Michael J. Solomon mainly focuses on Surgery, Randomized controlled trial, Clinical trial, Colorectal cancer and Colorectal surgery. His Surgery research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Odds ratio and Confidence interval. His studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Clinical research, Physical therapy and Surgical procedures.
His study in Clinical trial is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Evidence-based medicine and Public health. His research on Colorectal cancer concerns the broader Cancer. In his research on the topic of Colorectal surgery, Anus, Sphincter, Hygiene and Worry is strongly related with Fecal incontinence.
Michael J. Solomon spends much of his time researching Surgery, Colorectal cancer, Pelvic exenteration, Randomized controlled trial and Internal medicine. His work carried out in the field of Surgery brings together such families of science as Quality of life and General surgery. The subject of his Colorectal cancer research is within the realm of Cancer.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Resection margin, Pelvis, Retrospective cohort study, Recurrent Rectal Cancer and Cohort. His Randomized controlled trial research integrates issues from Colectomy, Physical therapy, Clinical trial and Confidence interval. He has included themes like Gastroenterology and Oncology in his Internal medicine study.
His main research concerns Surgery, Pelvic exenteration, General surgery, Colorectal cancer and Quality of life. His studies deal with areas such as Surgical oncology, Randomized controlled trial, Retrospective cohort study and Cohort as well as Pelvic exenteration. His study focuses on the intersection of Randomized controlled trial and fields such as Postoperative complication with connections in the field of Defecation.
Colorectal cancer is a subfield of Cancer that he tackles. His research in Quality of life tackles topics such as Physical therapy which are related to areas like Mental health. His work in Rectum tackles topics such as Laparoscopy which are related to areas like Clinical trial and Open Resection.
Surgery, Pelvic exenteration, Colorectal cancer, Cancer and Quality of life are his primary areas of study. His Surgery study combines topics in areas such as Nursing research and Psychological intervention. His research in Pelvic exenteration intersects with topics in Physical therapy, Dissection, Abdomen and Lymph.
His Colorectal cancer research incorporates themes from Radiology, Retrospective cohort study and Behavior change. His Cancer study which covers Surgical oncology that intersects with Early results. His Quality of life study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Postoperative complication, Mental health and Female sexual function.
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Expression of interleukin (IL)-2 and IL-7 receptors discriminates between human regulatory and activated T cells
Nabila Seddiki;Nabila Seddiki;Brigitte Santner-Nanan;Jeff Martinson;John Zaunders.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (2006)
What are the unmet supportive care needs of people with cancer? A systematic review
James D. Harrison;Jane M. Young;Melanie A. Price;Phyllis N. Butow.
Supportive Care in Cancer (2009)
Effect of Laparoscopic-Assisted Resection vs Open Resection on Pathological Outcomes in Rectal Cancer: The ALaCaRT Randomized Clinical Trial
Andrew R. L. Stevenson;Andrew R. L. Stevenson;Michael J. Solomon;John W. Lumley;Peter Hewett.
Meta-analysis of short-term outcomes after laparoscopic resection for colorectal cancer
N. S. Abraham;J. M. Young;M. J. Solomon.
British Journal of Surgery (2004)
Randomized Trial of Short-Course Radiotherapy Versus Long-Course Chemoradiation Comparing Rates of Local Recurrence in Patients With T3 Rectal Cancer: Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group Trial 01.04
Samuel Y K Ngan;Bryan H Burmeister;Richard John Fisher;Michael J Solomon.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2012)
Association between compensation status and outcome after surgery : A meta-analysis
Ian Harris;Jonathan Mulford;Michael Solomon;James M. van Gelder.
Short-term outcomes of the Australasian randomized clinical study comparing laparoscopic and conventional open surgical treatments for colon cancer: the ALCCaS trial.
Peter J. Hewett;Randall A. Allardyce;Philip F. Bagshaw;Christopher M. Frampton.
Annals of Surgery (2008)
Should we be performing more randomized controlled trials evaluating surgical operations
Michael J. Solomon;Michael J. Solomon;Robin S. McLeod;Robin S. McLeod.
The Role of Whole-Body Positron Emission Tomography With [18F]Fluorodeoxyglucose in Identifying Operable Colorectal Cancer Metastases to the Liver
David T. M. Lai;Michael Fulham;Michael S. Stephen;Kent-Man Chu.
Archives of Surgery (1996)
Neoplastic progression occurs through mutator pathways in hyperplastic polyposis of the colorectum
J. R. Jass;H. Iino;A. Ruszkiewicz;D. Painter.
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