SRB's Manual of Surgery

SRB's Manual of Surgery

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The fourth edition of SRBa€™s Manual of Surgery brings trainee surgeons fully up to date with the latest procedures and techniques in general surgery. Each chapter examines both common and uncommon disorders that may occur in different parts of the body and the surgical procedures used to treat them. Malignancies are covered in greater detail in the new edition, discussing staging and current oncological trends. This 1336pp comprehensive manual includes 2200 full colour clinical photographs with detailed explanations, as well as boxes highlighting key physical signs to assist learning. The previous edition published in 2010. Key points 1350pp new edition bringing trainees up to date with latest procedures and techniques in general surgery Discusses common and less common conditions in all parts of the body Greater coverage of malignancies in the fourth edition 2200 full colour clinical photographs with explanations Includes key learning boxes highlighting physical signs Previous edition published in 20101. In cancer, the malignant cells may invade these ligaments and consequent contraction of these strands may cause dimpling of the skin or attachment of the growth to the skin, ... It is the node most easily properly clinically palpable in axilla . 3.

Title:SRB's Manual of Surgery
Author:Sriram Bhat, Sriram Bhat M
Publisher:JP Medical Ltd - 2012-12-30


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