The findings are published in the British Journal of Surgery.
What does BJS stand for?
BJS stands for British Journal of Surgery (UK)
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We have 32 other meanings of BJS in our Acronym Attic
- Bangladesh Jute Research Institute
- Bivsa Jugoslovenska Republika Makedonija (Serbian: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
- Basic Job Readiness Training Program
- Brisbane Junior Rugby Union (Australia)
- Basic Job Skills
- Battle Just Started (video game)
- Beaux Jardins du Soleil (French: Beautiful Gardens of the Sun)
- Beijing, China-Capital Airport (Airport Code)
- Beloit Janesville Symphony (est. 1954; Madison, WI)
- Blues, Jazz & Soul (musical genres)
- Bruzzese Jardins Services (French; Monegasque garden services company)
- Bureau of Justice Statistics
- Byron Jackson Services
- Badgerland Jet Sports Association (Wisconsin)
- Bellevue Junior Sports Association (Bellevue, NE)
- Brazilian Jet Sports Association (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
- Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Sramik Dal (Bangladeshi Trade Union Organization)
- Bonneville Joint School District (Idaho)
- Bundesverband Jüdischer Studierender in Deutschland
- Bulgarian Journal of Science and Education Policy
Samples in periodicals archive:
A new study recently published in The British Journal of Surgery has demonstrated that a simple breath analysis could be used for colorectal cancer screening.
The paper is published in the British Journal of Surgery.
He has published his study of a trial conducted with 108 of his patients in the British Journal of Surgery.
Comparison between a study in the British Journal of Surgery and figures released by the NHS Institute show that the average length of stay for patients using CardioQ is seven days, almost half that of the NHS average of 15.
British Journal of Surgery Society Ltd, Wiley Online Library, www.
The British Journal of Surgery has published the findings online.
British Journal of Surgery, 2007, 94, 1220-1225 This study from Finland evaluates a 10-year consecutive series of 207 women who had immediate breast reconstruction after skin-sparing mastectomy with a mean follow-up period of 70 months.