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"An indispensable reference for the anatomy, physiology, biology, practice, and history of abdominal surgery...there is no comparable text that is as comprehensive and focused on the alimentary tract."-JAMA
- Streamlines the 5 volumes of the 5th edition into a reader-friendly 2-volume set that zeros in on the most clinically essential knowledge.
- Features a CD-ROM containing all of the images from the text—ideal for PowerPoint® presentations.
- Presents cutting-edge perspectives on what is hot in the field with help from a fresh, new editorial team.
- Highlights the latest technology and offers detailed information on key topics like laparoscopic surgery and PET scans.
- Optimizes the clarity and function of each generously illustrated page with full-color images throughout.
- Concludes each treatment chapter with the editor's comments so that you benefit directly from the experts' experience.
SECTION I: Esophagus and Hernia
Part 1: THE NORMAL ESOPHAGUS
1. Perspectives on Esophageal Surgery 2. Human Foregut Anatomy, Prenatal Development and Abnormalities and Their Relation to Surgical Approaches 3. Physiology of the Esophagus and its Sphincters
Part 2: EVALUATION OF ESOPHAGEAL PATHOLOGY AND AMBULATORY DIAGNOSTICS
4. Assessment of Symptoms and Approach to the Patient with Esophageal Disease 5. Imaging in Esophageal Disease 6. Endoscopic Evaluation of Esophageal Disease 7. Endoscopic Esophageal Ultrasonography 8. Esophageal Motility 9. pH and Bilirubin Monitoring 10. Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance 11. Tests of Gastric Function and Their Use in the Evaluation of Esophageal Disease
Part 3: GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE
12. Epidemiology and Natural History of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease 13. The Pathology of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease 14. The Gastroesophageal Barrier 15. Esophageal Mucosal Injury and Duodenal Reflux 16. Reflux Strictures and Short Esophagus 17. Medical Therapy of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease 18. Fundamentals of Antireflux Surgery & Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication 19. Partial Fundoplications 20. Esophageal Replacement for End Stage Reflux Disease 21. Endoscopic Antireflux Repairs
Part 4: BARRETT’S ESOPHAGUS
22. History and Evolution of the Definition of Barrett’s Esophagus 23. Pathophysiology of the Columnar-lined Esophagus 24. Surgical Treatment of Barrett’s Esophagus 25. Endoscopic Ablation and Mucosal Resection in Barrett’s Esophagus
Part 5: ESOPHAGEAL MOTILITY DISORDERS AND DIVERTICULA OF THE ESOPHAGUS
26. Disorders of the Pharyngoesophageal Junction 27. Pathophysiology and Treatment of Zenker's Diverticulum 28. Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Clinical Features of Achalasia 29. Laparoscopic Esophageal Myotomy: Techniques and Results 30. Diffuse and Segmental Esophageal Spasm, Nutcracker Esophagus, and Hypertensive Lower Esophageal Sphincter 31. Surgical Management of Esophageal Diverticula
Part 6: NEOPLASMS OF THE ESOPHAGUS
32. Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Clinical Manifestations of Esophageal Carcinoma 33. Current Staging Classifications and Techniques, Endoscopic Ultrasound, Laparoscopic and Thoracoscopic Staging 34. Carcinoma of the Esophagus and Esophago-Gastric Junction 35. Palliative Treatment for Carcinoma of the Oesophagus 36. Multimodality Treatment in Esophageal Cancer 37. Benign Tumors and Cysts of the Esophagus
Part 7: MISCELLANEOUS ESOPHAGEAL CONDITIONS
38. Perforation of the Esophagus 39. Caustic Injury 40. Paraesophageal and Other Complex Diaphragmatic Hernias 41. Congenital Abnormalities of the Esophagus 42. Techniques of Esophageal Reconstruction 43. Complications of Esophageal Surgery
Part 8: HERNIA
44. Femoral Hernia 45. Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair 46. Ventral Herniation in Adults 47. Lumbar and Pelvic Hernias 48. Hernias and Congenital Groin Problems in Infants and Children
SECTION II: Stomach and Small Intestine
49. Anatomy and Physiology of the Stomach 50. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy 51. Intubation of the Stomach and Small Intestine 52. Traumatic Injury of the Stomach, Duodenum, and Small Intestine 53. Diverticula of the Stomach, Duodenum, and Small Intestine 54. Operations for Peptic Ulcer 55. Vagotomy and Drainage 56. Gastric Resection and Reconstruction 57. Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome 58. Postgastrectomy Syndromes 59. Benign Neoplasms of the Stomach, Duodenum, and Small Intestine 60. Adenocarcinoma of the Stomach Duodenum, and Small Intestine 61. Motility Disorders of the Stomach and Small Intestine 62. Operations for Morbid Obesity 63. Foreign Bodies and Bezoars 64. Surgery of the Stomach and Duodenum in Children 65. Anatomy and Physiology of the Duodenum 66. Anatomy and Physiology of the Small Intestine 67. Small Bowel Obstruction 68. Volvulus of the Stomach and Small Bowel 69. Crohn's Disease 70. Ileostomy 71. Suturing/Stapling/Tissue Adhesives 72. Gastric, Duodenal, and Small Intestinal Fistula 73. Internal Hernia (Congenital and Acquired) 74. Visceral Vessel Injuries 75. Reoperation on the Stomach and Small Intestine 76. Radiation Injury 77. Short Bowel Syndrome 78. Gastrointestinal Carcinoids Tumors 79. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors 80. Gastrointestinal Lymphomas 81. Surgery of the Small Intestine in Children 82. Anatomy and Physiology of the Mesenteric Circulation 83. Mesenteric Ischemia 84. Aortoenteric Fistula and Visceral Artery Aneurysm
SECTION III: Pancreas, Biliary Tract, Liver, and Spleen
Part 1: PANCREAS
85. Anatomy, Physiology, and Embryology of the Pancreas 86. Acute Pancreatitis 87. Surgical Approaches to Chronic Pancreatitis 88. New Developments in Chronic Pancreatitis: Before Head Resection Try Endoscopic Treatment First 89. Pseudocysts and Other Complications of the Pancreatitis 90. Pancreatic and Periampullary Carcinoma 91. Endocrine Tumors of the Pancreas 92. Primary Cystic Neoplasms of the Pancreas 93. Pancreatic Trauma 94. Pancreatic Problems in Infants and Children 95. Pancreas Transplantation 96. Islet Transplantation 97. Unusual Pancreatic Tumors
Part 2: BILARY TRACT
98. Biliary Tract: Anatomy, Embryology, Anomalies, and Physiology 99. Imaging and Intervention in the Biliary System 100. Operative Management of Cholecystitis and Cholelithiasis 101. Laparoscopic Surgery of the Biliary Tract 102. Endoscopy and Endoscopic Surgery in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Disease 103. Biliary Tract Tumors 104. External Biliary Fistula 105. Biliary Atresia, Biliary Hypoplasia, and Choledochal Cyst 106. Cystic Disorders of the Bile Ducts 107. The Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis 108. Operative Management of Strictures and Benign Obstructive Disorders of the Bile Duct 109. Management of Common Bile Duct Stones
Part 3: LIVER
110. Anatomy and Physiology of the Liver 111. Approach to the Patient with Abnormal Hepatic Laboratory Tests 112. Perioperative Management and Nutrition in Liver and Bililary Tract Disease 113. Hepatic Cyst Disease 114. Liver Abscess 115. Management of Hepatobiliary Trauma 116. Diagnostic Operations of the Liver and Techniques of Hepatic Resection 117. Hepatic Transplantation 118. Fulminant Hepatic Failure and Bioartificial Liver Support 119. Vascular Diseases of the Liver 120. Drug-induced Liver Damage 121. Benign Hepatic Neoplasms 122. Hepatocellular Carcinoma 123. Management of Malignant Hepatic Neoplasms Other Than HCC 124. Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management of Portal Hypertension
Part 4: SPLEEN
125. Anatomy, Immunology and Physiology 126. Laparoscopic Splenectomy 127. Management of Splenic Trauma in Adults 128. Management of Splenic Injury in Children 129. Cysts and Tumors and of the Spleen 130. Management of Splenic Abscess 131. Splenectomy for Conditions Other Than Trauma
SECTION IV: Colon, Rectum, and Anus
Part 1: ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND DIAGNOSIS OF COLORECTAL AND ANAL DISEASE
132. Anatomy of the Colon 133. Embryology and Anatomy of the Colon 134. Physiology of the Colon and its Measurement 135. Recurrent and Metastatic Colorectal Cancer 136. Diagnosis of Colon, Rectal, and Anal Disease 137. Ultrasonographic Diagnosis of Anorectal Disease
Part 2: BENIGN COLON, RECTAL AND ANAL CONDITIONS
138. Diagnosis and Management of Fecal Incontinence 139. Surgical Treatment of Constipation 140. Rectovaginal Fistula 141. Complete Rectal Prolapse 142. Pilonidal Disease 143. Traumatic Colorectal Injuries, Foreign Bodies, and Anal Wounds 144. Colonic Intussusception and Volvulus 145. Colonic Bleeding and Ischemia 146. Diverticular Disease 147. Hemorrhoids 148. Fissure-in-Ano 149. Anal Sepsis and Fistula 150. Miscellaneous Disorders of the Rectum and Anus: Stricture, Pruritus Ani, Pain Syndromes, Solitary Rectal Ulcer, Colitis Cystica Profunda, and Hidradenitis Suppurativa
Part 3: INFLAMMATORY DISEASES
151. Inflammatory Bowel Disease 152. Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Chronic Ulcerative Colitis 153. Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Crohn’s Disease 154. Appendix
Part 4: NEOPLASTIC DISEASE
155. Colorectal Polyps, Polyposis Syndromes, and Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colorectal Cancer 156. Adenocarcinoma of the Colon and Rectum 157. Operations for Colorectal Cancer—Local Excision of Rectal Cancer 158. Operations for Colorectal Cancer: Low Anterior Resection 159. Abdominoperineal Resection of the Rectum for Cancer 160. Coloanal Anastomosis 161. Recurrent and Metastatic Colorectal Cancer 162. Resection and Ablation of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer to the Liver 163. Neoplasms of the Anus 164. Retrorectal Tumors 165. Rare Colorectal Malignancies 166. Radiation Injuries of the Rectum
Part 5: TECHNIQUES AND PEARLS
167. Antibiotics, Approaches, Strategy, and Anastomoses 168. Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery 169. Ostomy Management 170. Surgery in the Immunocompromised Patient 171. Anorectal Anomalies 172. Reoperative Pelvic Surgery