, K. L.
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243 PR09INFECTION RATES IN IMPLANT BASED BREAST RECONSTRUCTION F riederich, L. J.
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244 PR14LATISSIMUS DORSI MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP WITH ANATOMICAL EXPANDER-IMPLANTS FOR SINGLE STAGE BREAST RECONSTRUCTION – AN ACHIEVABLE GOAL? D unkin, C. S. J.
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245 PR49LOWER LID BLEPHAROPLASTY C odner, M. A.
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246 PR08LYMPHATIC MALFORMATIONS AND THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF LYMPHANGIOGENESIS C h’ng, S.
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247 PR29MASSETERIC-FACIAL NERVE COAPTATION – AN ALTERNATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR FACIAL NERVE REINNERVATION E k, E. W.
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248 PR33MERKEL CELL CARCINOMA: REPORT OF 19 CASES AND REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE G ale, K. L.
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249 PR06NECROTISING FASCIITIS OR PYODERMA GANGRENOSUM – AN INTERESTING CASE L uo, D. Y. W.
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250 PR46PA CASE REVIEW OF PATIENTS PRESENTING TO ROYAL NORTH SHORE HOSPITAL, WITH HAIR REMOVAL WAX BURNS BETWEEN JANUARY AND NOVEMBER 2006 Z oumaras, J.
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251 PR20PAEDIATRIC NASAL FRACTURES: PATIENT SATISFACTION FOLLOWING CLOSED REDUCTION L ove, R. L.
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252 PR45PAN IMPROVED ALTERNATIVE TO VACUUM-ASSISTED CLOSURE (VAC) AS A NEGATIVE PRESSURE DRESSING IN LOWER LIMB SPLIT SKIN GRAFTING: A CLINICAL TRIAL R ozen, W. M.
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253 PR41PEMPTY DRUM . . . THE WELDER’S BOMB? J eeves, A. E.
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254 PR40PMETASTATIC CHONDROID SYRINGOMA C arey S mith, R. L.
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255 PR44PMONITORING BURIED FREE FLAPS – NEW ZEALAND’S FIRST FOUR CLINICAL CASES OF FREE FLAP MONITORING WITH IMPLANTABLE 20 MHZ ULTRASONIC DOPPLER PROBE M istry, Y.
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256 PR05POST-OPERATIVE HAEMATOMAS IN MICROVASCULAR FREE FLAP RECONSTRUCTION OF THE HEAD AND NECK: THE INCIDENCE, AETIOLOGY AND OUTCOME MODIFICATIONS K aplan, E. D.
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257 PR11PREOPERATIVE IMAGING FOR DIEA PERFORATOR FLAPS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CT ANGIOGRAPHY AND DOPPLER ULTRASOUND R ozen, W. M.
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258 PR42PRISK FACTORS AND SAFETY OF IMMEDIATE BREAST RECONSTRUCTION M ackenzie, K. A.
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259 PR38PTERYGIUM SYNDROME: A SPECTRUM OF FEATURES M clean, N. R.
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260 PR39PTREATMENT OF MITTEN HAND DEFORMITY IN A LONG TERM SURVIVOR OF EPIDERMOLYSIS BULLOSA L o, M.
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261 PR43PUSE OF PERMANENT EXPANDER/IMPLANTS IN BREAST RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY C orrigan, E. B.
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262 PR21ROLE OF BACTERIAL BIOFILMS IN CHRONIC WOUNDS N go, Q.
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263 PR22SKULL BASE RECONSTRUCTION WITH FREE FLAPS D unkin, C. S. J.
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264 PR25SOFT TISSUE COVERAGE IN LOWER LIMB TRAUMA – ANNUAL AUDIT FROM A TERTIARY RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY UNIT IN INDIA V arkey, A.
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265 PR50TANSAXILLARY ENDOSCOPIC BREAST AUGMENTATION C odner, M. A.
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266 PR15THE BRANCHING PATTERN OF THE DIEA FOR PERFORATOR FLAPS: THE IMPORTANCE OF PREOPERATIVE CT ANGIOGRAPHY R ozen, W. M.
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267 PR35THE INCIDENCE OF NON-MELANOMA SKIN CANCER IN NEW ZEALAND C h’ng, S.
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268 PR02THE SPLIT THICKNESS SKIN GRAFT DONOR SITE; HAVE WE FOUND THE PERFECT DRESSING? T errill, P.
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269 PR19THE SUPERFICIAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE OF THE HEAD AND NECK – AN ANATOMICAL STUDY AND CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS P an, W. R. P.
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270 PR13THE USE OF PEDICLED LATISSIMUS DORSI FLAPS IN LARGE CHEST WALL RECONSTRUCTION L uo, D. Y. W.
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271 PR28TRACING THE FLUID MANAGEMENT OF BURNS PATIENTS IN THE FIRST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS FOLLOWING THEIR ADMISSION B urge, J. A.
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272 PR48UPPER BLEPHAROPLASTY C odner, M. A.
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273 PR32WHAT I’VE LEARNED IN HEAD & NECK SURGERY P oole, M. D.
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274 PR36WHAT I’VE LEARNT IN CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY P oole, M. D.
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275 PR18WHAT TYPE OF BIOPSY IS MOST USEFUL IN THE EVALUATION OF GIANT CUTANEOUS LIPOMAS? REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND REPORT OF FOUR CASES S athasivam, S.
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276 PS02ATRESIA OF THE JEJUNUM AND ILEUM: THE DISTINCTION T ongsin, A. T.
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277 PS08BILIARY ATRESIA: POLITICS AND PROGRESS – A UK PERSPECTIVE S tringer, M. D.
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278 PS09CONTEMPORARY SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF SILALORRHEA H ornibrook, J.
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279 PS04DELAYED DIAGNOSIS OF ANORECTAL MALFORMATION: THE NEED FOR CAREFUL NEONATAL EXAMINATION E theridge, C. E.
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280 PS13DEVELOPMENT OF THE URINARY BLADDER IN ETU-EXPOSED FETAL RATS IS AFFECTED BY DOWNREGULATION OF SHH AND ITS TARGET GENESCAGES Q uan, Q. B.
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281 PS14FACTORS INFLUENCING THE TIMING OF THE EXIT PROCEDURE FOR OBSTRUCTING FETAL NECK MASSES J efferies, H. M.
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282 PS03IS THE PREDICTED OUTCOME OF DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA DIAGNOSED IN UTERO, DETERMINED BY POSTNATAL CARE? R ussell, G. A. B.
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283 PS06LONG-TERM OUTCOME OF BILIARY ATRESIA IN NEW ZEALAND Y u, T.
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284 PS05LONG-TERM OUTCOMES IN NEONATAL SURGERY S tringer, M. D.
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285 PS15PAEDIATRIC GUN SHOT INJURIES IN NEW ZEALAND: A DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF AN AVOIDABLE CAUSE OF SIGNIFICANT CHILDHOOD MORBIDITY S kinner, A. M.
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286 PS11PANCREATITIS – INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY IN CHILDREN S tringer, M. D.
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287 PS10PHAEOCHROMOCYTOMA IN CHILDREN G lengarry, J. M.
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289 PS12SONIC HEDGEGHOG PATHWAY – A POSIBLE THERAPEUTIC TARGET FOR HEPATOBLASTOMA A rsic, D.
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290 PS07URACHAL ANOMALIES IN CHILDREN Y apo, B. R.
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291 RS02BEST PRACTICE MANAGEMENT OF INTUSSUSCEPTION IN RURAL CENTRES: HOW TO MINIMISE MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY B easley, S. W.
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292 RS04CONSTRAINTS OF MULTIPLE TRAUMA MANAGEMENT IN DISTRICT HOSPITALS F lynn, C.
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293 RS05CRAFT GROUP AUDIT FOR RURAL SURGEONS W atters, D. A. K.
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294 RS06INTRODUCTION OF LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTIONAL COLORECTAL SURGERY TO NAIVE HOSPITALS R agg, J.
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295 RS07LAPAROSCOPY IN GYNAECOLOGY AND SURGERY: PRACTICE REVIEW USING AUDIT OF ERRORS FOR IMPROVING SAFETY G uest, G.
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296 RS10P‘SURGICAL TRAINING FOR THE OVERSEAS TRAINED DOCTORS’, STILL AN UNCHARTED SEA A shrafi, M. W.
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297 RS08THE NEW ZEALAND MOBILE SURGICAL SERVICE: 5 YEARS ON THE ROAD Y ule, A. G.
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298 RS01THE VALUE AND EFFECT ON CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF PAEDIATRIC SURGICAL SUPPORT TO SMALLER CENTRES B easley, S. W.
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299 RS09TO SPRINT OR TO STROLL THAT IS THE QUESTION. EVOLUTION OF SURGICAL SERVICES IN A REGIONAL CENTRE. A THREE YEAR REVIEW D esai, D.
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300 RS03VASCULAR SURGERY IN A RURAL PRACTICE – THE CASE FOR V allance, S.
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301 SE13ACCURACY, ACCEPTANCE AND COMPLIANCE IN THE USE OF A WEB BASED AUDIT TOOL – RESULTS OF PHASE 1 K hurana, S.
2007
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302 SE03ANATOMY IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD D obbins, C.
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303 SE18A TALE OF TWO COLLEGES: DO SPECIALIST TRAINEES RECEIVE ADEQUATE HOSPITAL-BASED TRAINING? R ozen, W. M.
2007
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304 SE04BIO-REALITY SURGICAL TRAINING MODELS M urphy, D. L.
2007
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305 SE19CAN THE TRAINEE OPERATIVE LOGBOOK BE USED AS AN ASSESSMENT TOOL OF THE LEVEL OF SUPERVISION PROVIDED BY TRAINING CENTRES? M cbride, C. A.
2007
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306 SE14COMPETENCY MODELS AND POLITICALLY MANAGING THE SURGICAL PROFESSIONS C anter, R. J.
2007
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307 SE22DEVELOPING A NEW SURGICAL CURRICULUM; THE UK APPROACH C anter, R. J.
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308 SE11DEVELOPMENT OF A PERSONAL SKILLS PROGRAMME FOR SURGICAL TRAINEES T raynor, O.
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309 SE06DOCTORS AND POWER; OR THE TRUE STORY OF SURGERY TOLD FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME! C anter, R. J.
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310 SE07IMPLEMENTING A NEW CURRICULUM IN SURGERY: WHAT IS GOING WELL AND LESSONS LEARNED C anter, R. J.
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311 SE08STUDENTS PERSPECTIVES OF A SURGICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM H illis, J.
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312 SE10SURGICAL TEAMWORK: SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS AND THE ANALYSIS OF VERBAL AND NON VERBAL MEANING IN SURGERY C artmill, J.
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313 SE15SURGICAL TRAINING IN AN ERA OF REDUCED WORKING HOURS T raynor, O.
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314 SE20THE ANATOMY OF COMPLICATIONS IN THE UPPER LIMB L uo, D. Y. W.
2007
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315 SE01THE EMERGING ROLE OF SIMULATION IN SURGICAL TRAINING T raynor, O.
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316 SE05THE PRIVATE HEALTH SECTOR: A POTENTIAL SURGICAL TRAINING GROUND? – A STUDY OF THE PERCEPTIONS OF PATIENTS W un, L. P. S.
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317 SE12THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BURNOUT AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN AUSTRALIAN SURGEONS AND SURGICAL TRAINEES B enson, S.
2007
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318 SE17THE ROLE OF E-LEARNING IN SURGICAL EDUCATION T raynor, O.
2007
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319 SE02THE VALIDITY OF AN INTEGRATED CLINICAL SIMULATOR FOR LEARNING LAPAROSCOPIC APPENDICECTOMY W indsor, J. A.
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320 SE21THE VALUE OF CLINICAL INDICATORS IN SETTING STANDARDS OR IMPROVING CLINICAL OUTCOMES B easley, S. W.
2007
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321 SE09TRAINING OF FINAL YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS IN PROCEDURAL SKILLS: IS IT WORTHWHILE? L ushkott, M.
2007
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322 SE16VIRTUAL REALITY LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINING IN AUSTRALIA W ood, J.
2007
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323 SH08AL-ZAHRAWI – THE FATHER OF SURGERY A hmad, Z.
2007
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324 SH09ANTARCTIC MEDICINE S harp, P. A.
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325 SH04BASIL KILVINGTON–SURGICAL SCIENTIST M asterton, J. P.
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326 SH15CHURCHILL AT SEA B easley, A. W.
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327 SH14COLONEL (DR.) JOHN PAUL STAPP – CRASH TEST DUMMY, TRAUMA PREVENTION PIONEER & MURPHY’S LAW H arden, M. P.
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328 SH12HISTORY OF SURGERY IN NEW GUINEA 1921–1942 W atters, D. A. K.
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329 SH05IMAGES OF FREYBERG B easley, A. W.
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330 SH16IMPOSTURES, DECEPTIONS AND CREDULITY M agee, H. R.
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331 SH07LOCH NESS SAS AND THE FIRST SURGEON IN PARADISE W atters, D. A. K.
2007
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332 SH01MY COUSIN ERNEST A rnot, R. S.
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333 SH17PROFESSOR ROBERT GOETZ – INNOVATOR AND PIONEER IN CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS SURGERY H arden, M. P.
2007
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334 SH03SLAVERY, SERPENTS, SPELLS & SURGERY: DR ETIENNE RUFZ DE LAVISON IN MARTINIQUE R obson, K. J.
2007
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335 SH10TEACHING AND LEARNING ANATOMY IN MELBOURNE OVER 150 YEARS C ollins, J. P.
2007
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336 SH02THE BIRTH OF VASCULAR SURGERY IN AUSTRALIA M ellick, S. A.
2007
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337 SH13THE COLONIAL GATES OF THE MELBOURNE COLLEGE GARDENS SITE, RACS HEADQUARTERS M urphy, D. L.
2007
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338 SH11THE MEDIEVAL ENGLISH CORONER S harp, P. A.
2007
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339 SH06WITTGENSTEIN AND THE CONCEPT OF “WOUND SHOCK” S tewart, G. J.
2007
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340 SO03CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF TREATMENT FAILURE FOLLOWING COMPLETE CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY AND PERIOPERATIVE INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY FOR PERITONEAL DISSEMINATION FROM APPENDICEAL MUCINOUS NEOPLASMS Y an, T. D.
2007
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341 SO04CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY AND PERIOPERATIVE INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY FOR PERITONEAL CARCINOMATOSIS FOR COLORECTAL CARCINOMA S athasivam, S.
2007
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342 SO06EXTRATHORACIC SOLITARY FIBROUS TUMOURS: OUTCOME OF 33 CASES C ranshaw, I. M.
2007
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343 SO07LAPAROSCOPIC VERSUS OPEN TOTAL MESORECTAL EXCISION: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY B reukink, S. O.
2007
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344 SO08MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEX LARGE VOLUME GROIN TUMOURS WITH RECTUS ABDOMINUS MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS – A CASE SERIES C ranshaw, I. M.
2007
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345 SO01NEOADJUVANT: RECTAL CANCER R obinson, B. A.
2007
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346 SO10PA RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF WOUND INFECTION AFTER PERCUTANEOUS ENDOSCOPIC GASTROSTOMY (PEG) IN CANCER PATIENTS L am, T.
2007
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347 SO11PA SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON THE EFFICACY OF REPEAT HEPATECTOMY FOR RECURRENT LIVER METASTASES FROM COLORECTAL CARCINOMA S im, J.
2007
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348 SO12PCOMBINED CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY AND PERIOPERATIVE INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF PERITONEAL MESOTHELIOMA S im, J.
2007
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349 SO13PCYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY COMBINED WITH PERIOPERATIVE INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY FOR DIFFUSE MALIGNANT PERITONEAL MESOTHELIOMA – ANALYSIS OF 100 CONSECUTIVE PATIENTS FROM A PROSPECTIVE DATABASE Y an, T. D.
2007
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350 SO09PERCUTANEOUS RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION OF LUNG TUMOURS: RESULTS IN FIRST 100 CONSECUTIVE PATIENTS Z hu, J. C.
2007
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351 SO16PMULTIDISCIPLINARY CANCER CARE IN AUSTRALIA: AN AUDIT OF CURRENT UPTAKE W ilcoxon, H.
2007
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352 SO15PPERCUTANEOUS RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION OF LUNG TUMOURS: PROGNOSTIC RISK FACTORS FOR LOCAL PROGRESSION N g, K.
2007
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353 SO14PPERIOPERATIVE OUTCOMES OF CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY AND PERIOPERATIVE INTRAPERITONEAL CHEMOTHERAPY FOR NON-APPENDICEAL PERITONEAL CARCINOMATOSIS FROM A PROSPECTIVE DATABASE Y an, T. D.
2007
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354 SO02SYNOPTIC REPORTING OF BREAST IMAGING: AN OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE BREAST CANCER CARE M ann, B.
2007
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355 SO05THE NATURE OF NEARBY LYMPHATICS DICTATES WHETHER A VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR-D (VEGF-D) INDUCES TUMOR LYMPHATICS AND METASTASIS S hayan, R.
2007
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356 TN03BILIARY STENTING IS ASSOCIATED WITH A REDUCED RISK OF BILIARY ANASTOMOTIC STRICTURE FOLLOWING LIVER TRANSPLANTATION F ink, M. A.
2007
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357 TN04BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE PHASE ANGLE IN CHRONIC LIVER DISEASE AND LIVER TRANSPLANTATION M athur, S.
2007
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358 TN06BONE BANKING B oyle, R. A.
2007
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359 TN09HEPATIC EPITHELOID HAEMANGIOENDOTHELIOMA: TWO CONTRASTING CASES S tewart, G. J.
2007
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360 TN01HILAR CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA: RADIOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS, STAGING AND PRE-OPERATIVE INTERVENTION H olden, A. H.
2007
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361 TN10MOVING FROM TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION TO TISSUE ENGINEERING – IMMUNOLOGIC SURVEY OF A PROSPECTIVE SCAFFOLD V arkey, A.
2007
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362 TN05NATURAL HISTORY OF TRANSPLANT RENAL ARTERY STENOSIS H eer, M. K.
2007
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363 TN02RADIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF LIVE LIVER AND KIDNEY DONORS H olden, A. H.
2007
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364 TN11RENAL ALLOGRAFT COMPRESSION SYNDROME: A REAL ENTITY H eer, M. K.
2007
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365 TN08THE EARLY EXPERIENCE OF ABO-INCOMPATIBLE RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN AUSTRALIA N ordstrand, I. A. J.
2007
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366 TN07UW OR HTK – WHICH IS BETTER IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION? S helat, V.
2007
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367 TS12COMBATING COAGULOPATHY G unn, K. N.
2007
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368 TS13HAEMOSTASIS IN THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE: THE TOURNIQUET CONTROVERSY N euhaus, S. J.
2007
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369 TS09HOW I DEAL WITH PELVIC EXSANQUINATION B osse, M.
2007
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370 TS02MANAGEMENT OF FLAIL CHEST IN TRAUMA: ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS AFFECTING OUTCOME A li, B. A.
2007
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371 TS06NEUROTRAUMA IN THE RURAL AND REMOTE SETTING V onau, M.
2007
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372 TS11ON-SHORE MASS CASUALTY DISASTER RESPONSE: LESSONS FOR AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND B osse, M.
2007
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373 TS10OPTIMAL TIMING OF ORTHOPAEDIC DAMAGE CONTROL SURGERY B osse, M.
2007
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374 TS07OUTCOME OF TRAUMATIC RUPTURE OF THE DIAPHRAGM (TRD) G oonewardene, K.
2007
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375 TS20PLAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF TRAUMATIC DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIAE: A CASE PRESENTATION AND SYNTHESIS OF THE LITERATURE EXPERIENCE C hong, S.
2007
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376 TS14PMANAGING AN EMERGING TRAUMA EPIDEMIC IN AUSTRALIA: ABDOMINAL STAB WOUNDS R ozen, W. M.
2007
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377 TS17PMECHANISMS OF INJURY CAUSING LIMB FRACTURES WITHIN THE PAEDIATRIC POPULATION N gui, N. K.
2007
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378 TS18PPOST INJURY MULTIPLE ORGAN FAILURE: THE AUSTRALIAN CONTEXT D ewar, D. C.
2007
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379 TS08PROSPECTIVE VALIDATION OF THE INDEPENDENT PREDICTORS FOR POSTINJURY INTRA-ABDOMINAL HYPERTENSION V ans W essem, K. J. P.
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380 TS19PSTUDY OF THE PATTERN OF INTRA-ABDOMINAL SOLID ORGAN INJURY – A FIVE-YEAR CENTRAL AUSTRALIA EXPERIENCE W un, L. P. S.
2007
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381 TS16PTUBE THORACOSTOMY: THE IMPORTANCE OF SWING R eddy, C.
2007
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382 TS15PUNCOMMON ABDOMINAL HEMORRHAGE DUE TO BLUNT TRAUMA: BLENDING FROM AN ASYMPTOMATIC ABDOMINAL TUMOR INJURY – A CASE REPORT C ollet e S ilva, F. S.
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383 TS03RETROHEPATIC VENA CAVA INJURY REMAINS A CHALLENGE TO TRAUMA SURGEONS C ollet e S ilva, F. S.
2007
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384 TS01SINGLE VEHICLE ROLL OVER ACCIDENTS: AN UNIQUE PATTERN OF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA B oseto, F.
2007
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385 TS04THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PELVIC FRACTURES: THE WHOLE PICTURE M ackay, P.
2007
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386 TS05WHOLE-BODY MULTISLICE CT-SCANNING AS PRIMARY IMAGING TOOL IN THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE TRAUMA N au, T. N.
2007
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387 VS03ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM: INSIGHT INTO PATHOGENESIS, BIOMARKERS AND TARGETS FOR MEDICAL THERAPY G olledge, J.
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388 VS02AORTIC CALCIFICATION: STUDIES IN PATIENTS WITH PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE AND A MOUSE MODEL G olledge, J.
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389 VS10CAROTID ENDARTERECTOMY WITH EARLY ICA CONTROL: AN MRI STUDY B ourke, B. M.
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390 VS083D MODELS OF BLOOD FLOW IN THE CEREBARL-VASCULATURE D avid, T.
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391 VS05LAPAROSCOPIC ENDOVASCULAR AORTOBIFEMORAL BYPASS J ansen, S. J.
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392 VS09MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF EXTRACRANIAL VASCULAR DISEASE F ink, J. N.
2007
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393 VS11OPERATIVE APPROACH FOR THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME R oberts-T homson, J. H.
2007
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394 VS21P‘ANGIOPLASTY AND AMPUTATION’: FIFTY PERCENT REDUCTION OF LOWER LIMB AMPUTATION FOLLOWING INTRODUCTION OF ANGIOPLASTY IN A RURAL HOSPITAL OVER A TEN YEAR PERIOD A shrafi, M. W.
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395 VS14PEXTERNAL STENTING FOR VARICOSE VEIN – WHY DESTROY WHAT YOU CAN REPAIR? A shrafi, M. W.
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396 VS18PIS ENDOVASCULAR REPAIR OF RUPTURED ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSMS CHANGING THE SELECTION CRITERIA FOR INTERVENTION? – A 5 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE AUDIT IN A SMALL TEACHING HOSPITAL A rvapalli, V. K.
2007
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397 VS16POUTCOMES OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FOR VASCULAR ACCESS B anerjee, N.
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398 VS19PPATTERN OF PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE IN CRITICAL LOWER LIMB ISCHEMIA H an, C.
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399 VS17P‘PINCH SKIN GRAFTING – THE FORGOTTEN AID IN WOUND HEALING’– TEN YEAR EXPERIENCE IN A RURAL HOSPITAL L amont, P. M.
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400 VS01PREDICTIVE MODEL OF SUCCESS FOR EVAR A nderson, J. L.
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401 VS07PRIORITY SCORING OF UNMET NEED FOR PATIENTS WITH VARICOSE VEINS H orrocks, E.
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402 VS13PTHE IMPACT OF THE ESCHAR TRIAL ON CLINICAL PRACTICE W arwick, A. M.
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403 VS15PTHERAPEUTIC EMBOLISATION IN THE TREATMENT OF RECURRENT HAEMARTHROSIS FOLLOWING KNEE ARTHROPLASTY L aw, M. T.
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404 VS20PTRENDS IN EMBOLECTOMY OF THE EXTREMITIES: A POPULATION-BASED STUDY N orman, P.
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405 VS12PUSE OF THE SUPERFICIAL FEMORAL POPLITEAL VEIN AS A CONDUIT IN SELECTED VASCULAR SCENARIOS G illespie, C.
2007
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406 VS04RISK/BENEFIT ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTIVE ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM SURGERY R oake, J. A.
2007
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407 VS06THE OTAGO VARICOSE VEINS CONDITION-SPECIFIC QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF LIFE FOLLOWING SURGERY OR SCLEROTHERAPY C hen, T. Y. T.
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