The New Aird's Companion in Surgical Studies, 3rd Edition
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First published in 1949 by renowned surgeon Ian Aird, this classic resource has become one of the leading British core textbooks of surgery. Encompassing all aspects of contemporary practice, the new 3rd Edition has been completely reorganized and updated to meet the clinical reference and certification preparation needs of today's surgeons. 85% of the chapters are either totally new or have been significantly revised to reflect the latest advances and techniques in every surgical specialty. What's more, a new two-color format and many new full-color illustrations make reference easier than ever before.Table of Contents
- 85% of the chapters are either entirely new or have been substantially revised to incorporate the latest techniques.
- Three new editors and many new contributors ensure well-rounded, state-of-the-art coverage throughout.
- Over 1,100 photographs and illustrations help readers visualize key concepts and procedures. Many of the clinical photographs now appear in full color.
- A new two-color format with many bulleted lists and tables makes information easy to access.
Provides a comprehensive grounding for all surgical trainees and thoroughly covers all aspects of MRCS surgical training, it remains a must have for all those training for surgical careers. It also serves as an excellent reference for the established general surgeon wishing to keep abreast of modern surgical practice. This is ideal for the busy trainee surgeon studying for the MRCS examinations there is a clear and direct writing style throughout, supported by excellent illustrative and written content...
This book successfully achieves the objective of offering a single comprehensive surgical text for trainees. The new edition is hard bound and offers one of the most exciting revisions of a surgical textbook in years. It will be a valuable aid for all basic and higher surgical trainees as well as an excellent one-stop information source for established surgeons.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
By Kevin G. Burnand, MS, FRCS, Professor and Chairman of Surgery, Guy's, King's, St. Thomas' Medical School of King's College, London, UK; Anthony E. Young, MA, MChir, FRCS, Consultant Surgeon, Surgical Directorate, St. Thomas's Hospital, London, UK; Jonathan D. Lucas, FRCS (Orth), Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Orthopaedic Department, Guy's Hospital, London, UK; Brian Rowlands, MD, FRCS, FACS, Professor of Surgery, Division of Gastrointestinal Surgery, University of Nottingham, Queen's Medical Center, Nottingham, UK; and John Scholefield, MBChB, ChM, FRCS, Professor of Surgery, University Hospital, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK