Operative Manual of Endoscopic Surgery, Volume 1

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Alfred Cuschieri, Gerhard Buess, J. Périssat
Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Endoscopic surgery - 353 pages
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This guide is dedicated to a rapidly developing and continuously expanding area of surgery. All indications and conditions where this state-of-the-art method can be used are treated systematically in this comprehensive work. All of the authors and editors are pioneers of worldwide repute in their respective techniques. Special emphasis has been placed on highly informative diagrams which form an instructive complement to the numerous "real-time" figures taken directly during operative procedures through the endoscope. The clear text and the impressive high-quality illustrations make the book an essential and unique companion for every surgeon who wishes to become familiar with the new tecniques which today's patients expect from a first-class surgeon.

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Contents

Introduction and Historical Aspects
1
Nature and Scope of Endoscopic Surgery
9
Instruments for Endoscopic Surgery
27
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