Open Access Journal of Surgery

Open Access Journal of Surgery (OAJS) is dedicated in publishing the global advancements in all kinds of surgical research, education and clinical practice. It aims to support continued developments in surgery through sharing of latest knowledge, ideas and practices across all surgical specialties. The OAJS provides readers with high quality, peer-reviewed and advanced publications in the field of surgery that are relevant to their respective departments. The journal aims to develop and sustain the standards in progressive level of research and provides a deep focus on evidence-based medicine through the publication of timely reviewed articles in the surgical section. As a Journal of Surgery covering all the branches, the OAJS aspires to facilitate the transfer of important ideas and lines of thought across the departments. In this way, the journal will help prevent the trend of increasing sub-specialization.

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Latest Articles

Case Report June 15, 2021

Dose Escalation Using Cyberknife Boost in Locally Advanced High Risk Prostatic Carcinoma –A Comparative Study with Historic Cohort Receiving Conventional Fractionated Dose Escalated External Beam Radiotherapy

Dr Krithikaa Sekar, Bindiya Vijayan, Ancy Mathew, Priya sinha, Fareena Taj CK, Radheyshyam Naik, Ajai Kumar BS, Srinivas BJ, Ramesh S Bilimagga, Shekar Patil, Sateesh Chirondoni Thungappa, Veena Ramaswamy, Shivakumar swamy, Sudhakar Sampangi, Kumar Kallur

DOI: 10.19080/OAJS.2021.13.555858

Case Report June 09, 2021

Pleomorphic Variant of Primary Breast Liposarcoma: A Case Report of Rare Entity with Radiopathological Review

Krithikaa Sekar, Bindiya Vijayan, Ancy Mathew, Priya Sinha, CK Fareena Taj, Radheyshyam Naik, BS Ajai Kumar, BJ Srinivas, Ramesh.S.Bilimagga, Shekar Patil, Sateesh Chirondoni Thungappa, Veena Ramaswamy, Shivakumar swamy, Sudhakar Sampangi, Kumar Kallur, R

DOI: 10.19080/OAJS.2021.13.555856

Research Article May 25, 2021

Description of Surgery Technique of The Lower Trapezius Transfer with Semitendinosus and Gracilis Tendon Graft for The Treatment of Massive or Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tear

Thiago Bernardo Carvalho de Almeida*, Roberto Rangel Bongiovanni , Marcel Jun Sugawara Tamaoki, Luciano Pascarelli and Luciano Miller Reis Rodrigues

DOI: 10.19080/OAJS.2021.13.555853

Research Article April 19, 2021

Community Transitional Nursing Decreases the Incidence of Periprosthetic Joint Infection (PJI)

Liangxiao Bao, Zhanjun Shi, Guangqing Zhang and Jianlong Li*

DOI: 10.19080/OAJS.2021.12.555850


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