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Current concepts in general surgery [electronic resource] : a resident review / [edited by] William R. Wrightson.

Contributor(s): Wrightson, William R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Vademecum: Publisher: Georgetown, Tex. : Landes Bioscience, c2006Description: 1 online resource (1 v.).ISBN: 142376661X (electronic bk.); 9781423766612 (electronic bk.); 1598759485; 9781598759488.Subject(s): Surgery, Operative -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Surgical Procedures, Operative -- Handbooks | Clinical Medicine -- methods -- Handbooks | Diagnostic Techniques and Procedures -- Handbooks | Signs and Symptoms -- Handbooks | MEDICAL -- Prosthesis | MEDICAL -- Surgery -- GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Current concepts in general surgery.DDC classification: 617/.91 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Basic physiology / Mary B. Carter and William R. Wrightson -- Surgical immunology / Phillip T. Burch -- Hemostasis / William R. Wrightson -- Anesthesia / Brian R. Davis -- Statistics / Robert C. Kanard -- Wound healing / Robert I. Oliver -- Critical care / William R. Wrightson -- Surgical oncology / William R. Wrightson -- Breast / Sara Elizabeth Snell -- Esophagus / William R. Wrightson -- Stomach and duodenum / Steven M. Girard -- Small and large intestines / Steven R. Casos and William R. Wrightson -- Liver / Dan N. Tran and William R. Wrightson -- Biliary system / Alina D. Sholar and William R. Wrightson -- Pancreas / William R. Wrightson -- Hernias / Timothy K. Bullock -- Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) / Vincent C. Lusco -- Vascular surgery / William R. Wrightson -- Cardiothoracic surgery / William R. Wrightson -- Endoscopy / C. Adam Conn and William R. Wrightson -- Orthopaedic trauma / James C. Dodds and S. Matthew Rose -- Head and neck surgery / Steven L. Goudy -- Pediatric surgery / Monica S. Hall.
Summary: This book is designed to filter the medical minutia into an easy to read and follow text in General Surgery. As I went through my training in General Surgery, I found that as the in-service training exam approached I was never quite prepared. I just couldn't bring myself to read a 2000 page textbook the month before the exam. The Surgery Residents at the University of Louisville set out to develop a succinct and informed review for the in-training exam. We included the essential information needed to do well on the Board exam without overwhelming the reader. This book is written for residents b.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Basic physiology / Mary B. Carter and William R. Wrightson -- Surgical immunology / Phillip T. Burch -- Hemostasis / William R. Wrightson -- Anesthesia / Brian R. Davis -- Statistics / Robert C. Kanard -- Wound healing / Robert I. Oliver -- Critical care / William R. Wrightson -- Surgical oncology / William R. Wrightson -- Breast / Sara Elizabeth Snell -- Esophagus / William R. Wrightson -- Stomach and duodenum / Steven M. Girard -- Small and large intestines / Steven R. Casos and William R. Wrightson -- Liver / Dan N. Tran and William R. Wrightson -- Biliary system / Alina D. Sholar and William R. Wrightson -- Pancreas / William R. Wrightson -- Hernias / Timothy K. Bullock -- Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) / Vincent C. Lusco -- Vascular surgery / William R. Wrightson -- Cardiothoracic surgery / William R. Wrightson -- Endoscopy / C. Adam Conn and William R. Wrightson -- Orthopaedic trauma / James C. Dodds and S. Matthew Rose -- Head and neck surgery / Steven L. Goudy -- Pediatric surgery / Monica S. Hall.

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This book is designed to filter the medical minutia into an easy to read and follow text in General Surgery. As I went through my training in General Surgery, I found that as the in-service training exam approached I was never quite prepared. I just couldn't bring myself to read a 2000 page textbook the month before the exam. The Surgery Residents at the University of Louisville set out to develop a succinct and informed review for the in-training exam. We included the essential information needed to do well on the Board exam without overwhelming the reader. This book is written for residents b.

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