Add to basket Add to wishlist Description This new edition has been fully revised to provide students with the latest advances and technologies in general surgery. The book begins with a selection of long and short cases, each covering different regions of the anatomy. The remaining sections discuss surgical problems, X-Rays, pathology, preoperative preparations, minor surgical procedures, instruments, operative surgery, and surgical anatomy. The text is highly illustrated with clinical photographs and schematic drawings, and the surgical anatomy section provides hand drawn illustrations correlating anatomy with pathology.
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All the sections of the book have been thoroughly revised and updated. All the recent guidelines for treatment have been incorporated. Mainly covers the oral and practical part of the examination. All important Long and Short Cases are discussed thoroughly.
Special emphasis is given for elicitation of different physical signs. Surgical Problems emergency and non-emergency are discussed in detail. The X-ray section includes important X-ray plates with detailed discussion of the clinical situation. Surgical pathology section covers important specimens suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Important minor surgical procedures are covered in brief. Preoperative preparations for routine elective surgery as well as with pre-existing comorbid conditions are discussed thoroughly. Common surgical instruments including laparoscopic instruments and suture materials are discussed with illustrations.
Operative surgery section covers detailed steps of operation suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Surgical anatomy section briefly covers important anatomy in relation to long and short cases. The book contains approximately 1, figures; most of the pictures for demonstration of clinical signs have been replaced by new colour photographs. The schematic diagrams in instrument section have been replaced by actual photographs. Posted by The Bharatiya at.
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