Atlas of Surgical Techniques

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Saunders, 1996 - Medical - 683 pages
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Filled with over 300 detailed illustrations, this surgical atlas covers operative techniques and addresses major intraoperative pitfalls. Oriented toward general surgery, it includes advanced operations which a general surgeon may unexpectedly need to do, such as a ruptured aneurism or embolectomy. Chapters contain material on maxillectomy, radical neck dissection, mastectomy, the esophagus, stomach, biliary system, pancreas, colon, uterus and adnexia, and much more.

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A Radical Neck Dissection
B Thyroglossal Duct CystExcision

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Economou, Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College of Rush University; Chairman Emeritus, Dept. of General Surgery Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago.

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