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Acute Care Surgery / Surgical Critical Care

Bibiliography-Jessica Gross, MD


  1. Shareef MM, Dancea HC, Gross JL, Myers TT, Griggs WW, Ahmed M, Sheldon DG.  A noncommercial polymerase chain reaction-based method to approach one hundred percent recombinant clone selection efficiency. Analytical Biochemistry. Aug 2008;328(1):75-6
  2. Gross JL, Woll NL, Hanson CA, Phl C, Corpio FJ, Kennedy AP Jr, Coppola CP. Embolization for Pediatric Blunt Splenic Injury is an Alternative to Splenectomy When Observation Failes.  J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013 Sep; 75(39)421-425.
  3. Gross JL, Goldman MP, Farrah JP, Miller PR. The wandering bullet. Am Surg. 2014 Jul; 80(7):196-7.
  4. Lopez JM, McGonagill PW, Gross JL, Hoth JJ, Chang MC, Parker K, Requarth JA, Miller PR.  Subcapsular Hematoma in Blunt Splenic Injury: A Significant Predictor of Failure of Nonoperative Management. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2015 DC;79(6)957-960.


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