Welcome to the Surgery in Africa Monthly Reviews
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Surgery in Africa Reviews:

June: Achieving excellent outcomes and avoiding complications in pediatric inguinal hernia surgery
May: Colon Cancer: A Review
April: Hydrocephalus in Africa: A Surgical Perspective
March: Complications of Late Pregnancy
February: Peritonitis and Intra-abdominal Abscess – Pelvic and Sub-phrenic

2007 Archives:

December: Management of Common Anorectal Disorders
November: Venous Thromboembolism – what surgeons in low-income countries need to know
October: Obstructive Jaundice – A review article
September: Acute Pancreatitis – management in low-income countries
August: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
July: Cholelithiasis, Cholecystitis, and Cholecystectomy – their relevance for the African surgeon
June: Management of Oesophageal Carcinoma: A Pragmatic Approach for Developing Countries
May: Cesarean Section – a review for African surgeons
April: Peptic Ulcer Disease – the impact of Helicobacter pylori on management in the developing world
March: Diabetic Foot-the impending crisis
February: Breast Cancer
January: Thyroid II-Thyroidectomy

2006 Archives:

December: Acquired Gastrointestinal Fistulae
November: Traumatic Brain Injury – Management in Africa
October: Typhoid Fever
September: Gynecologic Emergencies
August: Snakebites in Children in Africa: A Practical Approach to Management
July: Spina Bifida
June: Emergency Care of the Hand
May: Thyroid I – Endemic Goiter
April: Surgical Infections III – Thoracic Empyema
March: Appendicitis
February: Surgical Infections II – A. Osteomyelitis, Acute, and Chronic
January: Vascular Trauma

2005 Archives:
December: Neonatal Surgical Emergencies
November: Blood Transfusion in Surgery
***** Addendum to Surgical Infections Review
October: Surgical Infections – Soft-Tissue Infections
September: Is Splenic Preservation after Blunt Splenic Injury Possible in Africa?
August: What is the Most Appropriate Repair for Groin Hernias in Africa?
July: When is Primary Anastomosis Safe in the Colon?