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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Clinical Profile of Patients with Fibroadenoma of Breast
Aims and Objectives: To study the clinical profile of patients with fibroadenoma of breast. Methods and Materials: Fifty cases with histologically diagnosed cases of fibroadenoma were included in the study and were compared with previous data from literature. Result: ...Read More
Development of Myofibrosarcoma after Removal of Longstanding Chemotherapy Port
We present a case report of a patient who developed a myofibrosarcoma after removal of a left-sided chemotherapy port which was place ten years prior for the treatment of a right sided-breast cancer. The patient developed a new left-sided breast cancer and after surgi...Read More
Access To Anterior Skull Base Via Lefort I Approach
Tumours of the anterior skull base require a multispecialty approach for adequate resection and reconstruction. Panoramic access to the anterior skull base is frequently required for massive tumours that traverse this region and invade the complex anatomy of the craniofacial compartment. The Le F...Read More