PROGRESS IN COLORECTAL SURGERY

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Progress In Colorectal Surgery

Author : John Beynon
ISBN : 1852338237
Genre : Medical
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Progress in Colorectal Surgery covers a variety of topics of current interest to the colorectal specialist. Recognizing that the surgeon does not work in isolation, the book integrates recent progress in imaging techniques for the anal canal and rectum, and will highlight medico-legal considerations. The book discusses key concepts that will assist general surgeons and colorectal consultants in their management of patients with a broad spectrum of anorectal and colonic disorders. It will be particularly useful to trainees approaching the final intercollegiate examination who have expressed a specialist interest in colorectal surgery. With a problem-oriented slant, this book is essential reading for all those with an interest in coloproctology.
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Advances In Colorectal Neoplasia An Issue Of Surgical Clinics E Book

Author : Sean J. Langenfeld
ISBN : 9780323530347
Genre : Medical
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This issue of Surgical Clinics of North America focuses on Advances in Colorectal Neoplasia, and is edited by Dr. Sean J. Langenfeld. Articles will include: Colorectal cancer screening; Imaging for colon and rectal cancer; The difficult colorectal polyp; Emergency presentations of colorectal cancer; Advances in laparoscopic colorectal surgery; Robotic colorectal surgery; Local excision of rectal cancer; New strategies in rectal cancer; Hereditary colorectal cancer syndromes; Dysplasia and cancer in inflammatory bowel disease; Atypical colorectal neoplasms; Resection of the primary tumor in stage IV colorectal cancer: when is it necessary?; Cytoreduction and HIPEC for colorectal cancer; Molecular markers for colorectal cancer, and more!
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Advances In Abdominal Surgery

Author : E. Zanella
ISBN : 0792359887
Genre : Medical
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This book contains papers from a group of Italian academic surgeons that contributed to a national research program entitled `Progress in Abdominal Surgery'. The research was supported by the Italian Ministry of the University. The primary initiative of the group was to combine experimental and clinical approaches in the study of several surgical abdominal diseases. The authors of the single chapters were requested to present an update in their own field of research. This volume summarizes several important updates in abdominal surgery and pathophysiology. The contributions are grouped in five sections, namely: surgical infections, hepato-biliary and pancreatic surgery, colo-rectal surgery, minimally invasive surgery, and transplantation. This book on surgical research in Italy is therefore addressed to academic surgeons, or surgeons interested in research.
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Progress In Surgery Of The Liver Pancreas And Biliary System

Author : S. Bengmark
ISBN : 9789400933491
Genre : Medical
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This book reflects a broad spectrum of current opinions and progress in the surgical management of liver, pancreatic and biliary disease. The enormous advances in diagnostic imaging techniques and in interven tional, radiological and biliary approaches, the pathophysiological problems and their management manifest often as complications in the post-operative period, new techniques and the results of surgical approaches are all thorough ly documented. Historical background is commented upon by Dr. Kenneth Warren of Boston in the first chapter. Subsequent chapters deal with a variety of subjects but always emphasizing differences of opinion and approach and maintaining the discussive environment so typical to the present-day approach to the topic. Professor Bengmark's efforts to introduce a forum for wide discussion for diseases of the liver, pancreas and biliary tract and many recent advances in research and technology to aspects of the clinical management and outcome of patients is well rewarded in this balanced publication. Advances in this field of surgery have been and continue to be so rapid that such documentation is not only necessary but very welcome.
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The Ascrs Textbook Of Colon And Rectal Surgery

Author : David E. Beck
ISBN : 9781441915849
Genre : Medical
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Developed in conjunction with the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, this comprehensive textbook provides readers with the full scope of surgical practice for patients with diseases of the colon and rectum. Expert surgeons, all active both as educators and with busy clinical practices, have written concise and practical chapters on the most commonly done procedures while providing much-needed insight on less frequently presentations, as well. The ASCRS Textbook is designed to meet the needs not only of colorectal specialists, but also the general surgeon in practice whose caseload includes patients with disorders and diseases of the colon, rectum and anus. Residents and fellows will also find a wealth of hands-on guidance and practical tips and tricks. The ASCRS Practice Parameters are incorporated in the book along with an appendix providing the most up-to-the minute access to best practice guidelines. Patient care and safety are addressed in each chapter. "[The ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery] is a long awaited textbook for those in the field and it does not disappoint. It is brief and to the point, but does not lack the necessary detail expected from a society-produced publication. [It has an] easy-to-read quality that enhances comprehension for the trainee. It is by no means just a student textbook. The inclusion of "hot" current topics, like the anal fistula plug, makes it fresh and useful for experienced surgeons. This is an excellent addition to the colorectal library." (Doody's Review)
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Advances In Abdominal Surgery 2002

Author : Attilio Maria Farinon
ISBN : 1402009070
Genre : Medical
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Advances in Abdominal Surgery 2002 contains papers from a group of Italian academic surgeons who contribute to a national research program entitled `Progress in Abdominal Surgery'. The research is supported by the Italian Ministry of the University. The primary objective of the group is to combine experimental and clinical approaches in the study of several surgical abdominal diseases. The authors of the individual chapters were requested to present an update in their own fields of research. This volume summarizes several important updates in abdominal surgery and pathophysiology. The contributions are grouped into six sections, namely Surgical Infection, Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic and Splenic Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Fecal Incontinence, Minimally-Invasive Surgery, and Transplantation.
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Disordered Defaecation

Author : H.G. Gooszen
ISBN : 9789400933354
Genre : Medical
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This book is a unique work devoted to the subject of disordered defaecation. It contains chapters written by experts in the field of ano-rectal physiology and management of disordered defaecation. The various contributions present personal views and special clinical experience of individuals. There are some personal views which we felt should be commented upon and a few areas where the experience of others has been included into the text. For the sake of completeness of each chapter, a slight overlap in some cases was inevitable. We hope the book will serve as a useful collection of opinions on a subject which until recently has been largely ignored by the medical profession. The editors Major contributors H.O. ten Cate Hoedemaker Department of Surgery, University Hospital, Rijnsburgerweg 10,2333 AA Leiden, The Netherlands G. Coremans Department ofInternal Medicine, University Hospital Gasthuisberg, Here straat 49, 3000 Leuven, Belgium S. Fasth Department of Surgery II, Sahlgrenska Hospital, S-413 45 G6teborg, Swe den H.G. Gooszen Department of Surgery, University Hospital, Rijnsburgerweg 10, 2333 AA Leiden, The Netherlands J.A. Gruwez Department of General Surgery, University Hospitals KU, Brusselsestraat 63,3000 Leuven, Belgium M.M. Henry Department of Gastroenterology, Central Middlesex Hospital, Acton Lane, London NWlO 7NS, United Kingdom M.R.B. Keighley Department of Surgery, The General Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Bir mingham B4 6NH, United Kingdom J.H.C. Kuypers Department of Surgery, University Hospital St. Radboud, Geert Groote plein Zuid 14,6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands Ph. B.
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Contentious Issues In Surgical Gastroenterology Ecab

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ISBN : 9788131232453
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All surgeons are convinced that they provide the best possible care to their patients and fortunately most patients are happy with their surgeons. Where safety and quality were once considered to be self-evident, these issues need to be made more explicit in modern surgery. Doctors and the general public alike are nowadays more aware of the variations in quality that exist among surgeons and institutions and of the unwarranted harmful effects surgery can have. Super- or sub-specialization seems one way to improve both its quality and safety. Surgical Gastroenterology or Gastrointestinal Surgery is one of these new superspecialties. The path towards this specialization is not easy and turf battles between General Surgery and Surgical Gastroenterology are still being fought. Professor Kaushik recounts the history and development of this superspecialty in India. He recounts that although the history of Surgical Gastroenterology in this country is short, its future is bright but, as has happened in other countries, its further division into organ-based superspecialties can be expected. ‘Practice makes one perfect’ is the motto that is probably true for the high-risk surgery which is still being performed in small institutions or by surgeons with only little expertise. The inverse correlation between volume and outcome expressed as mortality and morbidity has been shown all over the world. Wouters et al systematically analyze the literature covering this topic. They also show that concentration and regionalization do not automatically lead to an improved quality of surgery, since other issues for quality assurance are of equal importance, such as adherence to evidence-based guidelines, feedback, and monitoring. Despite all the inputs in training and instruction by experts, a uniformly high quality of surgery is hard to achieve in day-to-day gastrointestinal surgery. Sudhir Joseph and his colleagues show that a dedicated checklist can save lives and reduce postoperative morbidity in many countries with different systems and levels of healthcare. A similar beneficial effect was found in The Netherlands using a more comprehensive checklist that covers the whole period of the hospital stay. The new type of surgeon is aware of the principles of evidence-based medicine and he/she will challenge the dogmas of the ‘old’ surgery. Over the years our surgical masters have told us about the importance of good pre-operative and postoperative care for our patients. The bowel should be put at rest before operation and oral feeding restored only slowly after surgery starting with nothing by mouth to sips of clear water. Bed rest was essential for recovery. He introduced the ERAS (Enhanced Recovery after Surgery) strategy also named Fast Track Surgery. Mitchell et al provide ample evidence that all surgeons should adopt the ERAS strategy. Implementation of this will lead to better and more cost-effective operations.
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Methods Of Cancer Diagnosis Therapy And Prognosis

Author : M. A. Hayat
ISBN : 9781402095450
Genre : Medical
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This fourth volume in a series devoted to cancer treatment discusses various methodologies for the diagnosis, therapy and prognosis of colorectal cancer. It covers the latest information including standard and emerging therapies and technological advances.
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