Pediatric Surgery: Expert Consult (7th Edition)

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Download Pediatric Surgery: Expert Consult (7th Edition) written by Arnold G. Coran, Anthony Caldamone, N. Scott Adzick, Thomas M. Krummel, Jean-Martin Laberge, Robert Shamberger in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 323072550/9780323072557. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Arnold G. Coran, Anthony Caldamone, N. Scott Adzick, Thomas M. Krummel, Jean-Martin Laberge, Robert Shamberger

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Mosby; 7th edition

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PDF

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848 pages

language

English

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B00763U29I

isbn10

323072550

isbn13

9780323072557


Book Description

Pediatric Surgery: Expert Consult; 7th Edition; (PDF) – edited by Coran; Caldamone; Adzick; Laberge; Krummel; and Shamberger – features up-to-date; comprehensive guidance on all aspects of childhood surgery; including; tumors; congenital malformations; trauma; and urologic problems. Apply the newest developments in fetal surgery; minimally invasive surgery in children; adolescent bariatric surgery; and tissue engineering for the repair of congenital anomalies; like the separation of conjoined twins.

  • Apply the supervision of world-renowned experts in pediatric surgery.
  • Find information easily and quickly with an intuitive organization by body region and organs.
  • Tap into the knowledge of new editors who bring new perspectives to cutting-edge techniques.
  • Understand the latest surgeries available for fetal and neonatal patients and offer life-saving options at birth.
  • Get comprehensive coverage of leading-edge technology in pediatric surgical diseases; including imaging concepts; robotics; ; minimally invasive techniques; diagnostic and therapeutic advances; and genetics and molecular biology.
  • Stay current on the latest developments in adolescent bariatric surgery; fetal surgery; marginally invasive surgery in children; and tissue engineering for the repair of congenital anomalies; like the separation of conjoined twins.

Review

Pediatric Surgery: Expert Consult 7e remains a stalwart in pediatric surgery and will continue to be a very valuable asset in libraries; personal or public; as a rich source of information on the surgical care of children.” — Robert Arensman; MD (the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine) Doody Review Services

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book-author

Arnold G. Coran, Anthony Caldamone, N. Scott Adzick, Thomas M. Krummel, Jean-Martin Laberge, Robert Shamberger

publisher

Mosby; 7th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

848 pages

language

English

asin

B00763U29I

isbn10

323072550

isbn13

9780323072557

Table of contents

Front matter, Pages i-iii
Copyright, Page iv
About the Editors, Pages v-vi
Contributors, Pages vii-xxii, Mark C. Adams, Obinna O. Adibe, Jeremy Adler, N. Scott Adzick, Craig T. Albanese, Walter S. Andrews, Harry Applebaum, Marjorie J. Arca, Daniel C. Aronson, Richard G. Azizkhan, Robert Baird, Sean Barnett, Douglas C. Barnhart, Katherine A. Barsness, Robert H. Bartlett, Laurence S. Baskin, Spencer W. Beasley, Michael L. Bentz, Deborah F. Billmire, Scott C. Boulanger, et al.
Preface, Page xxiii
Chapter 1 – History of Pediatric Surgery: A Brief Overview, Pages 3-17, Jay L. Grosfeld, James A. O’Neill Jr.
Chapter 2 – Molecular Clinical Genetics and Gene Therapy, Pages 19-26, Alan W. Flake
Chapter 3 – Impact of Tissue Engineering in Pediatric Surgery, Pages 27-35, Howard I. Pryor II, David M. Hoganson, Joseph P. Vacanti
Chapter 4 – Advanced and Emerging Surgical Technologies and the Process of Innovation, Pages 37-75, Sanjeev Dutta, Russell K. Woo, Thomas M. Krummel
Chapter 5 – Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy, Pages 77-88, Hanmin Lee, Shinjiro Hirose, Michael R. Harrison
Chapter 6 – Neonatal Physiology and Metabolic Considerations, Pages 89-107, Agostino Pierro, Paolo De Coppi, Simon Eaton
Chapter 7 – Respiratory Physiology and Care, Pages 109-122, Jay M. Wilson, John W. DiFiore
Chapter 8 – Extracorporeal Life Support for Cardiopulmonary Failure, Pages 123-132, Ronald B. Hirschl, Robert H. Bartlett
Chapter 9 – Neonatal Cardiovascular Physiology and Care, Pages 133-140, Albert P. Rocchini
Chapter 10 – Sepsis and Related Considerations, Pages 141-163, Allison L. Speer, Tracy C. Grikscheit, Jeffrey S. Upperman, Henri R. Ford
Chapter 11 – Surgical Implications of Hematologic Disease, Pages 165-178, Kelly Walkovich, Raymond J. Hutchinson
Chapter 12 – Nutritional Support in the Pediatric Surgical Patient, Pages 179-199, Daniel H. Teitelbaum, Imad F. Btaiche, Arnold G. Coran
Chapter 13 – Pediatric Anesthesia, Pages 201-226, Ira S. Landsman, Stephen R. Hays, Christopher J. Karsanac, Andrew Franklin
Chapter 14 – Clinical Outcomes Evaluation and Quality Improvement, Pages 227-236, Tamara N. Fitzgerald, R. Lawrence Moss
Chapter 15 – Ethical Considerations, Pages 237-246, Benedict C. Nwomeh, Donna A. Caniano
Chapter 16 – Patient- and Family-Centered Pediatric Surgical Care, Pages 247-252, Sherif Emil
Chapter 17 – Injury Prevention, Pages 255-260, Gina P. Duchossois, Michael L. Nance
Chapter 18 – Infants and Children as Accident Victims and Their Emergency Management, Pages 261-270, Jeffrey R. Lukish, Martin R. Eichelberger
Chapter 19 – Thoracic Injuries, Pages 271-287, David E. Wesson, Charles S. Cox Jr.
Chapter 20 – Abdominal Trauma, Pages 289-309, Steven Stylianos, Richard H. Pearl
Chapter 21 – Genitourinary Tract Trauma, Pages 311-325, Rebeccah L. Brown, Richard A. Falcone Jr., Victor F. Garcia
Chapter 22 – Musculoskeletal Trauma, Pages 327-336, Richard S. Davidson, B. David Horn
Chapter 23 – Hand, Soft Tissue, and Envenomation Injuries, Pages 337-341, Daniel B. Schmid, Michael L. Bentz
Chapter 24 – Central Nervous System Injuries, Pages 343-360, Andrew Jea, Thomas G. Luerssen
Chapter 25 – Vascular Injury, Pages 361-367, Joseph. J. Tepas III, Danielle S. Walsh
Chapter 26 – Burns, Pages 369-384, Dai H. Chung, Nadja C. Colon, David N. Herndon
Chapter 27 – Child Abuse and Birth Injuries, Pages 385-393, Dennis W. Vane
Chapter 28 – Principles of Pediatric Oncology, Genetics of Cancer, and Radiation Therapy, Pages 397-416, Matthew J. Krasin, Andrew M. Davidoff
Chapter 29 – Biopsy Techniques for Children with Cancer, Pages 417-422, James D. Geiger, Douglas C. Barnhart
Chapter 30 – Wilms’ Tumor, Pages 423-440, Peter F. Ehrlich, Robert C. Shamberger
Chapter 31 – Neuroblastoma, Pages 441-458, Barrie S. Rich, Michael P. La Quaglia
Chapter 32 – Nonmalignant Tumors of the Liver, Pages 459-462, Wolfgang Stehr, Philip C. Guzzetta Jr.
Chapter 33 – Malignant Liver Tumors, Pages 463-482, Rebecka L. Meyers, Daniel C. Aronson, Arthur Zimmermann
Chapter 34 – Pediatric Gastrointestinal Tumors, Pages 483-490, Joseph T. Murphy, Robert P. Foglia
Chapter 35 – Diagnosis and Treatment of Rhabdomyosarcoma, Pages 491-499, Kevin P. Mollen, David A. Rodeberg
Chapter 36 – Other Soft Tissue Tumors, Pages 501-505, Andrea Hayes Jordan
Chapter 37 – Teratomas and Other Germ Cell Tumors, Pages 507-516, Frederick J. Rescorla
Chapter 38 – Hodgkin Lymphoma and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Pages 517-527, Peter F. Ehrlich
Chapter 39 – Ovarian Tumors, Pages 529-548, Daniel Von Allmen, Mary E. Fallat
Chapter 40 – Testicular Tumors, Pages 549-556, Bryan J. Dicken, Deborah F. Billmire
Chapter 41 – Adrenal Tumors, Pages 557-566, Michael G. Caty, Mauricio A. Escobar Jr.
Chapter 42 – Tumors of the Lung and Chest Wall, Pages 567-576, Stephen J. Shochat, Christopher B. Weldon
Chapter 43 – Bone Tumors, Pages 577-590, Saminathan S. Nathan, John H. Healey
Chapter 44 – Brain Tumors, Pages 591-601, Eamon J. McLaughlin, Michael J. Fisher, Leslie N. Sutton, Phillip B. Storm
Chapter 45 – Principles of Transplantation, Pages 605-615, Jorge Reyes, Noriko Murase, Thomas E. Starzl
Chapter 46 – Renal Transplantation, Pages 617-629, John C. Magee
Chapter 47 – Pancreas and Islet Cell Transplantation, Pages 631-641, David E.R. Sutherland, Angelika C. Gruessner, Bernhard J. Hering, Rainer W.G. Gruessner
Chapter 48 – Liver Transplantation, Pages 643-652, Bob H. Saggi, Douglas G. Farmer, Ronald W. Busuttil
Chapter 49 – Pediatric Intestinal Transplantation, Pages 653-658, Yann Révillon, Christophe Chardot
Chapter 50 – Heart Transplantation, Pages 659-670, Stephanie M.P. Fuller, Thomas L. Spray
Chapter 51 – Pediatric Lung Transplantation, Pages 671-681, Sanjiv K. Gandhi, Albert Faro, Charles B. Huddleston
Chapter 52 – Surgical Implications Associated with Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplantation, Pages 683-687, Thomas E. Hamilton, Robert C. Shamberger
Chapter 53 – Craniofacial Anomalies, Pages 691-698, Jason J. Hall, H. Peter Lorenz
Chapter 54 – Understanding and Caring for Children with Cleft Lip and Palate, Pages 699-706, James Y. Liau, John A. van Aalst, A. Michael Sadove
Chapter 55 – Otolaryngologic Disorders, Pages 707-728, Lisa M. Elden, Ralph F. Wetmore, William P. Potsic
Chapter 56 – Salivary Glands, Pages 729-735, Douglas Sidell, Nina L. Shapiro
Chapter 57 – Lymph Node Disorders, Pages 737-743, Faisal G. Qureshi, Kurt D. Newman
Chapter 58 – Childhood Diseases of the Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands, Pages 745-752, Hannah G. Piper, Michael A. Skinner
Chapter 59 – Neck Cysts and Sinuses, Pages 753-761, Craig Lillehei
Chapter 60 – Torticollis, Pages 763-767, Spencer W. Beasley
Chapter 61 – Disorders of the Breast, Pages 771-778, Mary L. Brandt
Chapter 62 – Congenital Chest Wall Deformities, Pages 779-808, Robert E. Kelly Jr., Robert C. Shamberger
Chapter 63 – Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia and Eventration, Pages 809-824, Charles J.H. Stolar, Peter W. Dillon
Chapter 64 – Cysts of the Lungs and Mediastinum, Pages 825-835, N. Scott Adzick, Diana L. Farmer
Chapter 65 – Lesions of the Larynx, Trachea, and Upper Airway, Pages 837-854, Dana Mara Thompson, J. Paul Willging, Robin T. Cotton
Chapter 66 – Infections and Diseases of the Lungs, Pleura, and Mediastinum, Pages 855-880, Pramod S. Puligandla, Jean-Martin Laberge
Chapter 67 – Esophagoscopy and Diagnostic Techniques, Pages 881-887, Harry Lindahl
Chapter 68 – Esophageal Rupture and Perforation, Pages 889-892, Thomas R. Weber
Chapter 69 – Congenital Anomalies of the Esophagus, Pages 893-918, Carroll M. Harmon, Arnold G. Coran
Chapter 70 – Caustic Strictures of the Esophagus, Pages 919-926, Alastair J.W. Millar, Alp Numanoglu
Chapter 71 – Esophageal Replacement, Pages 927-938, Lewis Spitz, Arnold G. Coran
Chapter 72 – Disorders of Esophageal Function, Pages 939-946, Juan A. Tovar
Chapter 73 – Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Pages 947-958, Michael E. Höllwarth
Chapter 74 – Disorders of the Umbilicus, Pages 961-972, Robert E. Cilley
Chapter 75 – Congenital Defects of the Abdominal Wall, Pages 973-984, Michael D. Klein
Chapter 76 – Inguinal Hernias and Hydroceles, Pages 985-1001, Philip L. Glick, Scott C. Boulanger
Chapter 77 – Undescended Testis, Torsion, and Varicocele, Pages 1003-1019, John M. Hutson
Chapter 78 – Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis, Pages 1021-1028, Marshall Z. Schwartz
Chapter 79 – Peptic Ulcer and Other Conditions of the Stomach, Pages 1029-1039, L.R. Scherer III
Chapter 80 – Bariatric Surgery in Adolescents, Pages 1041-1050, Sean Barnett, Victor F. Garcia, Thomas H. Inge
Chapter 81 – Duodenal Atresia and Stenosis—Annular Pancreas, Pages 1051-1057, Harry Applebaum, Roman Sydorak
Chapter 82 – Jejunoileal Atresia and Stenosis, Pages 1059-1071, Jason S. Frischer, Richard G. Azizkhan
Chapter 83 – Meconium Ileus, Pages 1073-1083, Moritz M. Ziegler
Chapter 84 – Meckel Diverticulum, Pages 1085-1092, Charles L. Snyder
Chapter 85 – Intussusception, Pages 1093-1110, Paul M. Columbani, Stefan Scholz
Chapter 86 – Disorders of Intestinal Rotation and Fixation, Pages 1111-1125, Melvin S. Dassinger, Samuel D. Smith
Chapter 87 – Other Causes of Intestinal Obstruction, Pages 1127-1134, Wolfgang Stehr, Cynthia A. Gingalewski
Chapter 88 – Short Bowel Syndrome, Pages 1135-1145, Tom Jaksic, Ivan M. Gutierrez, Kuang Horng Kang
Chapter 89 – Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Pages 1147-1154, Patrick A. Dillon, Brad W. Warner
Chapter 90 – Alimentary Tract Duplications, Pages 1155-1163, Dennis P. Lund
Chapter 91 – Mesenteric and Omental Cysts, Pages 1165-1170, Richard R. Ricketts
Chapter 92 – Ascites, Pages 1171-1175, Eugene D. McGahren III
Chapter 93 – Polypoid Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract, Pages 1177-1185, Joseph L. Lelli Jr.
Chapter 94 – Necrotizing Enterocolitis, Pages 1187-1207, Karl G. Sylvester, Gigi Y. Liu, Craig T. Albanese
Chapter 95 – Crohn’s Disease, Pages 1209-1215, Obinna O. Adibe, Keith E. Georgeson
Chapter 96 – Ulcerative Colitis, Pages 1217-1229, Jeremy Adler, Arnold G. Coran, Daniel H. Teitelbaum
Chapter 97 – Primary Peritonitis, Pages 1231-1234, Robert Baird, Jean-Martin Laberge
Chapter 98 – Stomas of the Small and Large Intestine, Pages 1235-1245, Michael W.L. Gauderer
Chapter 99 – Atresia, Stenosis, and Other Obstructions of the Colon, Pages 1247-1253, Marjorie J. Arca, Keith T. Oldham
Chapter 100 – Appendicitis, Pages 1255-1263, James C.Y. Dunn
Chapter 101 – Hirschsprung Disease, Pages 1265-1278, Jacob C. Langer
Chapter 102 – Intestinal Dysganglionosis and Other Disorders of Intestinal Motility, Pages 1279-1287, Prem Puri
Chapter 103 – Anorectal Malformations, Pages 1289-1309, Marc A. Levitt, Alberto Peña
Chapter 104 – Other Disorders of the Anus and Rectum, Anorectal Function, Pages 1311-1320, Risto J. Rintala, Mikko P. Pakarinen
Chapter 105 – The Jaundiced Infant: Biliary Atresia, Pages 1321-1330, Robert A. Cowles
Chapter 106 – Choledochal Cyst, Pages 1331-1339, Kelly D. Gonzales, Hanmin Lee
Chapter 107 – Gallbladder Disease and Hepatic Infections, Pages 1341-1353, George W. Holcomb III, Walter S. Andrews
Chapter 108 – Portal Hypertension, Pages 1355-1369, Riccardo Superina
Chapter 109 – The Pancreas, Pages 1371-1384, N. Scott Adzick
Chapter 110 – The Spleen, Pages 1385-1392, Katherine A. Barsness, Marleta Reynolds
Chapter 111 – Renal Agenesis, Dysplasia, and Cystic Disease, Pages 1395-1403, Kenneth I. Glassberg, Grace Hyun
Chapter 112 – Renal Fusions and Ectopia, Pages 1405-1410, Pierre Mouriquand, Nicoleta Panait
Chapter 113 – Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction, Pages 1411-1425, Travis W. Groth, Michael E. Mitchell
Chapter 114 – Renal Infection, Abscess, Vesicoureteral Reflux, Urinary Lithiasis, and Renal Vein Thrombosis, Pages 1427-1440, Leslie T. McQuiston, Anthony A. Caldamone
Chapter 115 – Ureteral Duplication and Ureteroceles, Pages 1441-1451, Ramnath Subramaniam
Chapter 116 – Disorders of Bladder Function, Pages 1453-1465, Martin Kaefer
Chapter 117 – Reconstruction of the Bladder and Bladder Outlet, Pages 1467-1485, Eugene Minevich, Curtis A. Sheldon
Chapter 118 – Incontinent and Continent Urinary Diversion, Pages 1487-1496, Audrey C. Rhee, Elizabeth B. Yerkes, Richard C. Rink
Chapter 119 – Megaureter and Prune-Belly Syndrome, Pages 1497-1514, Mark C. Adams, W. Hardy Hendren III
Chapter 120 – Bladder and Cloacal Exstrophy, Pages 1515-1529, Lynn L. Woo, John C. Thomas, John W. Brock III
Chapter 121 – Hypospadias, Pages 1531-1553, Laurence S. Baskin
Chapter 122 – Abnormalities of the Urethra, Penis, and Scrotum, Pages 1555-1563, J. Patrick Murphy, John M. Gatti
Chapter 123 – Disorders of Sexual Development, Pages 1565-1590, Rafael V. Pieretti, Patricia K. Donahoe
Chapter 124 – Abnormalities of the Female Genital Tract, Pages 1591-1609, Marc R. Laufer
Chapter 125 – Vascular Anomalies, Pages 1613-1630, Ann M. Kulungowski, Steven J. Fishman
Chapter 126 – Pediatric Arterial Diseases, Pages 1631-1645, James C. Stanley, Jonathan L. Eliason
Chapter 127 – Congenital Heart Disease and Anomalies of the Great Vessels, Pages 1647-1671, Richard G. Ohye, Jennifer C. Hirsch
Chapter 128 – Management of Neural Tube Defects, Hydrocephalus, Refractory Epilepsy, and Central Nervous System Infections, Pages 1673-1697, Jodi L. Smith
Chapter 129 – Major Congenital Orthopedic Deformities, Pages 1699-1710, Kosmas Kayes, William Didelot
Chapter 130 – Congenital Defects of the Skin and Hands, Pages 1711-1724, Edward P. Miranda
Chapter 131 – Conjoined Twins, Pages 1725-1738, Lewis Spitz, Edward M. Kiely, Agostino Pierro
Index, Pages I-1-I-48

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