Every general surgeon realizes that problems associated with or following surgery on the gastrointestinal tract are often quite serious and are always challenging. What to do and when do it are paramount to the best interest of the patient. The experience collected by the authors of this book will be most helpful in making correct decisions and in reminding all surgeons to remain wary of unexpected variables....A wise surgeon realizes that it is worthwhile to develop surgical plans based on all available factors. The pros and cons of numerous corrective procedures are clearly presented in this volume and should be of great help in arriving at the best solution to many of the problems encountered. The authors have thoroughly considered the many indications for reoperation as well as alternative approaches in solving the encountered difficulty. Furthermore, based on rich personal experiences, they outline up-to-date approaches to some of the more challenging blems reouirins sureical correction. Chapter 1.Indications for Reoperation in Gastrointestinal Surgery. Chapter 2.Radiologic Evaluation of the Operated Patient. Chapter 3. Radiologic and Endoscopic Alternatives to Reoperative Gastrointestinal Surgery. Chapter 4.Surgery for Intra-Abdominal Sepsis. Chapter 5.The Esophagus Chapter 6. Gastric Surgery. Chapter 7. Hepatic and Portal Hypertension Surgery. Chapter 8. The Biliary System. Chapter 9. The Pancreas. Chapter 10. Surgery for Obesity. Chapter 11. The Small Bowel. Chapter 12. The Colon and Rectum
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Book Description Appleton & Lange, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0838583903
Book Description Appleton & Lange, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110838583903