Surgery

76 articles
by Anne Borden King

Our Surgeries, Ourselves

Columnist Anne Borden King combines meticulous research with moving reflections about living with breast cancer to expose an overlooked form of medical paternalism and explore the thought-provoking relationship between one’s body and most intimate self-image.

by Robyn McClelland

She was jilted at the neurosurgery altar but found true love in pediatrics

A doctor reflects on her passionate romance with neurosurgery, her devastating break up on Match Day, and how she then found a soulmate in pediatric intensive care.

by Safina Adatia

Gender and medical specialty choice – have we made progress?

Gender differences in medical specialty choice persist. Here are the factors that play a role in these imbalances – and how residency programs can attract more female applicants.

by Michael Fralick John Fralick

Episode 23 – Rapid Fire!

by Paul Taylor

Choosing the best option for hip surgery

by Timothy Jackson

Cracking the code for surgical success

by Paul Taylor

Will COVID-19 affect my cancer surgery?

by Michael Fralick John Fralick

Surprise! We’re back…and talking all things cardiovascular…

by Paul Taylor

Can surgery lead to cognitive problems?

by Kieran Quinn Laura Walker Anthony Maher Daniel Maughan

Too Much to Ask? Wait Times for Hip Fracture Surgery and Clinician Denials of Patient Requests

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