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Product Description Essential Surgery is a comprehensive and highly illustrated textbook suitable for both clinical medical students as well junior surgical trainees, preparing for postgraduate qualifications in surgery such as the MRCS. Covering general surgery, trauma, orthopaedics, vascular surgery, paediatric surgery, cardiothoracic surgery and urology, it incorporates appropriate levels of basic science throughout. The book is ideal for modern clinical courses as well as being a practical manual for readers at more advanced levels. Its main aim is to stimulate the reader to a greater enjoyment and understanding of the practice of surgery. Key Features Essential Surgery incorporates a problem-solving approach wherever possible, emphasising how diagnoses are made and why particular treatments are used. The pathophysiological basis of surgical diseases is discussed in relation to their management, acting as a bridge between basic medical sciences and clinical problems.
Preoperative assessment 8. Medical problems 9. Blood transfusion Diagnosis and management of common postoperative problems Principles of operative surgery Complications of surgery and trauma and their prevention.
Principles of cancer management Principles of transplantation surgery Section 3 - Principles of Accident Surgery Major injuries Head and maxillofacial injuries Non-acute abdominal pain and other abdominal symptoms and signs Gallstone diseases and related disorders Peptic ulceration and related disorders Disorders of the oesophagus Tumours of the stomach and small intestine Tumours of the pancreas and hepatobiliary system Appendicitis Colorectal polyps and carcinoma Chronic inflammatory bowel disorders Disorders of large bowel motility, structure and perfusion.
Hernias and other groin problems Symptoms and signs and investigations of urinary tract disorders Disorders of the prostate It claims to be problem orientated but it is not a style that is instantly recognisable.
Instead, topics are organised by surgical pathology. The early sections on the principles of surgical and perioperative care are organised around the pathophysiological basis of surgical disease, and they are excellent, both factually detailed and eminently suitable for the MRCS.
The book goes on to cover many areas of surgery including trauma management, general surgery including breast and vascular , urology, cardiothoracic surgery, otolaryngology and paediatric surgery.
It does so with a disease orientated approach, which works well. The authors have attempted to add details of common operative procedures and while they generally cover these common operations well, the details are those of a more traditional surgical practice.
There is little reference to any up-to-date level I evidence of operative surgical practice where this exists. Within general surgery, developing subspecialty areas like bariatric surgery and pelvic floor surgery are addressed very superficially.
The other significant omission in the book hard copy are links to any online resources, particularly society websites and their national guidelines, which would provide the interested reader with any necessary additional information.
The book is nicely presented, in colour, and easy to navigate with good indexing.