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Techniques in Coloproctology

Title Abbreviation
Tech Coloproctol
Electronic ISSN
Therapeutic Area
Colorectal Surgeons, Gastroenterologists, Surgeons
Techniques in Coloproctology is an international journal fully devoted to diagnostic and operative procedures carried out in the management of colorectal diseases. Imaging, clinical physiology, laparoscopy, open abdominal surgery and proctoperineology are the main topics covered by the journal. Reviews, original articles, technical notes and short communications with many detailed illustrations render this publication indispensable for coloproctologists and related specialists. Both surgeons and gastroenterologists are represented on the distinguished Editorial Board, together with pathologists, radiologists and basic scientists from all over the world. The journal is strongly recommended to those who wish to be updated on recent developments in the field, and improve the standards of their work.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Israel Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery (ISCRS), Italian Society of Colo-Rectal Surgery (SICCR), Mediterranean Society of Coloproctology (MSCP)
Publisher Name
Springer-Verlag Italia Srl
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