Essential General Surgical Operations

Essential General Surgical Operations

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Overview

ESSENTIAL GENERAL SURGICAL OPERATIONS has been specifically produced to meet the needs of the basic surgical resident who is looking for an operative text. Adapted from the best-selling parent title, GENERAL SURGICAL OPERATIONS, ESSENTIAL GENERAL SURGICAL OPERATIONS clearly covers all the surgical operations that surgical residents need to be familiar with to pass the MRCS exam. The highly-praised features of GENERAL SURGICAL OPERATIONS have been retained, including the clear, direct writing and illustrative style, and the boxes that emphasize and give advice on how to recognize, avoid, and correct difficulties. However, the text has been rewritten where necessary to ensure that the needs of the surgical resident are clearly met, and it has been substantially streamlined so that the key operations are covered in the exact level of detail required.
• Feature: Mirrors exactly the MRCS list of surgical procedures. Benefit: Covers the standard basic-trainee level list of operations with which all trainees should be familiar
• Feature: Clear writing style for ease of reading. Benefit: Conveys key information clearly
• Feature: Recognition and avoidance of difficulties emphasized in handy "difficulties" boxes. Benefit: Clearly flags up potential problems to the reader.
• Feature: Reuses 185 illustrations from General Surgical operations. Benefit: Clear illustrative style of the parent book preserved.
• Feature: Derived from critically acclaimed, best-selling parent title, General Surgical Operations 4E
• Feature: Edited and written by a highly respected surgical team. Benefit: Expert advice for today's trainee.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780443063985
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Publication date: 07/17/2001
Edition description: 10TH
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 10.98(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Choose well, cut well, get well R.M. Kirk
Anaesthesia-related techniques R. S. Simons
The Severely Injured Patient F. W. Cross and J. M. Ryan
Laparotomy: elective and emergency R. M. Kirk and R. C. N. Williamson
Principles of minimal access surgery A. Darzi and P.A. Paraskeva
Abdominal wall and groin D.F. L. Wakin and R. M. Kirk
Appendix and abdominal access R. C. N. Williamson and R. M. Kirk
Oesophagus J. Bancewicz and R. M. Kirk
Oesophageal cancer H. Akiyama, H. Udagawa and R. M. Kirk
Stomach and duodenum D. Johnson and R. M. Kirk
Small bowel R. C. N. Williamson and T. R. Worthington
Colonoscopy R. J. Leicester
Colon A. C. J. Windsor, R. Phillips and P. Hawley
Anorectum R. Phillips, A. C. J. Windsor and J. P. S. Thomson
Open biliary operations R. C. N. Williamson and V. Usatoff
Laparoscopic biliary surgery J. N. Thompson and S. G. Appleton
Pancreas R. C. N. Williamson and V. Usatoff
Liver and Portal venous system K. E. F. Hobbs and S. Bhattacharya
Spleen R. C. N. Williamson and A. K. Kakkar
Breast M. Baum and C. Saunders
Thyroid gland J. R. Farndon and C. A. Fowler
Parathyroid glands J. R. Farndon and C. A. Fowler
Adrenal J. R. Farndon and C. A. Fowler
Arteries P. L. Harris
Veins and lymphatics K. G. Burnand and M. Waltham
Transplantation K. Rolles
Thorax T. Treasure, R. R. Kanagasabay and A. R. Makey
Head and neck M. P. Stearns, R. W. R Farrell and M. Hobsley
Orthopaedics and trauma amputations N Goddard and G. Harper

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