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|Title:||Operative Thoracic Surgery|
|Series/Report no.:||Rob & Smith's operative surgery (5th ed.) ; v. 7.|
|Larry R. Kaiser and Glyn G. Jamieson|
|Abstract:||Previous editions of Operative Thoracic Surgery have established it as the pre-eminent guide in the field. A comprehensive reference, the book provides step-by-step operative instructions in a visual form. The fifth edition has been entirely updated and revised by two well-respected surgeons and includes a host of prestigious international contributors. Each operative procedure is illustrated through a series of high-quality, full-color line illustrations, with detailed notes on operative technique. Additional text describes the principles and justification of choosing each procedure, pre-operative assessment and preparation, and post-operative care and outcomes. Designed for surgeons in training and in practice, Operative Thoracic Surgery provides detailed coverage that meets the needs of surgeons preparing for the U.S. Surgical Boards. Over the last thirty years, thoracic and cardiothoracic surgeons have also relied on this book to revise an unfamiliar or uncommon operation or to hone nuances of technique. The gold standard teaching aid on operative thoracic surgery, Operative Thoraic Surgery, Fifth Edition is also an invaluable reference for experienced thoracic and cardiothoracic surgeons approaching unfamiliar or uncommon procedures.|
|Appears in Collections:||Surgery publications|
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