This volume is the product of the author's long experience with melanomas and sarcomas and to a lesser but significant degree with upper gastrointestinal cancers, colorectal and breast cancers. As such, it offers a "hands-on" practical guide to approaching complex soft-tissue tumors and for performing more extensive tumor resections based on over 40 years of surgical experience. It provides important details about the positioning of patients, incision types, and exposure which can be of paramount importance in the resection of certain tumors. The book contains important general surgical principles for approaching tumors in a variety of locations but also offers the detail necessary for the safe and oncologically sound resection of these malignancies. Moreover, this operative atlas contains specific information for procedures which are not as commonly encountered in surgical training, but can be invaluable in the management of patients with locally aggressive tumors, such as hemipelvectomy and its variants, sacral resections, and forequarter amputation.
Through the use of multiple detailed illustrations, Atlas of Operative Procedures in Surgical Oncology serves as a valuable resource to the general surgeon or surgical oncologist in the operative management of patients with cancer in the abdomen, retroperitoneum, pelvis or extremities.
Constantine P. Karakousis, MD, PhD State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Surgery, Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, NY, USA
1 Surgical Technique in Cancer Surgery 2 Intraoperative Lymphatic Mapping/Sentinel Lymphadenectomy 3 Tumor in the Hand 4 Tumor in the Wrist 5 Tumor in the Ventral Aspect of the Forearm 6 Tumor in the Dorsal Aspect of the Forearm 7 Tumor in the Anterior Compartment of the Arm 8 Tumor in the Dorsal Aspect of the Arm 9 Tumor in the Medial Arm 10 Axillary Node Dissection 11 In Continuity Axillary and Supraclavicular Node Dissection 12 Neck Dissection 13 Tumor at the Shoulder Point 14 Tumor in the Neck 15 Scapulectomy 16 Shoulder Disarticulation 17 Forequarter Amputation 18 Tumor in the Back 19 Chest Wall Tumors 20 Tumor in the Lower Chest Wall and Upper Abdomen 21 Involvement of the Abdominal Wall by Tumor 22 One-Layer Closure of the Abdominal Wall 23 Midline Abdominal Wall Gaps and Incisional Hernia 24 Regional Chemotherapy Infusion Via the Hepatic Artery 25 Peritoneolysis in the Reconstruction of a Roux-en-Y Loop 26 Hilar Hepatojejunostomy 27 Hepatic Resection 28 Pancreaticoduodenectomy 29 Distal Pancreatectomy 30 Colonic Interposition for Esophageal Replacement 31 Ileal Loop Bladder-Interposition Conduit 32 Resection of Mesenteric Tumors 33 Dissection in the Bowel Mesentery and Its Clinical Applications 34 Retroperitoneal Node Dissection 35 Retroperitoneal Sarcomas 36 Tumor in the Lesser Sac 37 Tumor in the Right Abdomen 38 Tumor in the Left Abdomen 39 The T or L Incision in Resection of Tumors of the Pelvis 40 Groin Dissection 41 Abdominoinguinal Incision in the Resection of Pelvic Tumors and Limb Salvage 42 Resection of Pelvic Tumors with Visceral Involvement 43 Internal Hemipelvectomy 44 The Surgical Importance of the Inferior Epigastric Vessels 45 Sacral Resection 46 Tumor in the Buttock Area 47 Tumor in the Anterior Thigh 48 Tumor in the Medial Thigh 49 Tumor in the Posterior Thigh 50 Popliteal Node Dissection 51 Tumor in the Leg 52 Tumor in the Foot 53 Hip Disarticulation 54 Hemipelvectomy (Hindquarter Amputation) 55 Variants of Hemipelvectomy 56 Central Venous Access 57 Resection of Tumors of the Ischiorectal Fossa