Incisional hernia

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Springer, 1999 - Medical - 511 pages
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All general surgeons, and especially hernia surgeons, will benefit from this book. It contains a complete update on the research and pathogenesis of the incisional hernia. The volume describes all important diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and evaluates the appropriate use of each procedure for each particular case. Pitfalls and unresolved issues are discussed in depth, and experts of international standing weigh in on each topic.

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Professor Andrew Kingsnorth is a Consultant Surgeon at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth and Professor of Surgery at Peninsula Medical School, University of Plymouth. He is currently an associate editor of the International Journal of Surgical Investigation and has been an editorial board member for the British Journal of Surgery (1996 999). Professor Kingsnorth also spent many years as a member of the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (1994 2000) and has published over 300 articles and invited chapters in 30 books, as well as co-editing six books and co-authoring one book.

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