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Berlin 20-22 September 2017 - put it in your diary!

We hope you enjoyed our 11th Annual and Scientific Meeting in Milan. Planning has already started for our 12th Meeting which will be held at the City Cube, Berlin on 20-22 September 2017.

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2017 Cohort Study: invitation to participate

5 January 2017

Multicentre snapshot prospective audits have the power to bring together surgeons and units across multiple regions or countries for a common...

January is Neuropelveology Month

January is Neuropelveology Month

4 January 2017

Throughout January we will be focussing on neuropelveology and highlighting some key resources and presentations to our readers. To start the month,...

GlobalSurg: Promoting patient focussed research in low and middle income countries

21 December 2016

In November 2016, the GlobalSurg collaborative of surgeons, including a number of ESCP members, met in Birmingham (UK) to plan their next trial. The...

The Future of Intestinal Failure Surgery. Quo Vadis for a New 'Super Specialty'?

The Future of Intestinal Failure Surgery. Quo Vadis for a New 'Super Specialty'?

19 December 2016

Professor Gordon Carlson, from the Irving National Intestinal Failure Unit at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, discusses the current state of the art...

Colorectal Disease – the Official Journal of ESCP

Colorectal Disease Journal cover

This month:

Is it time to rethink the rule of total mesorectal excision? A prospective radiological and pathologic study in 49 consecutive patients with mid-rectal cancer ~ Nathalie Guedj, Magaly Zappa, Léon Maggiori, Caroline Bertin, Christophe Hennequin and Yves Panis

Volatile organic compounds as new biomarkers for colorectal cancer: a review (pages 654–663) ~ M. Di Lena, F. Porcelli and D. F. Altomare

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Editor's choice

A new article from the journal is selected each month as Editor's Choice. An accompanying commentary is written by one of the Associate Editors.

Long-term results following an anatomically based surgical technique for resection of colon cancer: a comparison with results from complete mesocolic excision ~ Bokey L, Chapuis PH, Chan C, Stewart P, Rickard MJFX, Keshava A, Dent OF.

The journal of Colorectal Disease publishes original research in all disciplines relating to colorectal pathology.

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