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The most authoritative, comprehensive, and clinicallyfocused guide to operative thoracic surgery--updatedwith the latest techniques and technologiesA Doody's Core Title for 2015!
Adult Chest Surgery is a thorough, hands-on guide to the modern practice of general thoracic surgery. Broad in scope and straightforward in style and presentation, this classic is an outstanding reference for any clinician in need of a comprehensive description ofthe clinical nature of general thoracic surgery.
Like its award-winning predecessor, the second edition of Adult Chest Surgery focuses on providing concise descriptions of current techniques and surgical principles for the most common thoracic surgical problems encountered in the clinic and the operating room. This edition is enhanced by 40 new chapters devoted to a range of topics including new endoscopic techniques for antireflux surgery; percutaneous thoracic tumor ablation; peroral esophageal myotomy; robotic techniques for lobectomy, esophagectomy, and thymectomy; and other new minimally invasive approaches to standard thoracic resections. It is also enriched by more than 250 new detailed illustrations of procedures, bringing the total number to 850.
Adult Chest Surgery features a logical organization based on anatomy, and each section has an overview chapter, which summarizes the relevant anatomy, pathophysiology, and diagnostic and procedural options. Throughout, operations and diagnostic procedures are highlighted in succinct, illustrated technique chapters.
David J. Sugarbaker, MD (Houston, TX) is Director of the The Lung Institute, Professor of Surgery, Baylor College of Medicine
Part 1: Care and Management of the Thoracic Surgery Patient Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Thoracic Incisions Chapter 3: Chest Imaging: Role of CT, PET/CT, and MRI Chapter 4: Preoperative Evaluation Chapter 5: Anesthesia Management Chapter 6: Critical Care Chapter 7: Mechanical Ventilation Chapter 8: Postoperative Management Chapter 9. Role of the Pathologist Part 2: Esophageal and Proximal Stomach Malignancy Chapter 10:Overview Chapter 11: Surgical Approach to Gastroesophageal Junction Cancers Chapter 12: Esophagoscopy Chapter 13: Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy Chapter 14: Transhiatal Esophagectomy Chapter 15: Three-Hole Esophagectomy: The Brigham and Women's Hospital Approach Chapter 16: Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy Chapter 17: Radical En Bloc Esophagectomy Chapter 18: Three-Field Esophagectomy Chapter 19: Left Thoracoabdominal Approach Chapter 20: Left Transthoracic Esophagectomy Chapter 21: Options for Esophageal Replacement Chapter 22: Palliative Options and Procedures Chapter 23: Management of Malignant Esophageal Fistula Part 3: Esophageal Motility Disorders Chapter 24: Overview Chapter 25: Resection of Esophageal Diverticula Chapter 26: Esophagocardiomyotomy for Achalasia Chapter 27: Long Esophageal Myotomy Chapter 28: Esophagectomy Part 4: Esophageal Reflux Disorders Chapter 29: Overview Chapter 30: Belsey-Mark IV Fundoplication/Collis Gastroplasty Chapter 31: Nissen Fundoplication Chapter 32: Other Reflux Procedures Chapter 33: Surgery for Barrett's Esophagus Chapter 34: Management of Shortened Esophagus Chapter 35: Management of the Failed Reflux Operation Chapter 36: Techniques for Dilatation of Benign Esophageal Stricture Part 5: Benign Congenital and Traumatic Esophageal Disorders Chapter 37: Overview Chapter 38: Congenital Disorders of the Esophagus in Infants and Children Chapter 39: Resection of Benign Tumors of the Esophagus Chapter 40: Management of Esophageal Perforation Chapter 41: Blunt and Penetrating Esophageal Trauma Chapter 42: Surgical Management of Corrosive Injury to the Esophagus Chapter 43: Techniques and Indications for Esophageal Exclusion Part 6: Benign Disorders of the Upper Airways Chapter 44: Overview Chapter 45: Tracheostomy Chapter 46: Endoscopic Treatments Chapter 47: Use of Tracheobronchial Stents Chapter 48: Techniques of Tracheal Resection and Reconstruction Chapter 49: Surgical Repair of Congenital and Acquired Tracheoesophageal Fistulas Chapter 50: Tracheobronchial Injuries Part 7: Cancer of the Upper Airways Chapter 51: Overview Chapter 52: Bronchoscopy Chapter 53: Management of Sputum-Positive Lung Cancer Chapter 54: Techniques of Tracheal Resection Chapter 55: Subglottic Resection of the Airway Chapter 56: Resection of the Carina Chapter 57: Mediastinal Tracheostomy Chapter 58: Tumors of the Upper Aerodigestive Tract: Cervical Exenteration Chapter 59: Ablative Endoscopic Therapy for Endobronchial Lesions Part 8: Lung Cancer Chapter 60: Overview Chapter 61: Mediastinoscopy and Restaging Chapter 62: The Five Lobectomies Chapter 63: VATS Lobectomy Chapter 64: Pneumonectomy Chapter 65: Segmentectomy Chapter 66: Sleeve Resection/Bronchoplasty for Lung Cancer Chapter 67: Pancoast's Syndrome: Extended Resection in the Superior Pulmonary Sulcus Chapter 68: Pancoast's Syndrome: Anterior Approach to Pancoast Tumor Chapter 69: Radical Lymphadenectomy Chapter 70: Cardiopulmonary Bypass for Extended Thoracic Resections Chapter 71: Pulmonary Metastasectomy Chapter 72: Surgical Treatment of Bronchopleural Fistula after Pneumonectomy Chapter 73: Management of Hemoptysis in Lung Cancer Chapter 74: Adjuvant and Neoadjuvant Radiotherapy in NSCLC Chapter 75: Innovative Radiation Techniques: Role of Brachytherapy and Intraoperative Radiotherapy in Treatment of Lung Cancer Chapter 76: Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Surgically Resected Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Chapter 77: Percutaneous Thoracic Tumor Ablation Chapter 78: Resection of Bronchogenic Carcinoma with Solitary Brain Metastasis Part 9: Benign Tumors and Conditions of the Lung Chapter 79: Overview Chapter 80: Benign Lung Masses Chapter 81: Bronchoplasty Chapter 82: Pulmonary Sequestration Chapter 83: Surgery for Bronchiectasis Chapter 84: Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformation Part 10: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Chapter 85: Overview Chapter 86: Resection of Blebs, Bullae, and Giant Bullae Chapter 87: Lung Volume-Reduction Surgery Chapter 88: Minimally Invasive Methods of Managing the Bullae in Compromised Patients Chapter 89: New Endoscopic Approaches for Treatment of Emphysema Part 11: Lung Infections and Interstitial Lung Disease Chapter 90: Thoracic Fungal Infections Chapter 91: Role of the Thoracic Surgeon in the Diagnosis of Interstitial Lung Disease Chapter 92: Thoracoplasty for Tuberculosis Chapter 93: Surgical Approaches for Chronic Empyema and for Management of Chronic Bronchopleural Fistula Part 12: Lung Transplantation Chapter 94: Overview Chapter 95: Lung Transplantation Technique Chapter 96: Living Lobar Lung Transplantation Chapter 97: Medical Management Of Lung Transplant Patients Chapter 98: Management Of Surgical Complications Part 13: Diffuse Pleural Malignancies and Effusions Chapter 99: Overview Chapter 100: Nonoperative Treatment of Malignant Pleural Effusions Chapter 101: Thoracoscopy with Interpleural Sclerosis for Malignant Pleural Effusion Chapter 102: Pleurectomy and Decortication for Malignant Pleural Diseases Chapter 103: Extrapleural Pneumonectomy for Diffuse Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma and Other Diffuse Pleural Malignancies Chapter 104: Intracavitary Hyperthermic Chemotherapy for Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma Chapter 105: Photodynamic Therapy in the Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions Part 14: Benign Pleural Conditions Chapter 106: Overview Chapter 107: Medical Management of Nonmalignant Pleural Effusions Chapter 108: Pneumothorax and Pneumomediastinum Chapter 109: Benign Tumors of the Pleura Chapter 110: Management of Acute Bronchopleural Fistula Chapter 111: Nonoperative Therapy for Chylothorax Chapter 112: Fibrothorax and Decortication Chapter 113: Management of Chylothorax Part 15: Chest Wall and Sternal Tumors Chapter 114: Overview Chapter 115: Chest Wall Resection And Reconstruction Chapter 116: Sternal and Clavicular Chest Wall Resection and Reconstruction Chapter 117: Options for Plastic Chest Wall Reconstruction Part 16: Benign Disorders of the Chest Wall Chapter 118: Overview Chapter 119: Primary Repair of Chest Wall Defects Chapter 120: Surgical Repair of Complex (Recurrent) Pectus Excavatum in Adults Chapter 121: Thoracoscopic Sympathicotomy for Hyperhidrosis and Vasomotor Disorders Chapter 122: Supraclavicular Approach for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Chapter 123: Thoracic Outlet Syndromes Chapter 124: Thorascopic First-Rib Resection with Dorsal Sympathectomy Chapter 125: Thrombosis of the Subclavian Vein: Paget-Schroetter Syndrome Chapter 126: Surgical Treatment for Chest Wall Infections Part 17: Diaphragmatic Diseases, Benign or Malignant Chapter 127: Overview Chapter 128: Diaphragm Incisions Chapter 129: Surgical Plication of the Diaphragm for Paralysis and Eventration Chapter 130: Techniques for Repair of Paraesophageal Hiatal Hernia Part 18: Mediastinal Diseases, Benign Or Malignant Chapter 131: Overview Chapter 132: Cervical Mediastinoscopy and Anterior Mediastinotomy Chapter 133: Resection of Substernal Goiter Chapter 135: Thoracoscopic Approach to Thymectomy with Advice on Patients with Myasthenia Gravis Chapter 136: Radical Transsternal Thymectomy Chapter 137: Resection of Benign Anterior and Middle Mediastinal Cysts and Tumors Chapter 138: Neurogenic Tumors of the Posterior Mediastinum Chapter 139: Malignant Primary Anterior Mediastinal Tumors Chapter 140: Resection for Superior Vena Cava Syndrome Part 19: Robotics Chapter 141: Robotics in Thoracic Surgery