CURRENT Diagnosis and Treatment Surgery: Thirteenth Edition

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Date

September 10, 2009

Format

Mixed media product, 1324 pages

ISBN

0071635157 / 9780071635158

$

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93.00



Overview


Main description

To-the-point information on more than 1000 diseases and disorders surgeons are most likely to encounter

The leading single-source surgery book for house-staff, students, practitioners, and surgeons

A Doody's Core Title for 2011!

"This is an excellent source of updated, authoritative, and concise information on diseases encountered in general surgery and the surgical subspecialties of otolaryngology, urology, gynecology, orthopedics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and pediatrics....This is a wonderful resource for all levels of surgical practitioners as well as nonsurgical practitioners. In my experience, it has provided me with a framework to prepare for both oral and written boards. 3 Stars."--Doody's Review Service

Authoritative, concise, and completely up-to-date, CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment Surgery features:

  • Wide-ranging coverage that encompasses general surgery and all the important subspecialties including otolaryngology, urology, gynecology, orthopedics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and pediatrics
  • References linked to recent journal articles
  • Logical quick-find organization made even more accessible by a comprehensive index
  • More than 600 informative photographs and illustrations
  • Detailed treatment algorithms
  • NEW CD-ROM with content from Quick Answers: Surgery to speed diagnosis of symptoms and signs
  • NEW Chapter on Training, Communication, Professionalism, and Systems-Based Practice
  • Completely rewritten chapters on Wound Healing, Anesthesia, Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery, The Heart, Neurosurgery, Gynecology, and Orthopedics


Table of contents

Authors
Preface
1. Approach to the Surgical Patient, J. Englebert Dunphy, Lawrence W. Way
2. Training, Communication, Professionalism, and Systems-Based Practice, Gerard M. Doherty
3. Preoperative Care, Gerard M. Doherty
4. Postoperative Care, Gerard M. Doherty
5. Postoperative Complications, Gerard M. Doherty
6. Wound Healing, Michael G. Franz
7. Power Sources in Surgery, K. Barrett Deatrick, Gerard M. Doherty
8. Inflammation, Infection, & Antimicrobial Therapy, Linda M. Mundy, Gerard M. Doherty
9. Fluid & Electrolyte Management, Gerard M. Doherty
10. Surgical Metabolism & Nutrition, John R. Barbour, English F. Barbour, and Virginia M. Hermann
11. Anesthesia, Theodore J. Sanford, Jr.
12. Shock & Acute Pulmonary Failure in Surgical Patients, James W. Holcroft, John T. Anderson, Matthew J. Sena
13. Management of the Injured Patient, Mark R. Mehhila, Wendy L. Wahl
14. Burns & Other Thermal Injuries, Robert H. Demling
15. Otolaryngology--Head & Neck Surgery, Paul M. Weinberger, David J. Terris
16. Thyroid & Parathyroid, Orlo H. Clark
17. Breast Disorders, Armando E. Giuliano
18. Thoracic Wall, Pleura, Mediastinum, & Lung, Pierre R. Theodore, David Jablons
19. The Heart
I. Surgical Treatment of Acquired Cardiac Disease, Jonathan W. Haft
II: Congenital Heart Disease, Jennifer C. Hirsch, Eric J. Devaney, Richard G. Ohye, Edward L. Bove
20. Esophagus & Diaphragm, Marco G. Patti, Piero M. Fisichella
21. The Acute Abdomen, Gerard M. Doherty
22. Peritoneal Cavity, Gerard M. Doherty
23. Stomach & Duodenum, Gerard M. Doherty, Lawrence W. Way
24. Liver & Portal Venous System, William R. Jarnagin
25. Biliary Tract, Gerard M. Doherty
26. Pancreas, Gerard M. Doherty, Lawrence W. Way
27. Spleen, Douglas L. Fraker
28. Appendix, Gerard M. Doherty
29. Small Intestine, Andrew A. Shelton, George J. Chang, Mark L. Welton
30. Large Intestine, George J. Chang, Andrew A. Shelton, Mark L. Welton
31. Anorectum, Mark L. Welton, Carlos E. Pineda, George J. Chang, Andrew A. Shelton
32. Hernias & Other Lesions of the Abdominal Wall, Karen E. Deveney
33. Adrenals, quan-Yang Duh, Chienying Liu, J. Blake Tyrrell
34. Arteries, Joseph H. Rapp, Jason MacTaggart
35. Veins & Lymphatics, Thomas W. Wakefield, John R. Rectenwald, Louis M. Messina
36. Neurosurgery, John A. Cowan, Jr., B. Gregory Thompson
37. The Eye & Ocular Adnexa, Linda M. Tsai, Stephen A. Kamenetzky
38. Urology, Christopher S. Cooper, Fadi N. Joudi, Richard D. Williams
39. Gynecology, R. Kevin Reynolds, Paul V. Loar III
40. Orthopedic Surgery, Ramesh C. Srinivasan, Stephen Tolhurst, Kelly L. Vanderhave
41. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Henry C. Vasconez, Ameen Habash
42. Hand Surgery, David M. Young, Scott L. Hansen
43. Pediatric Surgery, Craig T. Albanese, Karl G. Sylvester
44. Oncology, Michael S. Sabel
45. Organ Transplantation, Jeffrey D. Punch
Index


Author comments

Gerard M. Doherty, MD
N.W. Thompson, Professor of Surgery
Chief, Division of Endocrine Surgery
Section Head, General Surgery
University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI





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