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Coloproctology

Author : Andrew P. Zbar
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Coloproctology is a surgical specialty which dynamically changes every few years. There is a profusion of colorectal textbooks but specialty series on particularly complex topics as well as on the specialized management approach for trainees and training colorectal surgeons are actually few. The aim of this text is a superior quality colorectal book written by world experts targeted at senior surgical and colorectal trainees and young consultant coloproctologists in current areas of subspecialty expertise. The structure of the chapters is current and is based on what does not appear and is not addressed in current colorectal textbooks. This series has proven useful in areas already represented, including Neurosurgery, Vascular Surgery, Transplantation Surgery, etc. The text is aimed at being relatively didactic with an algorithm approach to specialized areas within coloproctology which could potentially be updated every 3 years or so with new topics to create a set for didactic training in colorectal surgery. It is anticipated that these texts will become valuable teaching textbooks and part of every coloproctologist’s armamentarium as well as appealing to all general surgeons and surgical trainees engaged in complex elective and emergency colorectal surgery.

Coloproctology

Author : Alexander Herold
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EMM: Coloproctology presents the state-of-the-art in coloproctology. The topics covered include anatomy, physiology, anal disorders, dermatology, functional disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, benign and malignant tumours, endoscopy, emergencies and pain syndromes. All chapters give a comprehensive overview of aetiology, incidence, epidemiology, diagnostics, medical and surgical treatment, complications and individual special considerations. This work presents surgical trainees with a comprehensive and condensed guide to the core knowledge required for the European Board of Surgery Qualification (EBSQ) examination. The manual will also be of assistance to practising coloproctologists across Europe and beyond who have an interest in continued professional development. Written by an international team of experts who have each made noteworthy contributions in their field, the coverage of most aspects of coloproctology in an easy-to-follow format also makes this manual valuable to other specialists.

Coloproctology

Author : John Beynon
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The topics covered in this book have been specifically chosen to give guidance to surgeons established in practice and those embarking on their careers. Examples include the changing management in the treatment of the catastrophic abdominal wall, perianal Crohn’s disease in the biological era, decision making in rectal cancer that responds to radiotherapy, and the assessment of outcomes in colorectal cancer surgery. Recent years have seen the introduction of technical advances with respect to robotics in colorectal surgery and trans-anal total meso-rectal excision, and which are rapidly becoming established in clinical practice. Chapters also cover those aspects of colorectal practice, which are common to all, and provide guidance on management of topics including complications of radiotherapy, management of pouch dysfunction and iatrogenic complications in pelvic cancer surgery.

Coloproctology

Author : R.J. Nicholls
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In this age of specialization most patients with diseases of the hind gut and anus are still managed by general physicians or surgeons. The speciality of coloproctology has grown from the art of 'anology', a study of conditions limited to that distance from the anal verge that could be inspected easily by torch- or candlelight or with the aid of a simple speculum. Two centuries ago many proctological ills were often treated by itinerant quacks, partly because the physician considered himself rather too grand to meddle around the anus and the medical profession in general tended to look down on those who studied anal disease. Today, in certain countries, coloproctology has become a speciality every bit as exclusive as urology or orthopaedic surgery, with its own training programme and examinations, usually undertaken after the end of general surgical training. Such super-specialization has undeniable advantages with rapidly advancing technology and therapeutic possibilities. There is no doubt that for the patient suffering from a low rectal carcinoma or severe inflammatory bowel disease there are advantages in being treated by surgeons who are dealing with several cases in a year rather than by a general surgeon who sees such problems relatively rarely. Such specialized colorectal surgery units makes good sense medically and economically in large centres of population with good communications.

Essential Coloproctology for Nurses

Author : Theresa Porrett
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As this field of surgery evolves, the educational needs of nurses specialising in this area continue to grow. This innovative text, a collaboration between specialists in the UK and the USA, and the first textbook written specifically for nurses, covers these exciting developments and also examines those factors that are driving the changes in the range and delivery of services offered to patients with colorectal disease.

Coloproctology and the Pelvic Floor

Author : Michael M. Henry
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This second edition has been completely re-written and its length increased to take account of the growing awareness and of the new, more sophisticated techniques now used in the assessment of patients with debilitating disorders of the pelvic floor, anorectum and colon. Thus the importance of neurological, physiological, urological, gynaecological, and pharacological, anatomical and surgical aspects in the understanding and treatment of pelvic floor disorders are reflected in the depth of coverage given to these topics.

Contemporary Coloproctology

Author : steven brown
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Contemporary Coloproctology covers colorectal surgery, as practiced today, in an easily accessible format with emphasis on bringing key facts rapidly into focus. It is ideal reading both for the medical trainee and the practicing colorectal surgeon. As well as a succinct presentation of the current colorectal knowledge base, each chapter contains practical advice and pearls of wisdom from established practicing clinicians. A unique feature of the format is the identification of key references and questions and scenarios that present real life decisions in colorectal surgery. Edited and authored by outstanding surgeons in their fields, this book brings the reader expertise in surgery and management across the various conditions encountered in coloproctology.

Minimal Access Coloproctology

Author : Maurice E. Arregui
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One of a series dealing with minimally invasive techniques in various medical specialities, this book looks at coloproctology. It covers topics such as the principles of colon and rectal surgery, colonoscopy in the management of malignant colorectal conditions, and diagnostic laparoscopy.

Coloproctology Colon Rectum and Anus

Author : Carlo Ratto
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Minimally Invasive Coloproctology

Author : William C S Meng
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In this book, pioneers and distinguished masters of surgery describe novel minimally invasive colo- and anorectal procedures that have been developed in Asia but are of international applicability. The presented techniques are wide ranging in nature and relate to colon surgery, rectal surgery and the treatment of hemorrhoids, fistulas and chronic constipation. Each procedure is carefully described with the aid of high-quality color photographs and illustrations, drawing attention to many practical tips and tricks. In addition to the techniques themselves, state of the art technology is introduced that is now being applied clinically in China, Hong Kong, Asia-Pacific, and beyond. The book will enable readers both to grasp the concepts underlying these important new approaches and advances and to reproduce the techniques in their own surgical practice.

Recent Advances in Coloproctology

Author : John Beynon
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Recent Advances in Coloproctology provides a thorough overview of modern developments in the surgical treatment of disorders of the lower intestine including ulcerative colitis/severe acute colitis, Crohn's disease, carcinomas, haemorrhoids and anal incontinence. Recognizing that the surgeon does not work in isolation, the book also integrates recent progress in imaging techniques for the anal canal and rectum, and highlights medico-legal considerations in separate chapters. Aimed at current practitioners and trainees, Recent Advances in Coloproctology discusses key concepts that will assist general surgeons and colorectal consultants in their management of patients with a broad spectrum of anorectal and colonic disorders. With a problem-oriented slant, this book is essential reading for all those with interest in coloproctology.

Coloproctology Colon Rectum and Anus

Author : Carlo Ratto
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Pathology of Chronic Constipation in Pediatric and Adult Coloproctology

Author : William A. Meier-Ruge
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This book is devoted to motility disorders of the gut and their diagnosis, a field which can be frustrating when classical histological staining techniques are used. The use of enzyme histochemical techniques, however, provides important information on functional abnormalities of colon motility, which is demonstrated here in more than two hundred photomicrographs. The individual chapters are divided into three sections: the first outlines and illustrates pathological aspects of a particular disorder, the second provides diagnostic criteria, and the third discusses clinical pathology. In a final chapter the methodology of enzyme histochemistry is described. Drawing from 40 years of experience in the diagnosis of biopsies from the mucosa of the rectosigmoid and laparoscopic biopsies of muscularis propria from different gut areas, the authors have compiled a clearly organized and didactic volume, which will be highly useful to practicing pathologists, technicians and trainees in pathology. It will also be of great benefit to gastroenterologists, pediatricians, and coloproctological and pediatric surgeons in helping them interpret histopathological findings in the gastrointestinal tract.

Modern Coloproctology

Author : Robin Phillips
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British Journal of Hospital Medicine

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ACPGBI Position Statement on Elective Resection for Diverticulitis

Author : Ian Lindsey
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Outpatient Coloproctology

Author : Dodi
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Russian Encyclopedia of Information and Telecommunications

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Textbook of Coloproctology

Author : Keighley
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Familial Adenomatous Polyposis

Author : Lemuel Herrera
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A comprehensive assessment of basic research and clinical management of FAP, including guidelines for diagnosis, screening, and treatment. Covers differential diagnosis, physical examination, clinical markers, tests, pre- and post-surgical management, and follow-up strategies.