Surgical Treatment of Haemorrhoids
Indru T. Khubchandani, Nina Paonessa
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 11, 2002 - Medical - 179 pages
Surgical Treatment of Haemorrhoids is a high level text covering both recent advances and traditional treatments in this field. In 24 chapters, essential elements of diagnosis, surgical technique and after-care for the main operations used in haemorrhoid surgery, are given. This book provides authoritative in-depth presentations of all perspectives and latest techniques available. The individual procedures are each described by an internationally recognised expert, and the full range of treatment options is covered. Surgical Treatment of Haemorrhoids covers an important and common disorder, offering a comprehensive critical analysis of advantages and disadvantages of recognised treatment options. The result is a uniquely comprehensive guide which will prove invaluable to both trainee and practising colorectal and general surgeons. Charles Mann, former President of the Section of Colo-Proctology of the Royal Society of Medicine, is a respected UK coloproctologist who has written extensively on all aspects of coloproctology.
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