Controversies in Surgery - Schein, Moshe / Wise, Leslie (eds.)
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"When a thing ceases to be a subject of controversy, it ceases to be a subject of interest. " WILLIAM HAZLITT (1778-1830) This is the fourth volume in a series which we started in 1997. In 1976, Varco and Delaney edited a "surgical bestseller" entitled Controversy in Surgery. This was fol lowed by a second volume in 1985. The immense success of these books among both surgical trainees and experienced surgeons, and their wide international ap peal, supported the editors' notion that a view of controversy is integral to teach ing. However, despite major advances in surgical science and practice,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
"When a thing ceases to be a subject of controversy, it ceases to be a subject of interest. " WILLIAM HAZLITT (1778-1830) This is the fourth volume in a series which we started in 1997. In 1976, Varco and Delaney edited a "surgical bestseller" entitled Controversy in Surgery. This was fol lowed by a second volume in 1985. The immense success of these books among both surgical trainees and experienced surgeons, and their wide international ap peal, supported the editors' notion that a view of controversy is integral to teach ing. However, despite major advances in surgical science and practice, no other similar publication has since been put together with the objective of addressing major controversies in surgery. The aim of this series is to address such deficiency by covering the most crucial current controversies in general, vascular and trauma surgery. Since almost everything is controversial in surgery, we will be able to tackle different issues almost each year. The editors have selected a nationally/internationally recognized authority for each topic. Most books available today are either "North American:' "British-Com monwealth" or "British-European:' contributing to the constant transatlantic rival ry. Our series specifically aims to bridge this "culture gap" and includes North American, British, European, and other authors while maintaining a cohesive structure. This will hopefully also broaden the appeal of such a book across both sides of the Atlantic and beyond.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • 2001
  • Seitenzahl: 424
  • Erscheinungstermin: 8. Mai 2001
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 27mm
  • Gewicht: 712g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540411031
  • ISBN-10: 3540411038
  • Artikelnr.: 09670086
Inhaltsangabe
1 Surgical Publishing in the Twenty-First Century.- Journals Claude H. Organ Jr..- Books Jonathan L. Meakins.- Publishing in the Internet Age Thomas Karger.- Invited Comment - Germany Arnoud De Kemp.- Invited Comment - USA Cynthia J. Laitman, Layton F. Rikkers.- Invited Comment - UK John R. Farndon.- Invited Comment - France Abe Fingerhut.- Editorial Comment.- 2 Malignant Melanoma.- Surgical Management: The Role of Intraoperative Lymphatic Mapping and Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Douglas Tyler, Hilliard Seigler.- Nonsurgical Modalities Dina Lev-Chelouche, Joseph M. Klausner.- Invited Comment Charles M . Balch.- Editorial Comment.- 3 Primary Esophageal Motility Disorders.- Investigations and Nonoperative Management Hubert J. Stein, Jörg Theisen.- Surgical Perspectives Robert Kalimi, Gary R . Gecelter.- Invited Comment Cedric G. Bremner.- Editorial Comment.- 4 Benign Hepatic Lesions.- Investigations and Nonoperative Management Irving S. Benjamin, Sanjay Gupta.- Surgical Management Jonathan Koea, Yuman Fong.- Invited Comment O. James Garden.- Editorial Comment.- 5 Cholelithiasis.- Chronic Cholecystitis Samuel Eldar, Ibrahim Matter.- Acute Cholecystitis Ulf Haglund, Ib Rasmussen.- Invited Comment David Fromm.- Editorial Comment.- 6 Non-Adenocarcinoma Pancreatic Tumors.- Endocrine Tumors Matthias Rothmund, D. Bartsch.- Cystic Tumors Claudio Bassi, Massimo Falconi, Paolo Pederzoli.- Invited Comment Richard A. Prinz, Constantine V. Godellas.- Editorial Comment.- 7 Appendicitis.- Acute Appendicitis Shawn J. Pelletier, Timothy L. Pruett.- Appendiceal Mass and Abscess Roger Saadia, Jeremy Lipschitz.- Invited Comment Zygmunt H . Krukowski.- Editorial Comment.- 8 Mesenteric Ischemia.- Acute Mesenteric Arterial Ischemia Jon S. Thompson, Thomas G . Lynch.- Acute Mesenteric Venous Ischemia Hannes A. Rüdiger, Pierre-Alain Clavien.- Chronic Visceral Ischemia Darren B. Schneider, Louis M . Messina, Ronald J. Stoney.- Ischemic Colitis Christopher T. Smith, Donald L. Kaminski.- Invited Comment Michael Klyachkin, John J. Ricotta.- Editorial Comment.- 9 Ascites.- Nonoperative Management Ramón Bataller, Vicente Arroyo.- The Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt Procedure Gilles Pomier-Layrargues, Ziad Hassoun.- Operative Management Dominique Franco.- Invited Comment Sheila Sherlock.- Editorial Comment.- 10 Surgical Intensive Care Unit.- Ventilation Strategies in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit Philip S. Barie.- Hemodynamic Monitoring and Support David T. Harrington, William G . Cioffi.- Renal Support Bashar Fahoum.- The Gut Charles A. Adams Jr., Edwin A. Deitch.- Ethics in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit: Medical Futility Avery B. Nathens.- Invited Comment Larry M . Gentilello.- Editorial Comment.- 11 Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery.- Antireflux Surgery Joaquin A. Rodriguez, Ronald A . Hinder.- Invited Comment on Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery Santiago Horgan, Lloyd M. Nyhus.- Thoracic Surgery Toni Hau.- Invited Comment on Thoracoscopic Surgery Malek Massad, Lloyd M. Nyhus.- Laparoscopic Hernia Repair Piotr J. Gorecki.- Invited Comment on Laparoscopic Hernia Repair Lloyd M. Nyhus.- Spleen and Adrenal Gland Emma J. Patterson, Michel Gagner.- Invited Comment on Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery: Spleen and Adrenal Gland Santiago Horgan, Lloyd M . Nyhus.- Bile Ducts Eli Mavor, Namir Katkhouda.- Invited Comment on Laparoscopic Management of Choledocholithiasis Santiago Horgan, Lloyd M . Nyhus.- Laparoscopic Vascular Surgery Yves-Marie Dion, Carlos Gracia, Hassen Ben El Kadi.- Invited Comment on Endoscopic Vascular Surgery David Landau, Lloyd M . Nyhus.- Invited Rebuttal Yves-Marie Dion, Carlos Gracia, Hassen Ben El Kadi.- Editorial Comment.- 12 Vascular Trauma.- Evaluation and Nonoperative Management James W. Dennis.- Operative Management David A. Spain, Eddy H. Carrillo, J. David Richardson.- Invited Comment Asher Hirshberg, Martin A. Schreiber.- Editorial Comment.- 13 Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding.- Investigations and Nonoperative Treatment I
Rezensionen
British Journal of Surgery (2000;87:685) - 'There are useful and germane discussions that highlight the difficulties.' - 'It is well referenced and there is a good deal of evidence based medicine, in addition to surgical direction based on interesting personal opinion.' - '...should be of great interest to the specialist surgeon and to candidates sitting examinations....' - 'It is written in highly concentrated fashion' (M.K.H. Crumplin).