Operative Pediatric Surgery (2nd Edition)

Download Operative Pediatric Surgery (2nd Edition) written by Moritz Ziegler, Richard G.Azizkhan, Daniel Von Allmen, Thomas R. Weber in AZW3 format. This book is under the category Pediatrics and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 71627235/9780071627238. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Moritz Ziegler, Richard G.Azizkhan, Daniel Von Allmen, Thomas R. Weber


McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 2nd Edition




1397 pages









Book Description

The second edition of Operative Pediatric Surgery is a comprehensive text that is both well-illustrated and gives authoritative coverage of the diagnosis, pathophysiology, and treatment of pediatric surgical disorders. The text is available in PDF format. This comprehensive resource is presented in a single book for your convenience, and it benefits from a large number of drawings, radiographs, and photographs that demonstrate the authors’ preferred surgical procedures. Diagnostic and treatment guidelines are included wherever they are deemed appropriate.

The second edition of Operative Pediatric Surgery is organized into 11 sections, and each of those sections contains a total of 100 chapters. The General Principles section of this ebook is very informative and provides important background information on a variety of topics, including the history of pediatric surgery, pediatric surgical critical care, ethical considerations, and office-based ambulatory surgery. This section also serves as the introduction to the rest of the ebook. The remaining text is divided mostly by organ, and it has been enhanced by the addition of a section on the transplantation of solid organs.

In this second edition, the authors of each chapter have thoroughly revised and updated their respective subject matter. Additionally, in many instances, minimally invasive operating techniques have been incorporated alongside open approaches. In addition to that, there are exciting new chapters on:


  • Hypospadias
  • Vesicoureteral reflux
  • Adolescent bariatric surgery
  • Polyps and cancer of the gastrointestinal tract
  • Non-rhabdomyosarcoma soft tissue sarcomas


The second edition of Operative Pediatric Surgery will prove to be an essential reference for pediatric surgeons who are looking for the most effective methods of diagnosis and therapy for their patients.

PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the only thing that is included in the purchase is the PDF version of the ebook “Operative Pediatric Surgery, 2nd Edition.” There are no access codes contained within.


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