Robert E. Bristow, Dennis Chi
McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 1st edition
Radical and Reconstructive Gynecologic Cancer Surgery (PDF) is the first textbook to encompass the full range of extirpative and reconstructive surgical procedures required to treat locally advanced and recurrent pelvic cancers. It is a unique blend of clinical best practices and a detailed surgical atlas with numerous high-quality illustrations and photographs. The ebook reflects the integrated multidisciplinary team approach necessary for the effective management of these cancers.
The surgical chapters follow a consistent presentation that includes indications; background and clinical applications; preoperative preparation; anatomical considerations; postoperative care; surgical procedure; and long-term outcomes.
Radical and Reconstructive Gynecologic Cancer Surgery is divided into 3 main parts:
PART 1 covers the historical evolution of radical pelvic surgical procedures and provides an anatomical review of pertinent pelvic and abdominal vascular; visceral; and bony structures as a foundation for the detailed descriptions and illustrations of the surgical procedures that follow.
PART 2 consists of the extirpative procedures organized by physiology; system; and anatomic region in a textbook and atlas format. The detailed illustrations are complemented by operative pictures that emphasize the practical or “how-to” aspects of each procedure.
PART 3 includes comprehensive coverage of the full range of surgical options and reconstructive procedures available to optimize patient outcomes; as well as a chapter on rehabilitation; quality of life issues; and symptom management.
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