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Editorial Board of Chinese Journal of Digestive Surgery
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Dong Jiahong£®∂≠ľ“ļŤ£©

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Chen Min£®≥¬√Ű£©


Chinese Medical Journals Publishing House Co.£¨Ltd.
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ISSN 1673-9752
CN 11-5610/R

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Original Articles
  • Liu Tong, Wei Yaochen, Liang Mingyang, Wang Wanchao, Wang Yiming, Cao Liying, Liu Siqing, Liu Xining, Ji Yannan
     ObjectiveTo explore the correlation between different body mass indexes and incidence of digestive carcinoma. MethodsThe retrospective cohort study was conducted. The data of 95 177 participants (75 909 males and 19 268 females) aged (51±12)years with the range of 18-98 years who participated health examination at the Kailuan General Hospital, Kailuan Linxi Hospital, Kailuan Zhaogezhuang Hospital, Kailuan Tangjiazhuang Hospital, Kailuan Fan′gezhuang Hospital,Kailuan Jinggezhuang Hospital, Kailuan Lyujiatuo Hospital, Kailuan Linnancang Hospital, Kailuan Qianjiaying Hospital, Kailuan Majiagou Hospital and Kailuan Branch Hospital from July 2006 to December 2015 were collected. [...Read more]
  • Ni Chuandou, Song Chunfeng, Yang Mingjun, Xing Peng, Zhang Wei
     ObjectiveTo analyze the prognostic factors in the surgical treatment of hilar cholangiocarcinoma. MethodsThe retrospective case-control study was conducted. The clinicopathological data of 93 patients £Ř61 males and 32 females, age (64±8)years with the range of 43-84 years£› with hilar cholangiocarcinoma who underwent surgical treatments in the General Hospital of the Northern Theater from January 2010 to December 2017 were collected. [...Read more]
Operation, How to Do it
  • Tang Sizhe, Wang Pu, Tian Fei, Kong Dalu
     ObjectiveTo investigate the clinical efficacy of laparoscopic right hemicolectomy via limited medial approach. MethodsThe retrospective and descriptive study was conducted. The clinical data of 32 patients £Ř15 males and 17 females, average age 62 years (range, 49-70 years£› with right colon cancer who were admitted to the Tianjin Medical University Cancer Hospital between July 2016 and April 2018 were collected. [...Read more]
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