Archives of Surgery (ARCH SURG-CHICAGO )
The mission of this journal is to promote the art and science of surgery by publishing relevant peer-reviewed clinical and basic science information to assist the surgeon in optimizing patient care. The Archives of Surgery will also serve as a forum for the discussion of issues that involve ethics, teaching, surgical history, and socioeconomic concerns.
- Impact factor4.10Show impact factor historyHide impact factor history
- 5-year impact4.75
- Cited half-life0.00
- Immediacy index1.38
- Article influence1.77
- WebsiteArchives of Surgery website
- Other titlesArchives of surgery (Chicago, Ill.: 1960), Archives of surgery
- Material typePeriodical, Internet resource
- Document typeJournal / Magazine / Newspaper, Internet Resource
- Author cannot archive a pre-print version
- Author cannot archive a post-print version
- 12 months embargo
- If funded by a not-for-profit organisation, on a not-for-profit publicly accessible repository
- Must link to publisher version
- Publisher's version/PDF cannot be used
- Classification white
Publications in this journal
- Archives of Surgery 01/2012; 147(1):99-99.
- Archives of Surgery 06/2010; 145(6):538-539.
- Archives of Surgery 06/2010; 145(6):557-557.
- Archives of Surgery 06/2010; 145(6):604-605.
- Archives of Surgery 04/2010; 145(4):345-345.
- Archives of Surgery 04/2010; 145(4):403-403.
- Archives of Surgery 04/2010; 145(4):333-333.
- Archives of Surgery 04/2010; 145(4):354-355.
- Archives of Surgery 04/2010; 145(4):402-403.
- Archives of Surgery 03/2010; 145(3):295-295.
- Archives of Surgery 02/2010; 145(2):201-201.
- Archives of Surgery 02/2010; 145(2):186-186.
- Archives of Surgery 12/2009; 144(12):1143-1143.
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ABSTRACT: Hypothesis: The role of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection in determining the prognosis after hepatectomy for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in patients with cirrhosis is controversial. Design: Retrospective study based on multicenter prospectively updated databases. Setting: Two tertiary referral centers specializing in hepatobiliary surgery. Patients: Two hundred four consecutive patients with cirrhosis undergoing hepatectomy for single nodules of HCC of 5 cm or smaller from January 1, 1997, through September 30, 2006. Interventions: Patients were divided into the following groups according to their preoperative viral status: HBV positive and hepatitisCvirus (HCV) negative (group 1); HBV negative and HCV positive (group 2); HBV negative and HCV negative (group 3); and HBV positive and HCV positive (group 4). Main Outcome Measures: A multivariate analysis was performed to determine factors associated with recurrence-free survival (RFS) among demographic, clinical, pathological, and surgical variables.Archives of Surgery 10/2009; 144:906-913.
- Archives of Surgery 08/2009; 144(8):721-721.
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