Gi Surgery Annual: Volume 22 by T.k. ChattopadhyayGi Surgery Annual: Volume 22 by T.k. Chattopadhyay

Gi Surgery Annual: Volume 22

byT.k. ChattopadhyayEditorPeush Sahni, Sujoy Pal

Hardcover | March 29, 2017

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The twenty-second volume of GI Surgery Annual covers a gamut of topics from oesophageal adenocarcinoma, to motility disorders of the colon and rectum, mesenteric tumours as well as the contemporary technique of ALPPS, acute portal vein thrombosis and small for size syndrome in live donor liver transplant.

The chapter on advances in gastrointestinal surgery as every year reviews the important new information in the field in an easy to understand manner.


Peush Sahni Professor and HeadDepartment of GI Surgery and Liver TransplantationAll India Institute of Medical SciencesAnsari NagarNew Delhi 110029  Sujoy Pal Additional ProfessorDepartment of GI Surgery and Liver TransplantationAll India Institute of Medical SciencesAnsari NagarNew Delhi 110029
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Title:Gi Surgery Annual: Volume 22Format:HardcoverDimensions:237 pagesPublished:March 29, 2017Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9811020094

ISBN - 13:9789811020094

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Table of Contents

Recent advances in oesophageal adenocarcinoma.- Motility disorders of the colon and rectum.- Screening and prevention of extra colonic cancer in hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer.- Complications of intestinal stomas and their management.- Mesenteric tumours.- Current concepts in bariatric surgery.- Acute portal vein thrombosis: Aetiopathogenesis, diagnosis and
management.- Associated liver partition with portal vein ligation for staged hepatectomy.- Issues in management of small for size syndrome in live donor liver
transplantation.- Advances in gastrointestinal surgery