Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
Colon and Rectal Surgery, 2016
Penn Medicine Washington Square
800 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
A facility of Pennsylvania Hospital
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Thompson EV, Saur NM.: Pelvic Floor Conditions: Rectal Intussusception. Clinical Decision Making in Colorectal Surgery, 2nd ed : 2019.
Montroni I, Saur NM, Audisio RA.: Colorectal Cancer in Older Adults: Surgical Issues Geriatric Oncology : 2019.
Wale A, Wexner SD, Saur NM, Massarotti H, Laurberg S, Kennedy E, Rockall A, Sebag-Montefiore D, Brown G.: Session 1: The evolution and development of the multidisciplinary team approach: USA, European and UK experiences - what can we do better? Colorectal Disease : 17-27,2018.
Murken D, Concors S, Aarons C, Saur N, Shanmugan S, Paulson E: Operative Outcomes After Robotic Proctectomy for Rectal Cancer Are Influenced by Center-Level Volume American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons National Meeting, Nashville, TN : 2018.
Birkett R, Concors S, Saur N, Aarons C, Bleier J, Shanmugan S, Paulson E: Overuse and Limited Benefit of Chemotherapy For Stage II Colon Cancer In Young Patients American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons National Meeting, Nashville, TN : 2018.
Vining C, Concors S, Saur N, Paulson E: Combined Protectomy and Hepatectomy for Stage IV Rectal Cancer is Safe with Significant 5-year Survival Rates American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons National Meeting, Nashville, TN : 2018.
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Saur NM, Bleier JIS.: How to Avoid Complications/Treatment of Endoscopic Complications. Advanced Colonoscopy and Endoluminal Surgery : 2017.
Saur, NM, Montroni I, Ghignone F, Ugolini G, Audisio R.A.: Attitudes of Surgeons toward Elderly Cancer Patients: A Survey from the SIOG Surgical Task Force. Visceral Medicine 33 : 262-266,2017.
Saur NM, Bleier JIB.: IBD: Management of a painful anal fissure and skin tags in patients with Crohn's disease. Difficult Decisions in Colorectal Surgery: An Evidence Based Approach : 2017.
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