Gastrointestinal Surgery Series: Colorectal Surgery
This book is a concise guide to colorectal surgery for general surgeons, gastroenterologists and trainees.
Beginning with a description of the surgical anatomy and embryology of the rectum, the following chapters discuss different surgical techniques for the treatment of rectal cancer, including transanal endoscopic microsurgery, neoadjuvant treatment and laparoscopic surgery.
Newer and more aggressive approaches to the management of peritoneal carcinomatosis and rectal prolapse are also covered.
Content is enhanced by clinical, pathological and genetic data, as well as images and illustrations.
- Concise guide to colorectal surgery for general surgeons, gastroenterologists and trainees
- Covers different surgical techniques for treatment of rectal cancer
- Includes newer and aggressive approaches to management of peritoneal carcinomatosis
- Content enhanced by clinical, pathological and genetic data