Surgical Management of Advanced Pelvic Cancer 1st Edition

Surgical Management of Advanced Pelvic Cancer 1st Edition

An innovative guide to the practice of pelvic exenterative surgery for the management of advanced pelvic neoplasms 

Exenterative surgery plays an important role in the management of advanced pelvic cancer. However, while a large body of evidence regarding outcomes following pelvic exenteration now exists, practical strategies and management options remain unclear. Surgical Management of Advanced Pelvic Cancer addresses this problem by assembling world-leaders in the field to provide insights into the latest techniques and best practices. It includes detailed coverage of: 

  • Surgical anatomy 
  • Operative approaches and exenterative techniques  
  • Reconstruction options  
  • Current evidence on survival and quality of life outcomes  

Featuring essential information for those managing patients with advanced pelvic neoplasms, Surgical Management of Advanced Pelvic Cancer consolidates the latest data and practical advice in one indispensable guide. 

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Revision Spine Surgery: Pearls and Pitfalls 1st Edition

Revision Spine Surgery: Pearls and Pitfalls 1st Edition

Revision spine surgery requires a unique skill set different from performing a primary operation. Understanding when a simple revision is sufficient, when a more complex approach is needed, or when a non-surgical option should be considered is critical to good patient care and outcomes. In this first book to focus exclusively on the complex topic o

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Revisional Foregut Surgery

Revisional Foregut Surgery

Revisional Foregut Surgery

This book is divided into 3 parts, each containing chapters that cover commonly encountered clinical scenarios of reoperative surgery. These parts include revisional bariatric surgery, reoperation for complications of bariatric surgery, and revisional anti-reflux and gastric procedures. The information covered discusses existing literature and best-practices in patient care, with a focus on operative technique, pitfalls, and post-operative complications. The aim of this book is to provide the reader with information on how to successfully manage a patient requiring reoperation.  Chapters also highlight the difference in patient outcomes when the procedures are completed in a minimally invasive approach rather than an open approach.

Revisional Foregut Surgery serves as a valuable resource for medical students, surgical residents, fellows, and attending surgeons seeking advice and guidance on reoperative upper gastrointestinal surgery and their related complications.

 

 

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