Colon and rectal surgery
Established for over 15 years as " the gold standard in its discipline" (JAMA), Dr. Corman' s best-selling classic is now in its Fifth Edition. This encyclopedic and abundantly illustrated text provides comprehensive coverage of all diseases and traumatic injuries affecting the colon, rectum, and anus and offers step-by-step instructions on every operative procedure currently used to treat these disorders. The book also includes thorough reviews of anatomy, physiology, and related medical topics and an extensive section on diagnostic studies, particularly ultrasound and other radiologic imaging modalities. More than 1,300 illustrations, many new to this edition, complement the text.
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Treatment of Thrombosed Hemorrhoids
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