The Embryologic And Anatomic Basis Of Modern Surgery
de Roger Stuart Foster, Gene L. Colborn, Lee John Skandalakis, Thomas A Weidman, Panajiotis N. Skandalakis e John E. Skandalakis
What do all surgeons want? Fewer anatomical complications in the operating room! This new 2-volume reference, edited by John E. Skandalakis, will help surgeons, residents and students to achieve just that. The result of his 50 years of experience ' in both teaching surgical anatomy and in practicing surgery ' it provides an overall understanding of the body's processes through a greater awareness of embryology and anatomy. Table of Contents Volume 1. Neck. Breast. Thoracic Wall And Pleurae. Mediastinum. Larynx. Respiratory System. Pericardium, Heart, Great Vessels In The Thorax. Diaphragm. Abdominal Wall And Hernias. Peritoneum, Omenta, And Internal Hernias. Retroperitoneum. Great Vessels In The Abdomen. Lymphatic System. Pharynx. Esophagus. Volume 2. Stomach. Small Intestine. Appendix. Large Intestine. Anorectum. Liver. Extrahepatic Biliary Tract And Gallbladder. Pancreas. Spleen. Kidneys, Ureters. Urinary Bladder. Male Genital System. Female Genital System. Adrenal Glands. Pelvis And Perineum. Index.