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May 2017| Vol 3| Issue 3


What's new in academic medicine: Can we effectively address the burnout epidemic in healthcare?

Introduction: Burnout in Healthcare Burnout is a complex syndrome that involves depersonalization (DP), a diminished sense of accomplishment, and emotional exhaustion (EE) [Figure 1]...

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Missed traumatic injuries: A synopsis

The ultimate goal in trauma resuscitation is to promptly identify and treat all injuries. Despite clinical and technological advances in the diagnosis and treatment of trauma patients, missed injuri...

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The nuclear pore complex: A comprehensive review of structure and function

The nuclear pore complex (NPC) is an important functional entity of every eukaryotic cell's nuclear membrane. It enables selective transport of materials across the nuclear membrane in an organi...

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Vascular injury during spinal surgery

Key points: (a) Iatrogenic vascular injury is a rare but well recognized complication of spinal surgery; (b) The most serious injuries involve the aorta and its major branches; (c) Vascular injuries f...

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Retroperitoneal sarcomas

Retroperitoneal sarcomas (RS) are malignant tumors arising from mesenchymal cells, which are usually located in adipose, muscle, or connective tissue. RSs represent approximately 15% of all sarc...

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