Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Dr Schwartz's new edition features nearly 50% new material and a complete reorientation of material to better suit the needs of the general surgeon and internist. In addition, the book covers new surgical techniques, including the latest in laparoscopy and endoscopy. The scientific principles underlying pathophysiology and surgical intervention accompany discussion of surgical diagnosis and management.
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Now, all 2,100 pages and 1,725 illustrations of the standard-setting Principles of Surgery are always right at your finger-tips - with this versatile, easy-to-navigate CD-ROM. Whether you're a resident gearing up for board exams or a practitioner who needs at-at-glance answers to surgical questions, this rapid-access electronic teaching tool is absolutely ideal. Reflected here are all the updates of the text's seventh edition; leading-edge insights on the science and practice of surgery from a host of new contributors; and new chapters on transplantation, surgical oncology, trauma, and more.
You'll also discover:
More than 700 PreTest self-assessment questions and answers with detailed explanations; Videos of 27 surgical procedures including the latest laparoscopic techniques;
Quick-access, hyperlinked text for easy and extensive cross-referencing; Bookmarks and "sticky note" features that customize the database to your needs.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0070557233