Atlas of Ambulatory Surgery
Frank G. Moody, Bill Andrews
Saunders, 1999 - Medical - 302 pages
This well-illustrated atlas discusses a wide array of surgical therapies from simple biopsies through laparascopic resections, all of which may be suitable for use in freestanding surgical centers. Topics include procedures in general and vascular surgery as well as useful gynecologic, urologic and orthopedic procedures.
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The Ambulatory Surgical Center
Surgery of the Integument
Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures
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