Clinical Practice and Surgery of the Colon, Rectum and Anus

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JP Medical Ltd, Mar 28, 2011 - Medical - 290 pages
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Every surgeon to know the entire surgical physiology and surgical anatomy in dealing with a particular or multiple surgical problems developed in the same patient. This book has been comprehensively compiled with all aspects of surgical anatomy, surgical physiology, and dealing with all sorts of clinical and operative skills in the field of colorectal surgery. In this book, described the symptoms, clinical examination, investigations and merits of different treatments reported in the literature. Highlighted the recent trend in surgical treatment for the rectal carcinoma. This book will assist the trainee surgeons to understand the difference between the two schools of thought, difference between two surgical approaches and technical benefits between the conventional and new operative procedures for the same surgical pathology. Highlighted the conflicting surgical anatomy between the textbook of clinical surgery and the textbook of anatomy. Focused the consistency between two arguments along with my own views, based upon my own anatomical dissection, clinical and operative experience. Although one can learn a skill and gain a practical experience by working in the field of colorectal surgery, it is not possible for everyone to be fully aware of the recent changes, published in the literature. It has been well established that colonoscopy provides additional diagnostic evidences, but it is not without problems. To improve the clinical management, colonography has been a new diagnostic tool in clinical medicine. Its clinical importance and its pitfalls have been highlighted in this book. Apart from these technologies, many radiological evidences, such as modern role of CT scan, MRI scan and PET scan have been compiled in this book. This would provide immense clinical value in the management of diseases. This book will provide the necessary diet to meet individual quest without searching for further information in other literature. This book would provide valuable facts to the surgical students, in particular to those who intend to practice in colorectal surgery and to those who have been working in this specialty. Since colonoscopic tools are widely available, radiological investigations are less frequently used in the investigation of the colonic diseases. As a result, academic input to the postgraduate students has become a problem in the absence of true radiological features of certain colonic diseases such as ischemic colitis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s colitis or familial polyposis coli. I have, therefore, retrieved a few rare radiological images from other literatures for the benefit of the postgraduate students.
 

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Contents

Foundation in Operative Surgery 2009
2
Applied Anatomy of the Colon
3
A New Operative Technique for Undescended Testis
8
Criteria for Considering Malignancy in the Benign
9
Sites for the Colonic Carcinoma
15
A Prospective
17
Presentation of Symptoms
21
Deep Palpation
27
The Rectum
115
A Perspective
155
Prolapse of the Rectum
164
Emergency Admissions
170
Epidemiological Study of the Colonic
178
Ulcerative Colitis
185
Management of Ulcerative Colitis
198
Diverticula of the Colon
211

Method of Proctoscopy
33
Investigations
37
Transcervical Prostatectomy in Perspective Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology 199233943
43
Preoperative Preparation
67
How Complete is Transurethral Resection of the Prostate? A letter to the Editor British Journal of Urology 1996662
68
A Broad Outline for
75
Principle of Anastomosis
81
Policy for Antibiotic Therapy
87
Complications of Postoperative Pain Relief
93
The Colon
99
The Vermiform Appendix
225
Pathology of the Appendicular Mass
235
Reversal of Transverse
241
In the Textbook of Anesthesia by Prof Nimmo and Prof Smith my study on the treatment of postoperative pain
242
Anorectal Abscess
251
FissureinAno
262
Volvulus of the Colon
278
A Birds Eye View of
284
Index
291
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