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Journal of Surgical Technique and Case Report

The aim of Journal of Surgical Technique and Case Report is to advance surgical knowledge and practice by promoting the reporting of innovative and reproducible surgical techniques and illustrative surgical cases on various surgical disciplines.  The journal encourages authoritative synthesis of current surgical literature and practice and will serve as a source of material on evidence based knowledge about current acceptable surgical techniques. It will serve as a medium for experts to detail how they do it.   The journal will accommodate case reports, case series and reviews of surgical techniques with potentials to illustrate management of surgical cases or to advance new frontiers in surgical technique. It will provide a quarterly medium for communication and continuing surgical education and debate among surgeons and surgical trainees. Other websites related to this journal: http://www.jstcr.org/

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Vol 6, No 2 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

A Novel Surgical Pre-suturing Technique for the Management of Ankyloglossia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Khairnar, B Pawar, D Khairnar 49-54
Transverse Testicular Ectopia with Bilateral Pyocoele: Case Report and Brief Review of Literature EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Kumar, P Garg, ASN Rao, A Kumar 55-57
Retrorectal Cystic Hamartoma: A Problematic ‘Tail’ EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DR Suhani, K Meena, S Ali, L Aggarwal, S Thomas 58-60
Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery: A Life‑threatening Anomaly that should be considered during Esophagectomy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Mahmodlou, N Sepehrvand, S Hatami 61-63
Pediatric Thymoma with a Difference: Report of a Case and Review of Literature EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Saha, S Suhani, A Basak, N Agarwal, P Dewan 64-66
Duodenal Transection without Pancreatic Injury following Blunt Abdominal Trauma EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SS Bankar, VS Gosavi, M Hamid 67-69


ISSN: 2006-8808