Reoperative Colon and Rectal Surgery

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Taylor & Francis, Jul 17, 2003 - Medical - 480 pages
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The surgical complexities and technical controversies involved in treating recurrent and persistent colorectal disorders requires considerable expertise. Many of these complexities have not been fully addresses in the literature. Highlighting advanced surgical techniques, Reoperative Colon and Rectal Surgery comprehensively covers areas where there are deficiencies in the literature. Guiding you through these difficult areas, the text focuses on what to do when primary treatments have failed or when complications persistently arise. The editors have put together a panel of international experts who share their years of experience, making the book an ideal master class for surgeons.

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