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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2019, Volume 14, Issue 5, p. e0217411
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European Surgery, ISSN 1682-8631, 12/2018, Volume 50, Issue 6, p. 285
Non-operative management (NOM) of blunt hepatic and splenic injuries has become popular in haemodynamically stable adult patients, despite uncertainty about... 
Mortality | Liver | Vaccination
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European Surgery, ISSN 1682-8631, 8/2019, Volume 51, Issue 4, pp. 206 - 216
Treatment of hepatic and splenic injuries has significantly evolved over the past 30 years: Non-operative management (NOM) has increasingly become standard of... 
Survey | Non-operative management | Medicine & Public Health | Cardiac Surgery | Splenic injury | Surgery | Abdominal Surgery | Vascular Surgery | General Surgery | Liver injury | Liver and spleen | Liver
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European Journal of Surgical Oncology, ISSN 0748-7983, 06/2019, Volume 45, Issue 6, pp. 1077 - 1083
Bile leakage (BL) is a frequent and severe complication following liver surgery. The aim of this study was to evaluate risk factors for BL, related other... 
Oncological outcome | Bile leakage | Malignancy | Survival | Hepatic resection
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EUROPEAN SURGERY-ACTA CHIRURGICA AUSTRIACA, ISSN 1682-8631, 08/2019, Volume 51, Issue 4, pp. 206 - 216
Background Treatment of hepatic and splenic injuries has significantly evolved over the past 30 years: Non-operative management (NOM) has increasingly become... 
SURGERY | Non-operative management | ADULTS | ABDOMINAL ORGAN INJURIES | FAILURE | Liver injury | Survey | MEMBER PRACTICES | NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT | THROMBOEMBOLIC PROPHYLAXIS | Splenic injury | MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN | LIVER | ASSOCIATION | Liver and spleen
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Journal of Surgical Oncology, ISSN 0022-4790, 02/2020, Volume 121, Issue 2, pp. 382 - 391
Background Short treatment‐duration with early restaging is crucial to avoid liver injury after preoperative chemotherapy (preopCTX) for colorectal liver... 
morphological criteria | colorectal cancer liver metastases | preoperative chemotherapy | response | early tumor shrinkage | surgery | BEVACIZUMAB | CLASSIFICATION | COMBINATION | CANCER | SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS | IMPACT | ONCOLOGY | FOLFOX4
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by Pilcher, Richard and Necuiniate, Renata and Hughes, Alis and Farewell, Daniel and Holmans, Peter and Bonelli, Raphael M and Herranhof, Brigitte and Holl, Anna and Kapfhammer, Hans-Peter and Koppitz, Michael and Lilek, Sabine and Magnet, Markus and Müller, Nicole and Scheibl, Monika and Schöggl, Helmut and Ullah, Jasmin and Brugger, Florian and Hametner, Eva-Maria and Hepperger, Caroline and Holas, Christiane and Hussl, Anna and Müller, Christoph and Pinter, Bernadette and Sprenger, Fabienne and Constant, Eric and Léonard, Marie-Claude and Van De Wyngaerde, Françoise and Ribaï, Pascale and Van Paemel, Dominique and Boogaerts, Andrea and Van Reijen, Dimphna and Klempíř, Jiří and Majerová, Veronika and Madsen, Louise Hasselstrøm and Jacobsen, Oda and Regeur, Lisbeth and Stockholm, Jette and Larsen, Ida Unmack and Vangsted-Hansen, Christina and Vinther-Jensen, Tua and Wermuth, Lene and Andersson, Christian and Nyberg, Clara and Sundblom, Jimmy and Peippo, Maarit and Ollokainen, Mari and Ignatius, Jaakko and Kajula, Outi and Eklund, Pia and Hiivola, Heli and Hyppönen, Hannele and Martikainen, Kirsti and Allain, Philippe and Bonneau, Dominique and Prundean, Adriana and Verny, Christophe and Babiloni, Blandine and Couttier, Julien and Debilly, Bérengère and Delaigue, Christine and Bachoud-Lévi, Anne-Catherine and Badei, Farideh and Boissé, Marie-Françoise and Boudali, Lotfi and De Langavant, Laurent Cleret and Lemoine, Laurie and Cabaret, Maryline and Carrière, Nicolas and Delliaux, Marie and Depelchin, Alizé and Dewulf-Pasz, Nelly and Hopes, Lucie and Lemaire, Marie-Hélène and Manouvrier, Sylvie and Peter, Mireille and Plomhause, Lucie and Sablonnière, Bernard and Simonin, Clémence and Vuillaume, Isabelle and Benoit, Alexandra and Blin, Stéphanie and Duru, Cécile and Fasquel, Véronique and Godefroy, Olivier and Mantaux, Béatrice and Playe, Alicia and Roussel, Martine and Tir, Mélissa and Schüler, Béatrice and Azulay, Jean-Philippe and Chabot, Christelle and Eusebio, Alexandre and Fluchere, Frédérique and Mundler, Laura and Raseta, Rolland and Benaich, Sandra and Brice, Alexis and Ewenczyk, Claire and Jauffret, Céline and Kassar, Abdulrahman and ...
Journal of Huntington's Disease, ISSN 1879-6397, 2018, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 209 - 222
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by Quarrell, Oliver W and Handley, Olivia and O’Donovan, Kirsty and Dumoulin, Christine and Ramos-Arroyo, Maria and Biunno, Ida and Bauer, Peter and Kline, Margaret and Landwehrmeyer, G. Bernhard and Barth, Katrin and Correia Guedes, Leonor and Finisterra, Ana Maria and Bos, R and Ecker, Daniel and Held, Christine and Koppers, Kerstin and Laurà, Mathilde and Descals, Asunción Martínez and McLean, Tim and Mestre, Tiago and Minster, Sara and Monza, Daniela and Townhill, Jenny and Orth, Michael and Padieu, Helene and Paterski, Laurent and Peppa, Nadia and Koivisto, Susana Pro and Rialland, Amandine and Trigo Cubillo, Patricia and van Walsem, Marlene R and Witjes-Ané, Marie-Noelle and Yudina, Elizaveta and Zielonka, Daniel and Zielonka, Eugeniusz and Zinzi, Paola and Bachoud-Lévi, A.-C and Bentivoglio, A.R and Biunno, I and Bonelli, R and Burgunder, J.-M and Dunnett, S.B and Ferreira, J.J and Handley, O.J and Heiberg, A and Landwehrmeyer, G.B and Levey, J and Nielsen, J.E and Päivärinta, M and Roos, R.A.C and Rojo Sebastián, A and Tabrizi, S.J and Vandenberghe, W and Verellen-Dumoulin, C and Zaremba, J and Wahlström, J and Bonelli, Raphael M and Herranhof, Brigitte and Holl, Anna and Kapfhammer, Hans-Peter and Koppitz, Michael and Magnet, Markus and Otti, Daniela and Painold, Annamaria and Reisinger, Karin and Scheibl, Monika and Hecht, Karen and Lilek, Sabine and Müller, Nicole and Schöggl, Helmut and Ullah, Jasmin and Brugger, Florian and Hepperger, Caroline and Hotter, Anna and Mahlknecht, Philipp and Nocker, Michael and Seppi, Klaus and Wenning, Gregor and Buratti, Lisa and Hametner, Eva-Maria and Holas, Christiane and Hussl, Anna and Mair, Katharina and Poewe, Werner and Wolf, Elisabeth and Braunwarth, Eva-Maria and Ribaï, Pascale and Flamez, Anja and Morez, V and de Raedt, Sylvie and Boogaerts, Andrea and Vandenberghe, Wim and van Reijen, Dimphna and Klempíř, Jiř and Roth, Jan and Nielsen, Jørgen E and Hjermind, Lena E and Jakobsen, Oda and Stokholm, Jette and Hasholt, Lis and ...
European Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 1018-4813, 2012, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 20 - 26
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European Surgery, ISSN 1682-8631, 6/2019, Volume 51, Issue 3, pp. 105 - 113
Despite technical advances in surgical resection and postoperative management of the pancreas, surgical procedures of the pancreas are associated with a high... 
Medicine & Public Health | Cardiac Surgery | Surgery | Percutaneous radiological treatment | Percutaneous embolization | Pancreatic interventions | Biliary interventions | Abdominal Surgery | Vascular Surgery | General Surgery | Upper gastrointestinal bleeding complication | Medical colleges | Health aspects | Mortality
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European Journal of Surgical Oncology, ISSN 0748-7983, 02/2020, Volume 46, Issue 2, pp. e118 - e119
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