Written by the authorities in endoscopic surgery, this text presents all diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in a single volume. The book covers all applications of this technology with particular emphasis on the role of endoscopy in the care of the individual patient and how the technique complements routine surgical practice. Well illustrated, with over 400 color photographs to aid in the interpretation of the procedures.
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History of Endoscopic Surgery
Nasopharyngeal and Laryngeal Endoscopy
Endoscopic Management of Esophageal Stricture
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