A Manual of Clinical Laparoscopy

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 15, 1998 - Medical - 120 pages
This is a detailed, authoritative, fully illustrated manual of laparoscopy by an internationally known and respected surgeon. Published primarily for junior residents and interns, it is an essential primer on the performance of laparoscopy, clearly explaining what to do, how to do it, and why. It contains the "must know" information required as the first steps toward becoming an endoscopic surgeon, including the author's invaluable opinions, tips, and personal techniques gleaned from years of first-hand experience in the operating room. The book contains 108 superb illustrations including original artworks that clarify points described in the text and of many instruments photographed uniquely for this manual. This volume is part of the Gynecological Endoscopy Manual Series, including also A Manual of Clinical Colposcopy, by Thomas M. Julian, M.D., and A Manual of Clinical Hysteroscopy, by Rafael A. Valle, M.D. - a set of three uniformly excellent and authoritative practitioner's manuals available at a reduced set price (see below).

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