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On behalf of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology and the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, Elsevier has started publishing the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology and the Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery (JOGS) from January 2024 onward.
We are sharing the most cited articles from last year and have made these freely available to you for a limited time. These articles provide a snapshot of the high-impact research you can expect from these journals. Click to links below to read the articles on ScienceDirect.
Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery
The Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery (JOGS) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal designed to furnish the surgeon with the latest developments in gastrointestinal surgery.
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Predictors of marginal ulcer after gastric bypass: a systematic review and meta-analysis(opens in new tab/window) Azizullah Beran, Mohammad Shaear et al.
Sugarbaker Versus Keyhole Repair for Parastomal Hernia: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Comparative Studies(opens in new tab/window) Andrew M. Fleming, Alisa L. Phillips et al.
Defining Facility Volume Threshold for Optimization of Short- and Long-Term Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Resection of Perihilar Cholangiocarcinoma(opens in new tab/window) Mohamedraed Elshami, Jonathan J. Hue et al.
Intrathoracic Robotic-Sewn Anastomosis During Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy for Cancer: Back to Basics?(opens in new tab/window) C.G.S. Huscher, F. Cobellis et al.
Effect of Operative Time on Outcomes of Minimally Invasive Versus Open Pancreatoduodenectomy(opens in new tab/window) Michael D. Williams, Anuradha R. Bhama et al.
Post-Pancreatectomy Acute Pancreatitis—The New Criteria Fail to Recognize Significant Presentations(opens in new tab/window) Marcus Holmberg, Jacob Schou et al.
Hospital Volume and Textbook Outcomes in Minimally Invasive Hepatectomy for Hepatocellular Carcinoma(opens in new tab/window) Yutaka Endo, Zorays Moazzam et al.
Incidence and Risk Factors of Surgical Complications and Anastomotic Leakage After Transanal Total Mesorectal Excision for Middle and Low Rectal Cancer(opens in new tab/window) Fengming Xu, Haoze Li et al.
Journal of Nuclear Cardiology
The Journal of Nuclear Cardiology is the only journal in the world devoted to this dynamic and growing subspecialty. Physicians and technologists value the Journal not only for its peer-reviewed articles, but also for its timely discussion about the current and future role of nuclear cardiology.
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The combined effect of air and transportation noise pollution on atherosclerotic inflammation and risk of cardiovascular disease events(opens in new tab/window) Michael T. Osborne, Shady Abohashem et al.
Quantitative single photon emission computed tomography derived standardized uptake values on 99mTc-PYP scan in patients with suspected ATTR cardiac amyloidosis(opens in new tab/window) Juan Caarlo Avalon, Jacob Fuqua et al.
Automated nonlinear registration of coronary PET to CT angiography using pseudo-CT generated from PET with generative adversarial networks(opens in new tab/window) Ananya Singh, Jacek Kwiecinski et al.
Quantitative 99mTc-DPD-SPECT/CT assessment of cardiac amyloidosis(opens in new tab/window) Lukas Kessler, Pedro Frafoso Costa et al
Fully automated deep learning powered calcium scoring in patients undergoing myocardial perfusion imaging(opens in new tab/window) Thoamas Sartoretti, Antonio G. Gennari
Prediction of outcome by 82Rb PET/CT in patients with ischemia and nonobstructive coronary arteries(opens in new tab/window) Emilia Zampella, Teresa Mannarino et al.
Clinical features and prognosis of isolated cardiac sarcoidosis diagnosed using new guidelines with dedicated FDG PET/CT(opens in new tab/window) Tomohisa Okada, Naoto Kawaguchi et al.