Author: David Beck,John L. Rombeau,Michael J. The combination of junior and senior authors selected from the membership of the ASCRS for each chapter will provide a comprehensive summary of each topic and allow the touch of experience to focus and temper the material. This approach should provide the reader with a very open minded, evidence based approach to all aspects of colorectal disease.
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The updated version covers the strategic evaluation, specific approaches and detailed management techniques used by colorectal surgeons caring for patients with complex conditions. The distinguished editorial group for the third edition includes Drs. With 72 chapters, the ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery is the standard text for the field and a must-have reference for residents and fellows in training, as well as practicing surgeons. The manual abstracted from the ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery, 2nd edition is intended to impart succinct, clinically relevant information for daily patient care.
The contents are presented consistently, with concise overviews of the most clinically relevant topics. The disease chapters discuss etiology, anatomic considerations, patient evaluation, lab results, imaging, diagnosis, and treatment. The surgical chapters address these same issues, in addition to discussion of minimally invasive versus open techniques, possible complications, and perioperative care.
Anatomical and technique drawings, operative photos, and algorithms are included. Each chapter also correlates with the core curriculum developed by the Association of Program Directors for Colon and Rectal Surgery.
This edition was edited by Drs. David E. Wexner, Tracy L. Hull, Patricia L. Roberts, Theodore J. Saclarides, Anthony J. Senagore, Michael J.
Download: Ascrs Textbook 3rd Edition.pdf