Surgery of the Liver, Bile Ducts and Pancreas in Children, Third Edition describes the modern approach to the diagnosis, management and surgery of childhood conditions of the liver and associated structures. The first edition was recognizedworldwide as a landmark publication and helped to establish pediatric hepatobiliary surgery as a discrete subspecialty; the second was expanded to include pancreatic diseases, transplantation and trauma. This third edition is overseen by a new editorial team from two world-leading centers for children’s liver surgery: King’s College Hospital in London, and Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago. The book has been further expanded and updated by a team of international experts to take account of the verylatest advances in research and practice.
- Remains the leading reference book for pediatric hepatobiliary surgery
- Expert editors and authors, drawn from leading international centers for children’s liver surgery
- Detailed chapters complemented by high quality operative line drawings to aid understanding
- Fully revised section on transplant surgery
- Now includes fully searchable VitalSource eBook which can be downloaded for offline reading on a PC, Mac or mobile device
Basic Science. Anatomy. Embryology and Development. Physiology. Investigations. Investigation of the Liver and Bile Ducts. Investigation of the Pancreas. Endoscopy of Biliary Tract and Pancreas. Infection and Sepsis. Liver & Pancreatic Sepsis. Parasitic disease of Liver, Bile ducts and Pancreas. Bile Duct Disease. Biliary Atresia. Choledochal Malformations. Cholelithiasis. Cholecystectomy & Exploration of the Bile Duct. Miscellaneous Biliary Pathology. Miscellaneous Liver Pathology. MetabolicLiver Disease (medical). Biliary Diversion Strategies. Pancreas. Acute Pancreatitis. Chronic Pancreatitis. Nesidioblastosis and Hyperinsulinaemia. Neoplasia. Liver and Bile Ducts (Benign). Liver and Bile Ducts (Malignant). Pancreas. Classification, Chemotherapy and Medical Management of Malignant Liver Tumours. Resectional Surgery of the Liver and Pancreas. Vascular Anomalies and Portal. Congenital Vascular Malformations. Portal Vein Thrombosis (MD RS). Portal hypertension (Budd-Chiari syndrome and Parenchymal Liver Disease. Trauma. Liver and Bile Duct Trauma. Pancreatic Trauma – aetiology and management. Liver Transplantation.Indications and Ethics in Liver Transplantation. Transplant Immunology and Immunosuppression. Preoperative Assessment & Preparation. Anaesthesia. Donor Hepatectomy & Retrieval. Orthotopic Liver Transplant. Reduced Lobe and Split Liver Transplantation. Living Donor Transplantation. Non-heart beating donation.Auxiliary Liver Transplantation. Intensive Care & Post Operative Management. Complications of Transplantation. Pancreas Transplantation. Background & Indications. Pancreatic Transplantation (whole organ). Pancreatic Transplantation (Isolatedislets). End Notes – Transition. Adolescent Medicine and Transition Care post Transplantation. Physical and Psycho-social Development post Transplantation.
Prof Mark Davenport ChM FRCS (Paeds), Consultant Paediatric Hepatobiliary Surgeon, KCH
Prof Nigel Heaton FRCS, Consultant Transplant Surgeon & Head of Transplantation Programme
Rik Superina, Professor of Pediatric Surgery And Transplantation at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and Chief of Transplantation at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago.