Protocols in General Surgery: Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery

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Steven D. Wexner
Wiley, Jun 23, 1999 - Medical - 579 pages
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The authors review the results of various laparoscopic colorectal procedures and identify the range of complications associated with this surgery. Providing a unique global perspective on colorectal results, the book is divided into four sections: basic principles, pathology and procedure, adjuncts to laparoscopy, and world views on the surgery. Discussions of management during surgery are also included.

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Preoperative Management
Instrumentation and Emerging Technologies
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