Manual of laparoscopic surgery

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Hogrefe & Huber, Dec 31, 1993 - Medical - 262 pages
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This manual is a practice-oriented presentation of all the main established laparoscopic interventions, including cholecystectomy, appendectomy, adhesiolysis, and emergency laparoscopy. The main techniques used in both North America and Europe are dealt with in detail, and the safety precautions needed to reduce general risks are emphasized. The detailed descriptions of general and specialized surgical techniques are richly illustrated using clear diagrams, mostly in color, along with numerous intraoperative photographs. The book is ideally suited as a surgical manual. It is also a comprehensive source of help in identifying indications and in managing difficult situations.

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General Considerations 11 Equipment
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