1st Edition

Bailey & Love's Essential Operations in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery

Edited By Ashley Dennison, Guy Maddern, Jia Fan Copyright 2025
    600 Pages 263 Color & 164 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    600 Pages 263 Color & 164 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Bailey & Love's Essential Operations in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery provides step by step explanations of both the core operations and more complex procedures. Written by acknowledged experts and trainers from around the world, and with abundant diagrams and figures to explain the operative steps, this new resource will enable hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeons to increase their skills in this demanding and technically challenging field.

    Over 70 easy to read chapters cover the entire range of HPB surgery. Essential management principles and technical points are included, preferred operative techniques are described and alternative options discussed. The practice of HPB surgery requires familiarity and expertise with a wide range of technologies, and these are described and integrated within the text. The text is enhanced by clear colour images, ensuring that best practice in HPB surgery is made clear and accessible for a global audience.

    As surgical trainees around the world continue to be faced with the reduction in training time, surgical skills need to be increasingly codified so that trainees can reach a high level of proficiency as quickly as possible. This manual ensures that surgeons will be able to access the core information that they need quickly and with ease, and in the process increase their clinical judgement, their experience, and their technical skills.

    Section 1 – Basic Principles,  1 Embryology of the Liver,  Biliary Tract and Pancreas,  Richard Tunstall,  2 Liver Anatomy and Physiology,  Jia Fan and Ashley Dennison,  3 Pancreatic Anatomy and Physiology,  John Isherwood and Giuseppe Garcea,  4 Biliary Anatomy,  Christopher TJ Madden-McKee and Tom Diamond,  5 Assessment of Pancreatic and Liver Function,  Dimitros Karavias and John Primrose,  6 Pre-operative assessment,  Janet W.Y. Li,  Susan L. Orloff and Christopher Connelly,  7 ERAS Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS),  C Christophi,  8 Principles of Laparoscopic Surgery,  Jenifer Barrie,  9 Principles of Robotic Surgery,  Jian Zhou,  10 Energy Devices,  Harsh Kanhere,  11 Training of the HPB surgeon,  Greg Padmore and Elijah Dixon,  Section 2 – Investigation and Diagnosis,  12 Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Imaging,  Louise Lee and Arumugam Rajesh,  13 Tissue and Molecular Diagnosis,  Trisha Kanani and Wen-Ning Cong,  14 History of intraoperative ultrasound during open and laparoscopic liver surgery,  Masatoshi Makuuchi and Yoshihiro Sakamoto,  Section 3 – Preoperative Care,  15 Intraoperative Anaesthesia for Liver and Pancreas Surgery,  Rachel Wong and Dave Patel,  16 Pain Relief,  Pankaj Kundra and Stalin Vinayagam,  17 Day Case Surgery,  Andrew Strickland and Thomas MacCabe,  18 Cirrhosis and Portal Hypertension,  Hossamaldin Nawara,  Xiao-Ping Chen and Zhen Yang,  19 Surgery in the High-Risk Patient,  Andrew Packham and Philippa GraffBaker,  20 Post-Hepatectomy Liver Failure,  John Chen and Savio Barreto,  Section 4 – Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Endoscopy,  21 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy,  Richard Robinson and John McGoran,  22 Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP),  Alexander Ney and Steve Pereira,  23 Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) in pancreatic and biliary diseases,  Laurent Palazzo and Maxime Palazzo,  Section 5 – Hepatobiliary Trauma and Control of Bleeding,  24 Liver Trauma,  Eduard Jonas and Jake Krige,  25 Pancreas Trauma,  Martin D Smith and John WS Devar,  26 Duodenal Trauma,  Leo Lin,  Steven Stain and Ali Salim,  27 Biliary Trauma,  Rahul Deshpande,  Jenifer Barrie,  28 Aneurysms and AV fistulae,  Balaji Mahendran and Colin Wilson,  29 Control of iatrogenic bleeding in Hepatobiliary Surgery (HBS),  Steven Stain,  Mohamed Akoad and Jaekeun Kim,  30 Bleeding following radiological and endoscopic procedures,  Rajesh Panwar and Peush Sahni,  Section 6 – Pancreas,  31 Acute Pancreatitis,  J. de Hondt,  M. F. G. Francken,  C. L. van Veldhuisen,  and Marc G. Besselink,  32 Chronic Pancreatitis,  Ana Sather,  Zachary Bergman,  Greg Beilman,  33 Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma,  Martin Loos and Marcus W Buchler,  34 Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumours,  Claudia E. Mack,  Leonidas Apostolidis,  Thilo Hackert and John Neoptolemos,  35 Unusual Pancreatic Tumours,  Neil BhardwajDeep Malde and Ashley Dennison,  36 Pancreatic Cystic Lesions,  Giampaolo Perri,  Giovanni Marchegiani,  Roberto Salvia and Claudio Bassi,  37 Pancreatic Ductal Stones,  Zaheer Nabi and Nageshwar Reddy,  38 Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasm,  Giuseppe Kito Fusai,  Dimtri Aristotle Raptis and Camila Hidalgo Salinas,  39 Technical aspects of pancreatoduodenectomy,  Keith Roberts,  40 Minimally Invasive Pancreatic Surgery,  Francis P Robertson and Professor Cheng- Hong Peng (mentioned in draft),  41 Management of Surgical Complications Following Pancreatectomy,  Donna Marie L Alvino and Tara S Kent,  Section 7 – Ampulla,  42 Ampullary tumours: Endoscopic treatment,  dysplasia,  benign tumours and submucosal lesions,  Raja R Narayan and Brendan C Visser,  Section 8 - Liver,  43 Resection Principles of Hepatectomy,  Wei-Ren Liu,  Wei-Feng Qu,  Jun Gao,  Xiao-Ling Wu,  Ying-Hong Shi,  44 Hepatic Parenchymal Transection,  Li Lian Kuan and Guy Maddern,  45 Formal Liver Resections,  Derek O'Reilly and Zhai Meng Yao,  46 Segmental Resection,  Daniel Cherqui,  Henri Bismuth,  and Mohammad Ghallab,  47 Local Liver Resection,  Rachel V Guest and Rowan W Parks,  48 Minimally Invasive Liver Surgery,  Lulu Tanno and Rong Liu,  49 Ablation Techniques,  Ali Arshad and Clare Bent,  50 Hepatocellular Cancer,  Yazan S. Khaled,  Ahmad Kotb and Zheng-Gang Ren,  51 Liver Metastases,  Ajith Siriwardena,  52 Benign Liver tumours,  Samrat Ray,  Eyad Issa and Trevor W Reichman,  53 Liver Cysts and Polycystic Liver Disease,  Rohan Kumar and James Shapiro,  54 Synchronous Colorectal and Liver Metastases,  Sanjay Pandanaboyana and Derek M Manas,  55 Abscesses and Parasitic Infections of Liver,  Shams ul Bari,  56 Surgery for Portal Hypertension,  Mohammad Umar Younis,  Monis Jaleel Ahmed and Hemant Jitendra Vadeyar,  Section 9 – Biliary Tract,  57 Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction,  Rajneesh Kumar Singh,  Samir Mohindra,  Radha Krishna Dhiman,  58 Common Bile Duct Stones,  R Dalli and Jo Etienne Abela,  59 Biliary Strictures,  Abhirup Banerjee and Sudeep R Shah,  60 Choledochal cysts,  Prateek Arora,  Shreeyash Modak and G V Rao,  61 Biliary Malignancies,  Emily Britton and Jia-Hong-Dong,  62 Iatrogenic biliary injuries,  Keno Mentor,  Wasfi Alrawashdeh and Steve White,  63Management of Bile Leaks and Fistulae,  Kenneth Lee and Charles M Vollmer,  64 Intraductal Papillary Neoplasm of the Bile Duct and Biliary Cysts,  Noel Cassar,  65 Biliary Parasitic Disease,  Vikram Kate and Raja Kalayarasan,  66 Biliary pseudotumours,  Georgi Atanasov and Markus Trochsler,  Section 10 – Gallbladder,  67 Gallstone Disease,  Helen Pham and Arthur Richardson,  68 Cholecystitis,  Jack Helliwell and Mark Taylor,  69 Gallbladder Cancer,  Kurt Carabott and Hou-Bao-Liu,  70 Mirizzi Syndrome,  Adam Peckham-Cooper and Giles Toogood,  71 Laparoscopic cholecystectomy,  David Brough and Nicholas O'Rourke,  72 Open Cholecystectomy,  Paul M Cromwell and Kevin C Conlon,  Section 11 – Duodenum,  73 Duodenal Tumours,  Brendan P Lovasik and David A Kooby,  Section 12 – Spleen,  74 Splenectomy,  Fiona Hand and Sarah Thomasset,  75 Control of Splenic Bleeding,  Ishtiyaq Bukhari,  Ling Ong and Andy Tsang,  76 Splenic Tumours,  Debanshu Bhaduri,  Section 13 – Transplantation,  77 Liver Transplantation,  Raaj Praseedom,  78 Pancreas Transplant,  Zeeshan Akhtar,  Michael Silva,  and Peter Friend, 

    Biography

    Ashley R. Dennison MBChB MD FRCS, Professor of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery University of Leicester, Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon University of Leicester and Leicester General Hospital University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester, UK

    Guy J. Maddern PhD MS MD FRACS FAHMS FGESA RP, Jepson Professor of Surgery, Discipline Leader – Surgery, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Adelaide, Director of Research, Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, Australia

    Jia Fan PhD, President of Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, Director of Liver Surgery Department, Deputy Director of Organ Transplantation Centre of Fudan University, Deputy Director of Oncology Department of Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University, Deputy Director of Shanghai Hepatic Oncology Clinical Centre Department of Liver Surgery, Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, Xuhui District, Shanghai China, China