This Viewpoint investigates the safety, efficacy, and cost profile of robotic-assisted mastectomy over traditional open mastectomy for the potential treatment or prevention of breast cancer.
This Viewpoint discusses emphasis and inclusion of global surgery in medical school as a possible way to address and prevent physician burnout.
This randomized clinical trial evaluate the effectiveness and safety of negative pressure wound therapy for subcutaneous abdominal wound healing impairment after surgery in clinical practice.
This cohort study analyzes 2 statewide peer surgical coaching programs to identify a quantitative measure to determine who will be an effective surgical coach.
This diagnostic study describes the development and initial use of the Wisconsin Surgical Coaching Rubric, a tool to evaluate the quality of peer surgical coaches during individual coaching sessions.
This cross-sectional study assesses how compensation rates built into work relative value units contribute to differences in physician compensation across specialties.
This cohort study investigates whether emergency case status is independently associated with venous thromboembolism compared with elective case status and tests the hypothesis that emergency cases would have a higher risk of venous thromboembolism.
This cohort substudy of a randomized clinical trial assesses the risk of death for patients with gastrointestinal stromal tumors with and without imatinib according to resection margin level using data from a randomized study on adjuvant imatinib.
This cohort study describes the mortality and readmission outcomes of prescribing metformin beyond its use to control blood glucose levels in adults with type 2 diabetes.
This systematic review summarizes published evidence on health-related quality-of-life outcomes for vascularized lymph node transfer and complex decongestive therapy for the treatment of breast cancer–related lymphedema.
This article reviews the use of indocyanine green for intraoperative ureteral identification in nonurologic surgery.
This article describes the characteristics and treatment options for lymphedema.
This study assesses the prevalence of bullying and barriers to its eradication among US surgeons.
This cohort study surveyed resident surgeons in the US to assess their experiences of racial/ethnic discrimination in residency programs.
This qualitative study examines surgeon’s thoughts on decision-making in repairing an abdominal wall hernia in a woman or girl of childbearing age.
This cohort study uses gap decomposition analysis to ascertain the factors associated with postoperative mortality in patients with heart failure.
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