Journal of Surgery and Research

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ISSN 2640-1002

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Journal Scope

Journal of Surgery and Research is an open access, peer reviewed journal to provide an excellent platform for the dissemination of cutting-edge developments in surgery and its related disciplines. Journal of Surgery and Research opens a medium for the surgical specialties to share the latest developments in surgery knowledge, ideas and good practice. The Journal publishes original articles, review articles, editorials, letters to the editor, short communication, case reports in the fields of General surgery, Plastic surgery, Transplantation surgery, Oncology, Trauma, Gastrointestinal and Vascular.


Journal of Surgery and Research welcomes researchers to submit articles on different subject categories surgery like General surgery, Plastic surgery, Organ transplant surgery, Cardiothoracic surgery, Vascular surgery, Pediatric surgery, Colorectal surgery, Surgical oncology, Trauma surgery, Endocrine surgery, Breast surgery, Gynecology, Skin surgery, Otolaryngology, Oral and maxillofacial surgery, Dental Surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Podiatric surgery, Urology.

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Journal Classification

Surgery 
Surgery is a medical specialization that utilizes manual and instrumental methods on a patient to treat an injury or a disease to help enhance functioning of body or appearance or to fix undesirable cracked areas in the body. The act of performing surgery is known as a “surgical procedure”, “operation”, or “surgery”. The patient on which the surgeon performs surgery can be a human or an animal. A surgery specialist is a surgeon who performs surgery. A surgical team is comprised of surgeon, surgeon’s assistant, and anesthesia supplier, medical attendant and surgical technologist. 
 
Tumor 
Tumor is an unusual mass of tissue. Tumors are an exemplary indication of inflammation, and can be harmless or cancerous. There are many distinctive sorts of tumors. Treatment relies upon the location and type of the tumor. Tumor marker tests and imaging might be utilized; some tumors can be seen (for instance, tumors on the outside of the skin) or felt (palpated with the hands). Benign tumors can be disregarded, or they might be lessened in size (debulked) or expelled by means of surgery. Cancerous tumors are treated by chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery.  
 
Arthroplasties 
Arthroplasty is an orthopedic surgical process where the articular surface of a musculoskeletal joint is supplanted, rebuilt, or realigned by osteotomy or some other strategy. Arthroplasty is an elective system that is carried out to relieve pain and reestablish functioning to the joint after damage by some kind of trauma.  
 
Osteoarthritis 
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a sort of joint sickness that results from breakdown of joint cartilage and hidden bone. Symptoms of osteoarthritis are stiffness and joint pain. Initially, symptoms are noticed only after exercise but might become constant over time. Other side effects include joint swelling, decreased range of motion and when the back is influenced. Joints on one side of the body are frequently more influenced than those on the other. Normally the symptoms affect over years. Osteoarthritis can influence work and daily life. Unlike arthritis, just the joints are commonly affected.  
 
Piezo surgery 
Piezoelectric Bone Surgery is a procedure that uses piezoelectric vibrations in the application of cutting bone tissue. Piezoelectric Bone Surgery is demonstrated for use in oral, maxillofacial, cranial and spinal systems. By changing the ultrasonic frequency of the device, it is easy to cut hard tissue while leaving soft tissue immaculate by the procedure. In current devices the ultrasonic frequency is modulated by the surgeon from 10, 30 and 60 cycles/s (Hz) even up to 35 kHz.  
 
Thrombosis 
Thrombosis is the arrangement of blood coagulation inside a vein, impeding the stream of blood through the circulatory system. At the point when a vein is harmed, the body utilizes platelets (thrombocytes) and fibrin to frame a blood coagulation to avert blood loss. Blood clumps may form in the body under specific conditions even when the blood vessel is not injured. Thrombosis may occur in veins or in arteries. Venous thrombosis (due to veins) results in blockage of the influenced part of the body, while arterial thrombosis (due to arteries) influences the blood supply and results in tissue damage provided by that artery.  
 
Myeloma 
Multiple myeloma (plasma cell myeloma) is a disease of plasma cells, a sort of white platelet typically in charge of delivering antibodies. Often, no side effects are seen initially. Risk factors incorporate obesity, radiation exposure, family ancestry, and certain chemicals. Multiple myeloma is treated depending on blood or urine tests finding abnormal antibodies, bone marrow biopsy finding carcinogenic plasma cells, and medical imaging discovering bone lesions. Another basic finding is high blood calcium levels.  
 
Plastic surgery 
Plastic surgery is a surgical operation including the reclamation, recreation, or modification of the human body. Plastic surgery can be categorized into two classes. The first is reconstructive surgery which incorporates craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and burn treatments. The other type of plastic surgery is cosmetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery strives to recreate a body part or enhance its working, whereas cosmetic surgery enhances the appearance of the damaged body part. Both strategies are utilized worldwide.  
 
Organ transplant surgery 
With advances in surgical methods and enhanced medications to avoid contamination and dismissal, organ transplantation is presently perceived as the best treatment for numerous diseases. UCSF is a pioneer in both grown-up and pediatric transplants for liver, kidney, and pancreas, attracting patients nationwide and universally. Kids, who recently had little any desire for survival in case of organ disappointment, now flourish as healthy grown-ups with transplanted organs. Each transplant candidate is assessed by a multidisciplinary group that incorporates transplant specialists, gastroenterologists, nephrologists, hepatologists, and social laborers. Patients get best in class care for profoundly complex methods with serious long haul follow-up.  
 
Vascular surgery 
Vascular surgery is a subspecialty of surgery in which illnesses (diseases) of the vascular system, or arteries, veins and lymphatic circulation are managed by therapeutic treatment, negligibly obtrusive catheter strategies, and surgical reconstruction. The vascular specialist is trained in the analysis and the board of ailments influencing all parts of the vascular system with the exception of those of the heart and cerebrum. Vascular specialists treat extracranial cerebrovascular malady while Neurosurgeons and interventional neuroradiologists treat infections of the brain vessels.  
 
Pediatric surgery 
Pediatric surgery is a surgery subspecialty including the surgery of embryos, babies, kids, teenagers, and youthful grown-ups. Pediatric surgery emerged amidst the 1879 century as the surgical consideration of birth defects required novel strategies and techniques and turned out to be based at children’s hospitals. One of the locales of this development was Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. In early 1940s, most new techniques for endotracheal anesthesia of babies permitted surgical repair of untreatable birth defects. By the late 1970s, the newborn child demise rate from a few noteworthy inborn contortion disorders had been lessened to almost zero. Neonatal surgery and fetal surgery are the sub specialties of pediatric surgery.  
 
Surgical oncology 
Surgical oncology is the field of surgery concerned with oncology that centers on the surgical administration of tumors (cancerous tumors). A specialist expertise in the field of surgical oncology is called surgical oncologist. Surgical oncologists are surgeons who had taken additional training in the management of oncological patients. Surgical oncologists often form part of a multi-disciplinary team and provide valuable insight to this group of professionals. Surgical oncologists may share their expertise with regard to the techniques necessary for biopsies, the respectability of the cancers and the role of surgery, if it is necessary.  
 
Neurosurgery 
Neurosurgery is the medical specialty related to the prevention, treatment, and surgical treatment which influence any bit of the sensory system including the mind, spinal cord, nerves, and additional cranial cerebrovascular system. In various nations, there are diverse necessities for a person to legitimately rehearse neurosurgery, and there are differing strategies through which they should be educated. The training span of neurosurgeon requires seven years after achieving medical school graduation.  
 
Laser Surgery 
Laser surgery utilizes a laser (rather than utilizing a surgical blade) to cut tissue. Models incorporate the utilization of a laser surgical tool in generally customary surgery, and soft tissue laser surgery, in which the laser beam vaporizes delicate tissue with high content of water. Laser surgery is generally utilized on the eye. Strategies utilized incorporate LASIK, which is utilized to address close and far-sightedness in vision, and photorefractive keratectomy, a technique that reshapes the cornea utilizing an excimer laser permanently to expel a little amount of the human tissue. Carbon dioxide, argon, Nd:YAG laser, and potassium titanyl phosphate form the types of surgical lasers.  
 
Robotic Surgery 
Robotic surgery was introduced to overcome the restrictions of surgical procedures and to upgrade the capacities of specialists performing open surgery. With the help of robotic surgery, the surgery specialist utilizes one of two strategies to control the instruments; either a telemanipulator or through computer control. A telemanipulator is a remote controller that enables the surgeon to carry out the general movements related to the surgery while the robotic arms perform those movements utilizing end-effectors and manipulators to carry out the actual surgery on the patient. In computer controlled systems the surgeon utilizes a computer to control the automated arms and its end-effectors. The computerized method of surgery leads to the possibility of remote surgery.  
 
Otorhinolaryngology 
Otorhinolaryngology (otolaryngology-head and neck surgery) is a subspecialty of surgery that is concerned with state of the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) and concerned structures of the head and neck. Specialists who have expertise in this field are known as otorhinolaryngologists, otolaryngologists, ENT specialists, or head and neck specialists. Patients look for treatment from an otorhinolaryngologist for ailments of the ear, nose, throat, base of the skull, and for the surgical management of cancers and benevolent tumors of the head and neck.  
 
Dermatology 
Dermatology is the field of medicine concerned with the skin, nails, hair and its diseases. A dermatologist is a specialist who treats diseases, in the vastest sense, and some cosmetic issues of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails. Dermatologists perform cosmetic operations including liposuction, blepharoplasty, and face lifts. Most dermatologists restrict their cosmetic practice to negligibly obtrusive strategies. Dermatologists have been pioneers in the field of cosmetic surgery. Some dermatologists complete fellowships in surgical dermatology. Dermatologists are trained on the utilization of botulinum poison, fillers, and laser surgery.  
 

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