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8th Edition

Operative Pediatric Surgery

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ISBN 9780815370000
December 31, 2020 Forthcoming by CRC Press
1115 Pages

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Book Description

The eighth edition of the acclaimed text Operative Pediatric Surgery continues to provide a unique level of comprehensive detail on the full range of surgically treatable conditions presented in neonate and childhood as well as in utero. With an international list of authors, the chapters have been updated and complemented by the high-quality artwork that has established this operative guide as the standard reference for the pediatric surgeon. A new team of editors provides authoritative coverage of both laparoscopic and other surgical approaches to every area of pediatric surgery. An e-version with video clips further enhances this definitive resource.

• ensures authoritative coverage of all aspects of pediatric surgery

•includes the latest operative techniques

•reviews alternative surgical approaches

•aids visualisation by the inclusion of over 1000 illustrations

•establishes total confidence

Table of Contents

Introduction. Vascular access. Head & Neck Lesions. Tracheostomy. Bronchoscopy. Esophageal Dilatation. Gastro-duodenoscopy. Colonoscopy. Thoracic surgery – principles of access. Esophageal atresia. Aortopexy. Esophageal replacement with colon. Gastric replacement with esophagus. Jejunal interposition. Foker Technique. Diaphragmatic Hernia. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Eventration of diaphragm. Lung Surgery. Empyema. Chylothorax. Mediastinal masses. Chest Wall deformities. Patent ductus arteriosus. Thoracoscopic sympathectomy. Thymectomy. Hernias. Omphalocele. Gastroschisis. Abdominal surgery – principles of access. Nissen fundoplication. Achalasia. Gastrostomy. Pyloromyotomy. Bariatric surgery. Duodenoduodenostomy. Malrotation. Atresia and stenosis of the intestine. Meconium ileus. Vitellointestinal (omphalomesenteric) duct anomalies. Duplications of the alimentary tract. Intussusception. Appendectomy. Necrotizing enterocolitis. Anorectal malformations. Cloaca. Laparoscopic pull-through of anorectal anomalies. Intraoperative visualisation for TA pullthrough. Malone procedure (antegrade continence enemas/ACE) - open and laparoscopic. Hirschsprung’s disease. Inflammatory bowel disease. Rectal polyps. Anal fissure and fistula, rectal prolapse. Colostomy - formation and closure. Bowel lengthening procedures. Portal hypertension. Cholecystectomy. Biliary atresia. Choledochal cyst. Splenectomy. Liver Resection. Wilms’ Tumor. Neuroblastoma. Rhabdomyosarcoma. Sacrococcygeal teratoma. Thyroidectomy. Pancreatic resection. Adrenalectomy. Cystourethroscopy. Pelviureteric junction obstruction. Nephrectomy. Vesicoureteric reflux. Ureteric duplication. Urinary diversion. Renal calculi. Posterior urethral valve. Vascular access dialysis. Hypospadias. Orchidopexy. Testicular torsion. Circumcision, meatotomy and meatomplasty. Varicocele. Bladder exstrophy and epispadias. Surgical treatment of disorders of sexual development. Ovarian cyst and tumors. Thermal injuries. Thoracic injuries. Abdominal trauma. Vascular anomalies. Fetal surgery. Kidney Transplantation. Liver Transplantation. Small bowel Transplantation. Interventional radiology. Conjoined twins.

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Mark Davenport, ChM FRCS (Paeds) FRCS (Eng), Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London.

James D. Geiger, MD, Daniel H. Teitelbaum Professor of Surgery, University of Michigan, CS Mott Children's Hospital, Michigan