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May-June 2021| Vol 54| Issue 3

Original Article

Effectiveness of fine needle aspiration cytology versus excisional biopsy in cervical lymphadenopathy

Background: Cervical lymphadenopathy is a common cause of referral to the surgery department. In low-resource countries, fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) has been advocated as an altern...


Original Article

Functional outcome of type 13 C2 distal humerus fractures treated with precontoured locking plates

Background: Distal humerus fractures pose the most challenging task in treatment, which can lead to poor functional outcomes. Anatomic reduction and internal fixation, along with early mobili...


Original Article

Laboratory virtual instrument engineering workbench-based semi-automated measurement of cranial asymmetry

Background: Cranial asymmetry has been associated with the laterality of neurological diseases including chronic subdural hematoma, subdural hygroma, and stroke. Although picture archiving an...


Original Article

Postoperative outcomes of microphlebectomy and Trendelenburg operation with stripping for saphenofemoral junction incompetence

Background: With more than 10 million cases occurring annually in India, varicose veins can sometimes result in severe discomfort and pain besides disfiguration of skin. The objective of the ...


Case Report

Lumbar spinal epidural hematoma without vertebral fracture causing cauda equina syndrome

Spinal epidural hematoma (SEH) is a rare disease and may lead to spinal cord compression. It could be caused by trauma, including iatrogenic procedures such as spinal surgery or spinal anesthesia or...


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ISSN - Print: 1682-606X, Online: 2213-5413

Formosan Journal of Surgery, a publication of Taiwan Surgical Association, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Bimonthly print on demand compilation of issues published.

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