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Year Number of Results
1945 15
1946 63
1947 59
1948 73
1949 46
1950 64
1951 112
1952 115
1953 124
1954 135
1955 151
1956 143
1957 163
1958 144
1959 100
1960 109
1961 173
1962 155
1963 248
1964 361
1965 218
1966 86
1967 109
1968 72
1969 73
1970 72
1971 87
1972 94
1973 67
1974 78
1975 76
1976 69
1977 83
1978 98
1979 101
1980 124
1981 120
1982 131
1983 151
1984 162
1985 149
1986 128
1987 202
1988 277
1989 311
1990 366
1991 619
1992 695
1993 779
1994 743
1995 642
1996 673
1997 608
1998 615
1999 546
2000 538
2001 525
2002 533
2003 490
2004 520
2005 546
2006 547
2007 654
2008 712
2009 713
2010 792
2011 794
2012 850
2013 844
2014 883
2015 889
2016 872
2017 886
2018 811
2019 429
2020 10
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Biliary tract surgery.
Wernberg JA. Surg Clin North Am 2014. PMID 24679434
Percutaneous Biliary Interventions.
Perez-Johnston R, et al. Gastroenterol Clin North Am 2018 - Review. PMID 30115441
Biliary drainage is important in the care of patients with benign and malignant biliary obstruction. Careful preprocedure evaluation of high-quality cross-sectional imaging and inventory of symptoms are necessary to determine whether a percutaneous, endoscopic, or surgical approach is most appropriate. ...Options for percutaneous biliary intervention include external or internal/external biliary drainage, stent placement, biliary stone retrieval, and bile duct biopsy. ...
Biliary drainage is important in the care of patients with benign and malignant biliary obstruction. Careful preprocedure eval
Biliary reconstruction.
Rossi RL and Tsao JI. Surg Clin North Am 1994 - Review. PMID 8047944
The success of the initial repair after bile duct injury is critical to the long-term patency and function of the biliary tract. ...A coordinated multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with biliary injuries is now the standard....
The success of the initial repair after bile duct injury is critical to the long-term patency and function of the biliary tract
[Biliary tract surgery].
Mercado MÁ and Carrete-González AL. Rev Gastroenterol Mex 2013. PMID 24041067 Spanish. Free article.
Adjuvant chemotherapy for resected biliary tract cancers: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Ghidini M, et al. HPB (Oxford) 2017 - Review. PMID 28684194 Free article.
INTRODUCTION: The use of adjuvant treatment (AT) in resected biliary tract cancers (BTC) is still controversial. No efficacy comparison has been performed between chemotherapy (CT) and chemoradiotherapy (CTRT). ...
INTRODUCTION: The use of adjuvant treatment (AT) in resected biliary tract cancers (BTC) is still controversial. No eff …
A history of the bilioenteric anastomosis
Ahrendt SA and Pitt HA. Arch Surg 1990. PMID 2241564
The bilioenteric anastomosis has played an integral role in the surgical management of biliary tract disease during the past century. A wide variety of techniques for suturing a portion of the biliary tract to the digestive tract have been described since von Winiwarter's first cholecystoenterostomy. ...
The bilioenteric anastomosis has played an integral role in the surgical management of biliary tract disease during the past c …
The top 100: A review of the most cited articles in Surgery
Manuel Vázquez A, et al. Cir Esp 2019 - Review. PMID 30551788
Overall, 70% are original papers, 8% randomized control trials, 11% reviews, 1% meta-analyses and 11% other subtypes. There are 13% proceedings papers. ...Hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery is the most common subject area. Annals of Surgery had twice as many citations as the other journals studied. ...
Overall, 70% are original papers, 8% randomized control trials, 11% reviews, 1% meta-analyses and 11% other subtypes. There are 13% p …
Blind alleys and dead ends: researching innovation in late 20th century surgery
Palfreyman H and Kneebone RL. Med Humanit 2018. PMID 29305390 Free PMC article.
This article examines the fortunes of one particular surgical innovation in the treatment of gallstones in the late 20th century; the percutaneous cholecystolithotomy (PCCL). This was an experimental procedure which was trialled and developed in the early days of minimally invasive surgery and one which fairly rapidly fell out of favour. ...
This article examines the fortunes of one particular surgical innovation in the treatment of gallstones in the late 20th century; the …
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