Mayo Clinic Gastrointestinal Surgery
Keith A. Kelly, Michael G. Sarr, R. A. Hinder
Saunders, 2004 - Medical - 734 pages
Over 50 surgeons from the Mayo Clinic have collaborated to present the definitive new single-volume work on gastrointestinal surgery. Focusing on practical surgical how-to rather than basic science, it delivers all of the step-by-step, richly illustrated guidance surgeons need to successfully reproduce the many operative procedures performed by the Mayo Clinic staff.
·Provides evidence from the literature to support each therapeutic recommendation.
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