- Takes a problem oriented approach to discuss the key concepts in the field of colorectal surgery.
- Includes recent progress in imaging techniques and how they are useful to the surgeon.
- Highlghts not only the medical apsects of coloproctology, but the legal concerns for the physician as well.
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Table of Contents1. The Effective and Efficient Management of Patients with Rectal Bleeding to Identify the Few with Cancer Michael R Thompson, E T Swarbrick, B G Ellis, I Heath, L F Wood and W S Atkin
2. Screening for Colorectal Cancer John H Scholefield and Susan J Ritchie
3. Familial Colorectal Cancer Sunil Dolwani and Julian R Sampson
4. Advances in the Medical Treatment of Crohn’s disease Sara McCartney and Michael JG Farthing
5. The Management of Perianal Crohn’s Disease Arthur Allan and Philip E Bearn
6. Investigation and Management of Malignant Anal Canal Tumours Najjia N Mahmoud and Robert D Madoff
7. Difficult Intra-operative Problems in Pelvic Surgery Finlay JM Curran and Nigel A Scott
8. Functional Reconstruction of the Perineum and Pelvic Floor Alan D McGregor
9. The management of Inoperable Rectal Cancer Sarah T O’Dwyer
10. The Role of the Oncologist in the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer Shibani Nicum, Rachel Midgley and David J Kerr
11. Investigation of Functional Bowel Disorders PJ Arumugam, John Beynon and Bharat Patel
12. Innovations in the Treatment of Fecal Incontinence Susan C Parker and Amy Thorsen
13. Surgical Management of Constipation Ian G Finlay and Andrew A Renwick