Shackelford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract - 2 Volume Set, Expert Consult - Online and Print, 7th Edition

Shackelford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract - 2 Volume Set

7th Edition Expert Consult - Online and Print

By Charles J. Yeo, MD, The Samuel D. Gross Professor and Chairman, Department of Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA; Jeffrey B. Matthews, MD, Dallas B Phemister Professor and Chairman, Department of Surgery, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois ; David W McFadden, MD, Stanley S. Fieber Professor and Chair, University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, Vermont ; John H. Pemberton, MD, Professor Surgery, Division of Gastroenterologic and General Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, New York and Jeffrey H. Peters, MD, Seymour I Schwartz Professor and Chairman, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York


VOLUME 1

SECTION I

Esophagus and Hernia

PART ONE

The Normal Esophagus

1 Perspectives on Esophageal Surgery

2 Human Foregut Anatomy, Adjacent Structures,

and Their Relation to Surgical

Approaches

3 Clinically Related Prenatal Foregut

Development and Abnormalities in the

Human

4 Physiology of the Esophagus and Its

Sphincters

PART TWO

Evaluation of Esophageal Pathology

and Ambulatory Diagnostics

5 Assessment of Symptoms and Approach to

the Patient With Esophageal Disease

6 Imaging in Esophageal Disease

7 Endoscopic Evaluation of the Esophagus

8 Endoscopic Esophageal Ultrasonography

9 Techniques of High-Resolution Esophageal

Manometry, Classification and Treatment of

Spastic Esophageal Motility Disorders

10 Esophageal pH monitoring

11 Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance

12 Tests of Gastric Function and Their Use in the

Evaluation of Esophageal Disease

PART THREE

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

13 Epidemiology and Natural History of

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

14 The Pathology of Gastroesophageal Reflux

Disease

15 The Gastroesophageal Barrier

16 Reflux Strictures and Short Esophagus

17 Medical Therapy for Gastroesophageal Reflux

Disease

18 Laparoscopic and Open Nissen

Fundoplication

19 Partial Fundoplications

20 Esophageal Replacement for End-Stage

Benign Esophageal Disease

21 Endoscopic Antireflux Repairs

PART FOUR

Barrett Esophagus

22 History and Definition of Barrett

Esophagus

23 Pathophysiology of the Columnar-Lined

Esophagus

24 Treatment of Barrett Esophagus

25 Clinical Features and Endoscopic Therapy for

Dysplastic Barrett Esophagus

PART FIVE

Esophageal Motility Disorders and

Diverticula of the Esophagus

26 Disorders of the Pharyngoesophageal

Junction

27 Pathophysiology and Treatment of Zenker

Diverticulum

28 Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, and Clinical

Features of Achalasia

29 Laparoscopic Esophageal Myotomy:

Techniques and Results

30 Surgical Management of Esophageal

Diverticula

PART SIX

Neoplasms of the Esophagus

31 Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Clinical

Manifestations of Esophageal

Carcinoma

32 Genetics of Esophageal Cancer

33 Esophageal Cancer: Current Staging

Classifications and Techniques

34 Endoscopic Management of Early Esophageal

Cancer

35 Surgical Treatment of Carcinoma of the

Esophagus and Esophagogastric

Junction

36 Palliative Treatment of Carcinoma of the

Esophagus

37 Multimodality Treatment for Potentially

Resectable Esophageal Cancer

38 Benign Tumors and Cysts of the Esophagus

PART SEVEN

Miscellaneous Esophageal Conditions

39 Perforation of the Esophagus

40 Esophageal Caustic Injury

41 Paraesophageal and Other Complex

Diaphragmatic Hernias

42 Congenital Disorders of the Esophagus

43 Techniques of Esophageal

Reconstruction

44 Complications of Esophagectomy

PART EIGHT

Hernia

45 Femoral Hernia

46 Basic Features of Groin Hernia and Its

Repair

47 Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair

48 Ventral Herniation in Adults

49 Lumbar and Pelvic Hernias

50 Hernias and Congenital Groin Problems

in Infants and Children

SECTION II

Stomach and Small

Intestine

51 Anatomy and Physiology of the Stomach

52 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy of the

Stomach and Small Bowel

53 Intubation of the Stomach and Small

Intestine

54 Injuries to the Stomach, Duodenum,

and Small Bowel

55 Small Bowel Diverticula

56 Operations for Peptic Ulcer

57 Vagotomy and Drainage

58 Gastric Resection and Reconstruction

59 Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome

60 Postgastrectomy Syndromes

61 Miscellaneous Benign Lesions and Conditions

of the Stomach, Duodenum, and Small

Intestine

62 Adenocarcinoma of the Stomach, Duodenum,

and Small Intestine

63 Motility Disorders of the Stomach and Small

Intestine

64 Operations for Morbid Obesity

65 Foreign Bodies and Bezoars of the Stomach

and Small Intestine

66 Surgical Diseases of the Stomach and

Duodenum in Infants and Children

67 Anatomy and Physiology of the

Duodenum

68 Small Intestine

69 Small Bowel Obstruction

70 Volvulus of the Stomach and Small

Bowel

71 Crohn Disease: General Considerations,

Medical Management, and Surgical Treatment

of Small Intestinal Disease

72 Ileostomy

73 Suturing, Stapling, and Tissue

Adhesives

74 Gastric, Duodenal, and Small Intestinal

Fistulas

75 Internal Hernias: Congenital and

Acquired

76 Mesenteric Arterial Trauma

77 Reoperative Surgery of the Stomach and

Duodenum

78 Radiation Enteritis

79 Short Bowel Syndrome

80 Gastrointestinal Carcinoid Tumors

81 Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors

82 Gastrointestinal Lymphomas

83 Surgical Conditions of the Small Intestine in

Infants and Children

84 Anatomy and Physiology of the Mesenteric

Circulation

85 Mesenteric Ischemia

86 Aortoenteric Fistula and Visceral Artery

Aneurysms

VOLUME 2

SECTION III

Pancrease, Biliary Tract,

Liver, and Spleen

PART ONE

Pancreas

87 Anatomy, Physiology, and Embryology

of the Pancreas

88 Acute Pancreatitis

89 Chronic Pancreatitis

90 Pseudocysts and Other Complications

of Pancreatitis

91 Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Therapy

for Complications of Acute and Chronic

Pancreatitis

92 Imaging and Radiologic Intervention

in the Pancreas

93 Pancreatic and Periampullary Cancer

94 Neuroendocrine Tumors of the

Pancreas

95 Primary Pancreatic Cystic Neoplasms

96 Pancreatic Trauma

97 Pancreatic Problems in Infants and

Children

98 Pancreas and Islet Allotransplantation

99 Autologous Islet Cell Transplantation

100 Unusual Pancreatic Tumors

101 Prevention and Management of Complications

of Pancreatic Surgery

PART TWO

Biliary Tract

102 Anatomy, Embryology, Anomalies,

and Physiology

103 Imaging and Intervention in the Biliary

System

104 Operative Management of Cholecystitis and

Cholelithiasis

105 Management of Common Bile Duct

Stones

106 Biliary Dyskinesia and Sphincter of Oddi

Dysfunction

107 Endoscopic Retrograde

Cholangiopancreatography in the Evaluation

and Management of Hepatobiliary and

Pancreatic Disease

108 Biliary Tract Tumors

109 Prevention and Management of Iatrogenic Bile

Duct Injury

110 Biliary Atresia, Biliary Hypoplasia, and

Choledochal Cyst

111 Cystic Disorders of the Bile Ducts

112 Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

113 Operative Management of Bile Duct

Strictures

PART THREE

Liver

114 Anatomy and Physiology of the Liver

115 Approach to the Patient With Abnormal

Hepatic Laboratory Tests

116 Perioperative Management and Nutrition in

Patients With Liver and Biliary Tract

Disease

117 Hepatic Cyst Disease

118 Liver Abscess

119 Management of Hepatobiliary Trauma

120 Diagnostic Operations of the Liver and

Techniques of Hepatic Resection

121 Minimally Invasive Techniques of Hepatic

Resection

122 Ablative Therapies for Hepatic

Neoplasms

123 Hepatic Transplantation

124 Fulminant Hepatic Failure and Liver Support

Systems

125 Vascular Diseases of the Liver

126 Drug-Induced Liver Disease

127 Benign Hepatic Neoplasms

128 Hepatocellular Carcinoma

129 Management of Primary Malignant Hepatic

Neoplasms Other Than Hepatocellular

Carcinoma

130 Management of Secondary Hepatic

Neoplasms

131 Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management

of Portal Hypertension

PART FOUR

Spleen

132 Anatomy and Physiology of the Spleen

133 Minimally Invasive Surgical and Image-Guided

Interventional Approaches to the Spleen

134 Management of Splenic Trauma in

Adults

135 Management of Splenic Trauma in

Children

136 Cysts and Tumors of the Spleen

137 Management of Splenic Abscess

138 Splenectomy for Conditions Other Than Trauma

SECTION IV

Colon, Rectum, and Anus

PART ONE

Anatomy, Physiology, and Diagnosis of

Colorectal and Anal Disease

139 Anatomy and Embryology of the Colon

140 Anatomy and Physiology of the Rectum and

Anus Including Applied Anatomy

141 Physiology of the Colon and Its

Measurement

142 Diagnosis of Colon, Rectal, and Anal

Disease

143 Ultrasonographic Diagnosis of Anorectal

Disease

PART TWO

Benign Colon, Rectal, and

Anal Conditions

144 Diagnosis and Management of Fecal

Incontinence

145 Surgical Treatment of Constipation

146 Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

147 Rectovaginal and Rectourethral Fistulas

148 Complete Rectal Prolapse

149 Pilonidal Disease

150 Traumatic Colorectal Injuries, Foreign Bodies,

and Anal Wounds

151 Colonic Intussusception and Volvulus

152 Colonic Bleeding and Ischemia

153 Diverticular Disease

154 Hemorrhoids

155 Fissure-in-Ano

156 Anal Sepsis and Fistula

157 Miscellaneous Disorders of the Rectum

and Anus

158 Colonoscopy

 

 

PART THREE

Inflammatory Diseases

159 Inflammatory Bowel Disease

160 Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease:

Chronic Ulcerative Colitis

161 Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease:

Crohn Disease

162 Appendix

PART FOUR

Neoplastic Disease

163 Colorectal Polyps and Polyposis

Syndromes

164 Adenocarcinoma of the Colon and

Rectum

165 Local Excision of Rectal Cancer

166 Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery

167 Operations for Colorectal Cancer:

Low Anterior Resection

168 Abdominoperineal Resection of the Rectum

for Cancer

169 Coloanal Anastomosis and Intersphincteric

Resection

170 Recurrent and Metatstatic Colorectal

Cancer

171 Resection and Ablation of Metastatic

Colorectal Cancer to the Liver

172 Neoplasms of the Anus

173 Retrorectal Tumors

174 Rare Colorectal Malignancies

175 Adjuvant and Neoadjuvant Therapy for Colon

and Rectal Cancer

176 Radiation Injuries of the Rectum

PART FIVE

Techniques and Pearls

177 Antibiotics, Approaches, Strategy,

and Anastomoses

178 Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery

179 Ostomy Management

180 Surgery in the Immunocompromised

Patient

181 Anorectal Anomalies

182 Reoperative Pelvic Surgery

183 Evidence-Based Decision Making in Colon and

Rectal Surgery