Reoperative Pediatric Surgery by Steven TeichReoperative Pediatric Surgery by Steven Teich

Reoperative Pediatric Surgery

bySteven Teich

Paperback | November 5, 2010

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Reoperative surgery is a prevailing challenge faced by pediatric surgeons. Reoperative Pediatric Surgery constitutes in one volume the most up to date information and techniques for critical cases in all of the pediatric surgical specialties including oncology, gastroenterology, gynecology, urology, radiology, and cardiology. Recognized experts impart their knowledge of indications for reoperative surgeries, radiologic evaluation, surgical procedures which may require seldom used and extremely complex techniques, and the risks and outcomes of these specialized approaches. These practicing surgeons provide insight into intricate corrective procedures involving the placement of grafts, stents, and supports with necessary forecasting for complications arising from anatomic growth and disease recurrence.

This comprehensive book is an indispensable resource covering the full spectrum of pediatric reoperation addressing the complications of common pediatric surgeries including congenital defect repair, chest wall repair, orchiopexy, hernia repair, fundoplication, and placement of vertriculoperitoneal shunts as well as unique cases of tumor excision and reoperative oncology. With its detailed masterful approach and full color photographs, Reoperative Pediatric Surgery is the gold-standard for this multi-faceted discipline.

Title:Reoperative Pediatric SurgeryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:554 pages, 25.4 × 17.8 × 0.01 inPublished:November 5, 2010Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617377627

ISBN - 13:9781617377624

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Table of Contents

SECTION I: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS Radiology of the Postoperative Patient - William Shiels, II, DO, D. Gregory Bates, MD & Mark J. Hogan, MD Diagnostic Aids for Reoperation Interventional Alternatives to Avoid Reoperation Techniques for Difficult Venous and Arterial Access - Jaimie Nathan, MD, John Racadio, MD & Brad W Warner, MD SECTION II: HEAD AND NECK a. Recurrent Cysts - Bradley M. Rodgers, MD b. Atypical Mycobacterial Lymphadenitis - Bradley M. Rodgers, MD c. Tracheal Problems - Bradley M. Rodgers, MD d. Chronic Drooling - Bradley M. Rodgers, MD Reoperative Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery - Elisabeth Tracy, MD & Michael Skinner, MD SECTION III: CHEST Complications of Pectus Excavatum and Carinatum Repair - Robert E. Kelly, Jr., MD Complications of CDH Repair and Recurrent CDH - Melissa Hayward, MD, Dario O. Fauza, MD, & Jay M. Wilson, MD Reoperation for Jeune's Syndrome - J. Terrance Davis, MD, Alistair B.M. Phillips, MD, Frederick Long, MD & Robert G. Castile, MD Reoperation for Benign Breast Disorders- Denise B. Klinkner, MD & Marjorie J. Arca, MD SECTION IV: ABDOMINAL WALL Steven Teich, MD & Donna A. Caniano, MD a. Abdominal Wall Dehiscence b. Hernias c. Abdominal Compartment Syndrome d. Techniques to Aid Reoperation in the Complex Abdomen e. Management of Difficult Wounds SECTION V: GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT Reoperation after Esophageal Atresia Repair and Other Esophageal Conditions - Brian Kenney, MD Reoperation after Failed Fundoplication and Other Gastric Surgeries - Mary Brindle,MD & Jacob C. Langer, MD Reoperation after Duodenal Atresia Repair and Management of Duodenal Fistulas - Jonathan I. Groner, MD Reoperation after Surgery of the Small Bowel - Moritz M. Ziegler, MD & John Petty, MD Interventions for Appendiceal Complications - Renata Fabia, MD & Steven Teich, MD Reoperation for Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Christopher R. Moir, MD Reoperation for Stoma Complications - Benedict Nwomeh, MD Reoperative Surgery for Hirschsprung's Disease - Mohamed El-sawaf, MD, Arnold Coran, MD, & Daniel H. Teitelbaum, MD Reoperative Surgery for Anorectal Malformations - Marc Levitt, MD & Alberto Pena, MD Reoperation for Recurrent Anal and Perianal Conditions - Shahab Abdessalam, MD & Donna A. Caniano, MD SECTION VI: SOLID ORGANS Reoperation of the Liver and Biliary System - Jaimie Nathan, MD & Frederick C. Ryckman, MD Reoperation of the Pancreas - Eunice Y. Huang, MD, Max R. Langham, Jr., MD & Timothy C. Fabian, MD SECTION VII: REOPERATIVE ONCOLOGY Rhabdomyosarcoma - David Rodeberg, MD & Eugene Wiener, MD Neuroblastoma - John Hamner, MD, Andrew Davidoff, MD & Stephen Shochat, MD Wilm's Tumor - Sanjeev A. Vasudevan, MD & Jed G. Nuchtern, MD Peripheral Neuroectodermal Tumors - Michael LaQuaglia, MD Osteosarcoma Metastases - Matthew Harting, MD, Richard Andrassy, MD & Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MD Neurofibromatosis - Ravi Radhakrishnan, MD & Richard Andrassy, MD Tumors of the Liver - Rebecka L. Meyers, MD Sacrococcygeal Teratoma - Antoine

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews:"This book . represents recurrent, difficult work that would be undertaken in almost all cases by senior pediatric surgeons. There will be some interest on the part of trainees. . This is an interesting compilation of strategies and techniques to solve long-term problems in children who have undergone early surgery, mostly for congenital anomalies. Experienced pediatric surgeons will find this valuable in confirming many of their thoughts and procedures for achieving the same purpose . ." (Robert M Arensman, Doody's Review Service, June, 2008)"One of the problems in the pediatric surgical literature is the lack of abundant contemporary information. Reoperative Pediatric Surgery by Drs. Steven Teich and Donna Caniano addresses this issue. . The sections are well organized and the chapters are supported by intraoperative photographs, radiographs, and illustrations. This textbook is intended as a concise reference on reoperative surgery for the pediatric surgeon. For the adult urologist who performs pediatric inguinal surgery and circumcisions, the . chapters that are dedicated to pediatric urology may be helpful." (Jeffrey S. Palmer, Urology, July, 2010)