Fundamentals of Anorectal Surgery
David E. Beck, Steven D. Wexner
McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Medical - 509 pages
This complete, comprehensive & current compendium presents diagnosis & treatment of the entire spectrum of anorectal diseases. It focuses almost exclusively on anorectal problems, leaving colonic disease to other texts. This emphasis is necessary as anorectal pathology is often times more complex & challenging for the surgeon. Reviews anorectal anatomy, physiology & embryology as a foundation to a detail description of preoperative, intraoperative & post operative patient management. All surgical procedures are shown in step-by-step detail by world class surgeons & gastroenterologists.
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CONGENITAL AND PEDIATRIC ANORECTAL
PREOPERATIVE AND POSTOPERATIVE
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