Pdf Book Name: Maingot’s Abdominal Operations 12th Edition
Author: Michael Zinner, Jr, Stanley Ashley
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Maingot’s Abdominal Operations 12th Edition Pdf Book Description:
Maingot’s Abdominal Operations has always filled a unique niche. For many surgeons, including the editors, the text has consistently offered a comprehensive discussion of surgical diseases of the abdomen with a focus on operative strategy and technique. the book has served as a needed reference to refresh our knowledge before a common operation or in preparation for a novel one. Our intended audience for this edition is the same as for the original publication; the book is meant for the surgical trainee as well as the practicing surgeon. We continue to have an international audience and have made every effort to produce a product that is equally valuable to readers in Malaysia and Montana. For both of us, in this third effort together, it continues to be both an honor and a privilege to have the opportunity to edit the twelfth edition of this classic textbook. Abdominal surgery has clearly changed since Rodney Maingot’s first edition in 1940. Not only has our knowledge base increased substantially but the procedures themselves have become more complex. e current subspecialization in abdominal surgery, a consequence of these changes, might even challenge the need for such a comprehensive text. Abdominal disease has been increasingly parceled up between foregut, hepatobiliary, pancreatic, colorectal, endocrine, acute care, and vascular.
We continue to believe, however, that the basic principles of surgical care in each of the anatomical regions have more similarities than differences. Experience in any one of these organs can inform and strengthen the approach to each of the others. Few would question the need for the abdominal surgeon to be well versed in dealing with any unexpected disease that is encountered in the course of a planned procedure. For many of us, Maingot’s Abdominal Operations has consistently helped to fill that need. We also intend for this textbook to remain disease-focused in addition to its organ/procedure format. In keeping with the growing opinion that minimally invasive surgery should be viewed not as a distinct subspecialty but rather as one tool employed in each of the anatomic or disease-based subspecialties, in this edition we have incorporated the chapters on minimally invasive surgery throughout the text rather than in a distinct section.
With every variant, Maingot’s Abdominal Operations has built a heritage of experience, money, and clinical rigor acclaimed by surgical trainees and practicing surgeons. Founded in full color for the very first time, the 63 compact chapters of this twelfth edition provide a succinct, yet comprehensive, questionnaire of the identification and management of both benign and malignant gastrointestinal ailments. This authoritative source has all you want to comprehend congenital, acquired, and neoplastic disorders–and also optimize surgical results for any kind of abdominal process.
Contemporary concentrate on surgical processes, and new concepts in the analysis and management of coronary disorder. Suitable organ/procedure demonstration provides a seamless overview of surgical protocols, in Addition to pre- and postoperative techniques and strategies. Thirteen new “Perspective” chapters feature specialist commentary and other perspectives on the most clinically relevant topics. Additional chapters on gastrointestinal bleeding, abdominal injury, and stomach vascular crises combined with minimally invasive operation phases woven throughout the text–current current, ready-to-use insights designed to improve surgical care and healing Over 1,250 illustrations (most in full colour )