Recent Advances in Surgery 35 is the latest volume in a series that reviews current topics in general surgery and in its major subspecialties.
Divided into five sections, this volume includes chapters on perioperative care, cardiopulmonary exercise testing for abdominal surgery, breast reconstruction, facial paralysis, a range of gastrointestinal subjects and the diabetic foot, as well as a review of randomised trials and meta-analyses in surgery.
With contributions from recognised experts, the majority from throughout the UK, this new volume covers all the latest developments within surgery, providing excellent revision material for professional examinations, and helping consultant surgeons keep up to date across the specialty.
Latest volume in series bringing postgraduates and consultants up to date with the latest developments in general surgery and its subspecialties
Includes review of randomised clinical trials and meta-analyses in surgery
Contributions from recognised experts, mainly in the UK
Includes more than 80 images and illustrations
Colin D Johnson MChir FRCS Reader in Surgery and Honorary Consultant Surgeon, University Surgical Unit, University Hospital Southampton, UK Irving Taylor MD ChM FRCS FMedSci FHEA Professor of Surgery and Vice Dean, UCL Medical School, University College London, UK
Section 1: Surgery in General Perioperative Care Biologic and Composite Mesh for Repair Perioperative Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing for Major Abdominal Surgery Section 2: Breast Surgery Breast Reconstruction: How do we Measure and Define Patient's Quality of Life and Satisfaction? Surgery for Benign Breast Conditions Section 3: Facial Surgery Management of Facial Paralysis Section 4: Gastrointestinal Surgery Managing the Complications of Bariatric Surgery Metastases from Colorectal Cancer Ischaemic Bowel Anal Cancer Intraoperative Radiotherapy in the Management of Locally Advanced and Recurrent Rectal Cancer Modern Management of Abdominal Tuberculosis Section 5: Vascular Surgery Management of the Diabetic Foot Randomised Clinical Trials and Meta-analyses in Surgery