Recent Advances in Surgery 39

by Michael Douek, Rachel Hargest

This book focuses on recent advances in surgery 39. Surgery is the branch of medicine that employs operations in the treatment of disease or injury. Surgery can involve cutting, abrading, suturing, or otherwise physically changing body tissues and organs. Minimally invasive surgery is a relatively new approach that allows the patient to recuperate faster with less pain. This book “Recent Advances in Surgery 39” consists of 10 sections, which include surgery in general, training in surgery, breast surgery, head and neck surgery, upper gastrointestinal surgery, lower gastrointestinal surgery, hepatobiliary surgery, vascular surgery, innovation in surgery, and clinical trials, which are further divided into 14 chapters. The chapters are concise and not only discuss the surgical technique and management but also detail the preoperative evaluation, postoperative management, therapeutic approach, and follow-up of surgical patients. This book will also help postgraduate students and young surgeons to prepare for various examinations.

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