The Ascrs Textbook of Colon And Rectal Surgery

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James W. Fleshman, Bruce G. Wolff
Springer, 2007 - Medical - 810 pages
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The ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery is the first official textbook of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) (www.fascrs.org) that adheres to the principals of evidence-based practice and utilizes ASCRS practice parameters. Written by top experts in the specialty, each chapter correlates with the core curriculum developed by the Program Director's Association in Colorectal Surgery. Chapters include Anatomy, Physiology, Genetics, Diagnostic Evaluation, and Perioperative Management. In addition, a ground-breaking online component is updated periodically with new information for the busy surgeon. A distinguished editorial group includes Dr. James Fleshman, Dr. David Beck, Dr. Steven Wexner, Dr. Bruce Wolff, and Dr. John Pemberton. There are also five associate editors who bring their expertise and experience to the textbook: Dr. Julio Garcia-Aguilar, Dr. James Church, Dr. Patricia Roberts, Dr. Rob Madoff, and Dr. Ted Saclarides. With 56 chapters and over 800 illustrations, including 64 color, The ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery is destined to become a classic. It is a must-have reference for residents and fellows in training, as well as practicing surgeons.

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