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James Harvey, Sue Down, Rachel Bright-Thomas, John Winstanley, and Hugh Bishop
Joanna Chikwe, David Cooke, and Aaron Weiss
Robin Bhatia and Ian Sabin (eds)
Graham J MacKay, Helen R Dorrance, Richard G Molloy, and Patrick J O'Dwyer (eds)
This is an essential revision tool for general surgical trainees preparing for the FRCS examination, and in particular those declaring colorectal surgery as an area of special interest.
Mark McGurk and James Graham Combes (eds)
Abdullah Jibawi and David Cade
Ian Smith, Douglas McWhinnie, and Ian Jackson (eds)
This online guide provides the practising day surgery professional with a modern overview of current practice to act as both a reference and a practical guide to everyday challenges.
Peter Bain, Tipu Aziz, Xuguang Liu, and Dipankar Nandi (eds)
Marco Tubaro, Pascal Vranckx, Susanna Price, and Christiaan Vrints (eds)
Stephan Gielen, Guy De Backer, Massimo Piepoli, and David Wood (eds)
Oleg Eremin and Herb Sewell (eds)
Nev Davies, Will Jackson, Andrew Price, Jonathan Rees, and Chris Lavy
M. Asif Chaudry, Sri G. Thrumurthy, and Muntzer Mughal (eds)
S. Lowell Kahn, Bulent Arslan, and Abdulrahman Masrani (eds)
Graham MacKay, Richard Molloy, and Patrick O'Dwyer (eds)
Critiquing key papers in the field, Landmark Papers in General Surgery gives surgeons and trainees an expert appraisal and contextual discussion of the evidence base behind current clinical practice.
Reuben D. Johnson and Alexander L. Green (eds)
Liver and Pancreatobiliary Surgery (Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Surgery): with Liver Transplantation
Robert Sutcliffe, Charalambos Gustav Antoniades, Rahul Deshpande, Olga Tucker, and Nigel Heaton
This handbook provides concise descriptions of diseases affecting the liver, biliary tree and pancreas, including their management, focusing on interventional procedures and operative techniques.