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Current issue | No. 8. August 2016
Original articles

Hepatobiliary scintigraphy for early diagnosis of biliary atresia

Jane Maestri Brittain, Nina Kvist, Lars Søndergaard Johansen et al

Secondary oesophageal or gastric cancer in patients treated for head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

Anja Rosenlund Andersen, Ole Steen Bjerring, Christian Godballe et al

A nationwide analysis of socioeconomic outcomes after hip and knee replacement

Jakob Kjellberg & Henrik Kehlet

Laparoscopic appendectomy during pregnancy is safe for both the mother and the fetus

Jesper Frølund Laustsen, Ole Steen Bjerring, Øyvind Johannessen et al

Protocol article

Preoperative steroid in abdominal wall reconstruction: protocol for a randomised trial

Kristian Kiim Jensen, Tina Lee Brøndum, Bo Belhage et al

Fluorescence versus X-ray cholangiography during laparoscopic cholecystectomy: protocol for a randomised trial

Lars Lang Lehrskov, Søren S. Larsen, Billy B. Kristensen et al

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Male circumcision does not result in inferior perceived male sexual function – a systematic review

Male circumcision does not result in inferior perceived male sexual function – a systematic review

The objective of the systematic review by Shabanzadeh et al is to determine if circumcision, medical indication or age at circumcision impair perceived sexual function in males. The authors include 38 studies, herein two randomised trials. Their results do not support that perceived sexual function in males is impaired by circumcision.

11. july 2016

A new model of paired clinical teaching of international and Danish medical students

A new model of paired clinical teaching of international and Danish medical students

In an original article Cortes et al conclude that training in pairs is a feasible model for the teaching clinical skills to international medical students. The primary intervention is to pair training for international and Danish students in situations with clinical patient contact. Furthermore, the international teams have one daily lecturer supervising them exclusively all day through. This improves the clinical course in obstetrics and gynaecology for medical students.

11. july 2016