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This book includes step-by-step depictions of twenty-eight operative procedures in colorectal surgery. Chassin’s Operative Strategy in Colon and Rectal Surgery is a succinct analysis of surgical procedures for colorectal disorders. Spanning from well-established legacy procedures to the most up-to-date minimally invasive approach, this brilliantly illustrated atlas particularly discusses the theoretical basis of the operations as well as the strategies crucial to evading common pitfalls.
Concepts in surgery of the large intestine.- Right colectomy for cancer.- Left colectomy for cancer.- Laproscopic left hemicolectomy.- Low anterior resection for rectal cancer.- Abdominoperineal resection/total procolectomy.- Subtotal colectomy with ileoproctostomy or ileostomy and sigmoid mucous fistula.- Ileoanal anastomosis with ileal reservoir following total colectomy and mucosal proctectomy.- Abdominoperineal proctectomy for benign disease.- End-ileostomy.- Loop ileostomy.- Cecostomy: surgical legacy technique.- Transverse colostomy.- Closure of temporary colostomy.- Laparoscopic stoma construction and closure.- Operations for colonic diverticulitis (including lower GI bleeding).- Ripstein operation for rectal prolapse.- Concepts in the surgery of the anus, rectum, and pilonidal region.- Rubber band ligation of internal hemmorhoids.- Hemorrhoidectomy.- Anorectal fistula and pelvirectal abscess.- Lateral internal sphincterotomy for chronic anal fissure.- Anoplasty for anal stenosis.- Thiersch operation for rectal prolapse: surgical legacy technique.- Operations for pilonidal disease.