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10 Most Cited Articles 2012

  • Creator:   Emeritus Editor
  • Updated:   8/22/2019
  • Contains:  10 items

Right Portal Vein Ligation Combined With In Situ Splitting Induces Rapid Left Lateral Liver Lobe Hypertrophy Enabling 2-Staged Extended Right Hepatic Resection in Small-for-Size Settings

Schnitzbauer, Andreas A.; Lang, Sven A.; Goessmann, Holger; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(3):405-414, March 2012.

Effects of the Introduction of the WHO “Surgical Safety Checklist” on In-Hospital Mortality: A Cohort Study

van Klei, W. A.; Hoff, R. G.; van Aarnhem, E. E. H. L.; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(1):44-49, January 2012.

The Impact of Obesity on Perioperative Outcomes After Laparoscopic Colorectal Resection

Makino, Tomoki; Shukla, Parul J.; Rubino, Francesco; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(2):228-236, February 2012.

Outcomes After Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy: Review of Over 1000 Patients

Luketich, James D.; Pennathur, Arjun; Awais, Omar; More

Annals of Surgery. 256(1):95-103, July 2012.

Regenerative Medicine as Applied to General Surgery

Orlando, Giuseppe; Wood, Kathryn J.; De Coppi, Paolo; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(5):867-880, May 2012.

Critical Role of Activated Protein C in Early Coagulopathy and Later Organ Failure, Infection and Death in Trauma Patients

Cohen, Mitchell Jay; Call, Mariah; Nelson, Mary; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(2):379-385, February 2012.

Feasibility and Safety of Single-Incision Laparoscopic Colectomy: A Systematic Review

Makino, Tomoki; Milsom, Jeffrey W.; Lee, Sang W.

Annals of Surgery. 255(4):667-676, April 2012.

Chemotherapy Before Liver Resection of Colorectal Metastases: Friend or Foe?

Lehmann, Kuno; Rickenbacher, Andreas; Weber, Achim; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(2):237-247, February 2012.

Single-Incision Versus Standard Multiport Laparoscopic Colectomy: A Multicenter, Case-Controlled Comparison

Champagne, Bradley J.; Papaconstantinou, Harry T.; Parmar, Stavan S.; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(1):66-69, January 2012.

Major Complications, Mortality, and Resource Utilization After Open Abdominal Surgery: 0.9% Saline Compared to Plasma-Lyte

Shaw, Andrew D.; Bagshaw, Sean M.; Goldstein, Stuart L.; More

Annals of Surgery. 255(5):821-829, May 2012.