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ACS Case Reviews in Surgery

ACS Case Reviews in Surgery is a unique, peer-reviewed online case report journal that offers both practicing surgeons and surgery residents high-quality, online-based access to in-depth analyses of actual surgical cases. The journal also boasts an exceptional editorial and reviewer board that comprises distinguished surgeon leaders from around the world.

Here are some other exciting features of this innovative new offering:

  • Each issue features 15 case reports from an extensive array of surgical specialties, including breast, colorectal, pediatric, trauma, bariatric, general, and rural surgery.
  • Each issue provides full article PDFs of each case report that are both downloadable and printable.
  • Each issue allows subscribers to earn up to 24 Self-Assessment CME Credits per annual subscription.

ACS Case Reviews in Surgery is published electronically six times per year, and subscriptions are available with and without access to an accredited CME program. 

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Featured Content

The April issue of ACS Case Reviews in Surgery describes an unusual case of multiple cystic lymphangioma scattered throughout the small bowel mesentery in the background of celiac disease, hemolytic anemia, and autoimmune hepatitis.

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About the Journal

Dr Isenberg on ACS Case Reviews

Gerald A. Isenberg, MD, FACS, FASCRS, provides an overview of ACS Case Reviews in Surgery.

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ACS Chapter Competitions

The American College of Surgeons is pleased to announce a new initiative that encourages ACS Chapters to hold “case study contests.”

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