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.
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Stratification of THROMBOTIC RISK in Patients that are Undergoing to PICC Implantation: The “CoRa-MaPiCC STUDY” Corelli-Raimondi-Marchitto-Piovanello Project
Background: The PICC is a central venous system inserted in the peripherally vein. The central peripheral catheter catheter system (PICC=peripherally inserted central catheters) is a widely used procedure in clinical practice by medical and nurse team. PICC has potent...Read More
Biomechanical Analysis of Hip Joint Arthroplasties using CT-Image Based Finite Element Method
In the present study, medical CT images were utilized to develop 3D-computational models of hip joints and femoral bones. The finite element analysis was then performed to characterize the biomechanical problems associated with the bone models. The FEA results clearly...Read More
The Comparison of Scintigraphic and Ultrasonographic Evaluation Criteria of Thyroid Nodules with Histopathologic Findings
The aim of the study is to prospectively investigate the common malignancy criteria of nodules with the inclusion of malignancy potential in palpable thyroid nodules by imaging scintigraphically and sonographically. The study was conducted on 55 patients with palpable...Read More