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Colorectal Surgery: Living Pathology in the Operating Room / Edition 1

Colorectal Surgery: Living Pathology in the Operating Room / Edition 1

by Mark Killingback


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ISBN-13: 9780387880334
Publisher: Springer New York
Publication date: 12/18/2008
Edition description: 1st ed. 2006. 2nd printing 2008
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 8.20(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

SMALL BOWEL: Lipoma: Terminal Ileum.- The Intruding Carcinoid.- Carcinoidosis of the Ileum.- GIST of the Ileum.- Adenocarcinoma of the Jejunum.- Blind Pouch Syndrome.- Blind Pouch Syndrome after Ileorectal Anastomosis.- APPENDIX: Appendicitis: Diagnosis at Colonoscopy.- Mucocele of the Appendix.- Cystadenoma: Appendix.- Carcinoma of the Appendix.- POLYPS-POLYPOSIS: A Mega Polyp Associated with a Micro Cancer.- Extensive 'Benign' Polyp of the Rectum and Sigmoid Colon.- A Bad Result from a Successful Operation for a Polyp in the Sigmoid Colon.- One Operation for Double Pathology.- Juvenile Polyposis and Rectal Prolapse.- Juvenile Polyposis in an Adult.- Chronic Intussusception of the Colon due to Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome.- Carcinoma of the Rectum:FAP and Rectovaginal Fistula.- Ileorectal Anastomosis for FAP: Rectal Cancer.- Large Bowel Lipomatosis.- A Polypoid Lesion in the Sigmoid Colon.- CANCER OF THE COLON AND RECTUM: Synchronous Colon Carcinoma and Malignant Carcinoid.- Coexistent Cancer and Diverticulitis.- Sigmoid Carcinoma and Serosal Cysts.- Cavitating Cancer of the Transverse Colon.- The Wagging Tongue of a Sigmoid Cancer.- Protracted Recurrence of Mucoid Cancer.- Anaplastic Colon Cancer.- Linitis Plastica of the Colon and Rectum.- Curative Resection of Rectal Cancer Despite Liver Metastases.- Small Sigmoid Cancer: 'Mega' Lymph Node Metastasis.- Rectal Cancer Infiltrating the Buttock via An Anal Fistula.- Lucky Local Recurrence.- Thoraco-abdominal Approach to Carcinoma of the Splenic Flexure.- DIVERTICULAR DISEASE: Was It Diverticulitis.- Large Pseudopolyp of the Sigmoid Colon.- Which Operation for Acute Diverticulitis with Peritonitis.- Waiting to Die.- Distal Abscesses and Diverticular Disease.- Colo Perineal Fistula.- Diverticulitis: Extensive Abscess in the Mesorectum.- Diverticulitis: Colovesical Fistula.- Dissecting Diverticulitis.- Annular Extramural Dissecting Diverticulitis.- Giant Diverticulum.- Diverticulitis: Large Bowel Obstruction.- INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE: Ulceration in Crohn’s Disease of the Small Bowel.- Recurrent Crohn’s Disease.- Crohn’s Disease: Strictures of Ascending Colon and Duodenum.- The Appendix, Fistulae and Pseudopolyps in Crohn’s Disease.- A 'Shamrock' Deformity due to Crohn’s Disease.- A Short 'Hose Pipe' Colon: Crohn’s Disease.- Recurrent Crohn’s Disease: Pseudopolyposis.- Presentation of Crohn’s Ileitis as an Abdominal Malignancy.- Crohn’s Disease 19 Years After Initial Resection.- Large Bowel Obstruction: Crohn’s Disease.- Subacute Toxic Megacolon due to Ulcerative Colitis.- Colitis and Pseudopolyposis.- Ileo-Rectal Anastomosis for Chronic Ulcerative Colitis: Early Diagnosis of Carcinoma: Late Diagnosis of Large Polyp.- Childhood Ulcerative Colitis: Rectal Cancer.- Obstructive Colitis.- Pseudomembranous Colitis and Toxic Megacolon.- Ileocaecal Tuberculosis Mimicking Crohn’s Disease or Vice Versa.- LYMPHOMA: Burkitt’s Lymphoma (Ileum) with Intussusception.- Ileo-Caecal Lymphoma.- Multiple Lymphoma and Ulcerative Colitis.- Lymphoma of the Rectum.- ANO RECTAL DISEASE: An Intrasphincteric Anal Tumour.- Aggressive Angiomyxoma of the Pelvis.- Implantation Metastasis into an Anal Fistula.- Local Excision of a Rectal Carcinoma can be an Easy Operation.- Proctitis Cystica Profunda.- Rectopexy for a Rectal Stricture.- Intersphincteric Anal Fistula with Proximal Perirectal Extension.- Necrotising Infection after Removal of 'Benign' Rectal Polyp.- VARIOUS PATHOLOGY: Intra-Abdominal Desmoid Unassociated with FAP.- Pneumatosis Coli.- Stercoral Ulceration: Sigmoid Perforation.- Non Gangrenous Ischaemic Colitis.- Infarction of the Omentum.- Metastatic Linitis Plastica of the Colon.- Lipoma Transverse Colon.- Intestinal Endometriosis.- Hirschsprung’s Disease.- Gallstone Obstruction: Sigmoid Colon.- Intussusception.- COMPLICATIONS OF INVESTIGATION AND TREATMENT: Barium Perforation of the Rectum.- Colonoscopy

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