صفحه اصلی مجموعه  Surgical Clinics of North America

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2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (10).pdf.jpg2016Wo r k f o rce N e e d s a n d Demands in SurgeryAre, Chandrakanth
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (4).pdf.jpg2016Tra n s i t i o n f ro m Tr a i n i n g t o Surgical PracticeCogbill, Thomas H
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (8).pdf.jpg2016E v o l v i n g Ed u c a t i o n a l Tec h n i q u e s i n Su r g i c a l Tra i n i n gEvans, Charity H; Schenarts, Kimberly D
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (9).pdf.jpg2016T h e Im p a i red Su r g e o nSeymour, Keri
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (21).pdf.jpg2016Technical Aspects of Oncologic Hepatic SurgeryMartin, Ronald F; Cho, Clifford S; Lowe, Michael C; Angelica, Michael I D
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (22).pdf.jpg2016SURGICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA-
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (9).pdf.jpg2016Tra n s a r t e r i a l T h e r a p y f o r C o l o re c t a l L i v e r MetastasesBhutiani, Neal
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (1).pdf.jpg2016R e s i d e n c y Su r g i c a l Tra i n i n g a t a n I n d e p e n d e n t Academic Medical CenterJones, Jeremiah
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (13).pdf.jpg2016Fork s i n th e R o ad The Assessment of Surgeons from the American Board of Surgery PerspectiveBuyske, Jo
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (12).pdf.jpg2016The A ging Surgeon Implications for the Workforce , the Surgeon , and the PatientSchenarts, Paul J; Cemaj, Samuel
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (11).pdf.jpg2016E d u c a t i o n an d Tr a i n i n g t o A d d re s s Sp e c i f i c N e e d s D u r i n g t h e C a re e r P ro g re s s i o n o f SurgeonsSachdeva, Ajit K; Blair, Patrice Gabler; Lupi, Linda K
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (7).pdf.jpg2016Surgical Residency Tra i n i n g a t a U n i v e r s i t y - B a s e d A c a d e m i c Me d i c a l C e n t e rHoffman, Rebecca L; Morris, Jon B; Kelz, Rachel R
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (2).pdf.jpg2016P re o p e r a t i v e A s s e s s m e n t a n d O p t i m i z a t i o n o f th e F u t u re L i v e r R e m n a n tThirunavukarasu, Pragatheeshwar
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (18).pdf.jpg2016Technical Aspects of Oncologic Hepatic Surgery Editor SURGICAL CLINICSEditor, Clifford S Cho
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (19).pdf.jpg2016SURGICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA-
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (11).pdf.jpg2016Hepatic Perfusion TherapyRajeev, Rahul; Gamblin, T Clark; Turaga, Kiran K
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (12).pdf.jpg2016H e p a t i c Tu m o r A b l a t i o nZiemlewicz, Timothy J; Wells, Shane A; Lubner, Meghan G; Brace, Christopher L; Jr, Fred T Lee; Hinshaw, J Louis
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (10).pdf.jpg2016M i n i m a l l y In v a s i v e H e p a t i c S u r ge ryOcuin, Lee M; Tsung, Allan
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 2 February (5).pdf.jpg2016Chemotherapy-Associated HepatotoxicitiesWhite, Michael A
2016 SCNA Volume 96 Issue 1 January (3).pdf.jpg2016Assessment of Competence The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education / Residency Review Committee PerspectiveIii, John R Potts

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