Handbook of Colorectal Surgery, Second Edition

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David Beck
CRC Press, May 14, 2003 - Medical - 560 pages
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Completely revised and expanded to include technological advances, the second edition of this text illustrates key anatomical structures, examination procedures and surgical techniques for proper diagnosis, management and treatment of patients with colorectal disorders, providing extensive coverage of various methods in preoperative preparation and assessment, pain management, sedation, and wound care for conditions such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, and colorectal carcinoma.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Anatomy
1
Chapter 2 Pathophysiology
13
Chapter 3 History and Physical Examination
31
Chapter 4 Diagnostic Imaging
43
Chapter 5 Endoscopy
79
Chapter 6 Minimally Invasive Surgery
97
Chapter 7 Intestinal Stomas
127
Chapter 8 Preoperative Preparation
149
Chapter 15 Rectal Prolapse and Intussusception
301
Chapter 16 Hemorrhoids
325
Chapter 17 Anorectal Abscess and FistulainAno
345
Chapter 18 Pruritus Ani and FissureinAno
367
Chapter 19 Pilonidal Disease
391
Chapter 20 Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Colorectal Infections
405
Chapter 21 Polyps
429
Chapter 22 Malignancy of the Colon Rectum and Anus
447

Chapter 9 Anesthetic Management
167
Chapter 10 Postoperative Management
183
Chapter 11 Hirschsprung Disease Colorectal Anomalies and Pediatric Colorectal Conditions
199
Chapter 12 Functional Colorectal Disorders
221
Chapter 13 Diverticular Disease
241
Ulcerative Colitis and Crohns Disease
259
Colonic Volvulus Ischemia Radiation Injury and Trauma
483
Perioperative Orders and Instructions
511
Common Colorectal Medications
515
Back Cover
527
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