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Laparoscopic versus open colorectal surgery in the acute setting (LaCeS trial): a multicentre randomized feasibility trial (2020)
Journal Article
Cardozo, W., Baker, R., Berger, C., Chapman, S., Codd, R., Coyne, P., …Brown, J. (in press). Laparoscopic versus open colorectal surgery in the acute setting (LaCeS trial): a multicentre randomized feasibility trial. British journal of surgery, https://doi.org/10.1002/bjs.11703

Abstract Background Approximately 30,000 people per annum undergo major, emergency abdominal, gastrointestinal surgery, of which 36% (~10,800) are carried out for emergency colorectal pathology. Approximately 14% of all patients requiring emergency... Read More about Laparoscopic versus open colorectal surgery in the acute setting (LaCeS trial): a multicentre randomized feasibility trial.

A new stellar chemo-kinematic relation reveals the merger history of the milky way disk (2014)
Journal Article
Minchev, I., Chiappini, C., Martig, M., Steinmetz, M., De Jong, R. S., Boeche, C., …Williams, M. (2014). A new stellar chemo-kinematic relation reveals the merger history of the milky way disk. Astrophysical journal. Letters, 781(1), L20. doi:10.1088/2041-8205/781/1/l20

The velocity dispersions of stars near the Sun are known to increase with stellar age, but age can be difficult to determine, so a proxy like the abundance of α elements (e.g., Mg) with respect to iron, [α/Fe], is used. Here we report an unexpected b... Read More about A new stellar chemo-kinematic relation reveals the merger history of the milky way disk.