Advanced Surgical Practice

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Aljafri A. Majid, Andrew N. Kingsnorth
Cambridge University Press, Jan 11, 2002 - Medical - 862 pages
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This book is aimed at the General Surgical Trainee who is embarking on Higher Surgical Training (HST) and its structure closely follows the current HST syllabus. It therefore builds on Fundamentals of Surgical Practice to provide the detail required for this readership and, in particular, includes full details of all of the operative techniques that the candidate is expected to be familiar with. Fully illustrated throughout, and featuring high quality surgical line drawings, it will be an essential purchase for the candidate embarking on higher surgical training and taking the next important step in their surgical career.
 

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It is a good and brief account on higher surgical training.

Contents

Pharyngeal and oesophageal motility disorders
27
Neoplasms of the oesophagus
39
Surgical aspects of peptic ulcer disease
47
Gastric cancer
63
The small bowel
73
pathophysiology
89
Surgical complications of acute pancreatitis
97
Chronic pancreatitis
107
Neoplasms of the pancreas
117
The liver
133
Neoplasms of the liver
145
Biliary tract
157
Spleen lymph nodes soft tissue sarcomas and retroperitoneal tumours
177
Large bowel obstruction
199
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