February 2014 - Volume 259 - Issue 2 - Contributor Index

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Nakashima, Osamu MD, PhD

Nationwide Study of 4741 Patients With Non-B Non-C Hepatocellular Carcinoma With Special Reference to the Therapeutic Impact

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Nathens, Avery B. MD, PhD

Rates, Patterns, and Determinants of Unplanned Readmission After Traumatic Injury: A Multicenter Cohort Study

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Newby, David E. PhD

Reply to Letter: “Randomized Controlled Trial of Dual Antiplatelet Therapy in Patients Undergoing Surgery for Critical Limb Ischemia”

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Nguyen, Vinh Q. PhD

Colonic Volvulus in the United States: Trends, Outcomes, and Predictors of Mortality

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Surgery for Gallstone Ileus: A Nationwide Comparison of Trends and Outcomes

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Nicholls, R. John MChir, FRCS

Indications and Outcome of Pelvic Exenteration for Locally Advanced Primary and Recurrent Rectal Cancer

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Nielsen, Henning B. MD, DMSc

Hydroxyethyl Starch Reduces Coagulation Competence and Increases Blood Loss During Major Surgery: Results From a Randomized Controlled Trial

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Nimmo, Alastair F. MD

Reply to Letter: “Randomized Controlled Trial of Dual Antiplatelet Therapy in Patients Undergoing Surgery for Critical Limb Ischemia”

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Nisar, Pasha J. MD

Risk and Location of Cancer in Patients With Preoperative Colitis-Associated Dysplasia Undergoing Proctocolectomy

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Niven, Daniel J. MD, MSc, FRCPC

Prehospital Intravenous Fluid Administration Is Associated With Higher Mortality in Trauma Patients: A National Trauma Data Bank Analysis

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