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MEC McFarlane

Sickle Cell Disease and Elective Cholecystectomy

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DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2018.192
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3–9

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08 Dec, 2018
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e-Published: 25 Mar, 2019

Colonic Diaphragm in a Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis – A Case Report from the Caribbean

DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2015.488

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Accepted: 
30 Sep, 2015
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e-Published: 30 Oct, 2015

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Clinicopathologic Profile of Gastric Carcinomas at the University Hospital of the West Indies

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364–8
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The majority of 216 cases of gastric cancer seen over a ten-year period was in the elderly; they were of the intestinal variety and located in the antrum. These patients presented with epigastric pain and often did not undergo curative surgery.

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e-Published: 06 Jun, 2013

Popliteal Artery Transection Associated with Blunt Knee Injury: Controversies in Management – A Case Report

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82–4

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e-Published: 04 Jun, 2013

The Role of Surgeon Specialization in Improving Patient Outcomes A Challenge for the Caribbean

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517–18

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Progressive surgeon specialization has been shown to result in improved patient outcomes for many surgical procedures. This has been demonstrated in improved survival following cancer surgery and improved operative morbidity and mortality for other procedures. Concentrating complex surgical cases in centres where case volume and expertise exist should result in better overall surgical care delivery.

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e-Published: 24 Jul, 2013
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