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Atlas Of Minimally Invasive Surgical Operations

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  • Authors: John Hunter , Donn Spight , By (author) Corinne Sandone , Jennifer Fairman
  • ISBN: 9780071449052
  • Publisher: McGraw Hill Education
  • Edition: 1st
  • Publication Date: July 18, 2018
  • Format: Hardback – 496 pages
  • Language: English


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A Doody’s Core Title for 2021! 

If you are a laparoscopic surgeon who strives to be at the vanguard of clinical practice, your atlas has arrived. Overflowing with nearly 1,000 beautifully rendered, medically accurate illustrations, The Atlas of Minimally Invasive Surgical Operations is the definitive laparoscopic surgery procedural primer and visual roadmap.

This indispensable, one-stop resource delivers easy-to-follow procedural guidance that builds on the vital work of laparoscopic surgery pioneers at OHSU and other leading academic centers in the United States who have adapted common open operations to an MIS environment. Accompanying this skill-sharpening content are detailed illustrations that take you through each step to consider while performing current minimally invasive techniques.

The Atlas of Minimally Invasive Surgical Operations begins with a review of general surgical considerations and principles of access, while subsequent sections survey the full scope of surgical interventions. Mirroring the latest clinical perspectives, research, and technologies that drive procedure evolution, this is the one atlas that should be part of your surgical librar.

Key Features
  • Nearly 1,000 state-of-the-art illustrations―all created by esteemed professors of medical illustration at Johns  Hopkins  University―are designed to help surgeons visualize the procedure as they step to the operating table
  • Comprehensive coverage encompassing 62 must-know procedures, each of which is fully explained with high- yield text and accompanying illustrations
  • Consistent format includes Indications, Preoperative Preparation, Anesthesia, Position, Incision and Exposure,  Closure, and Postoperative Care
  • Section on minimally invasive pediatric surgery examines the latest procedural approaches to this critical surgical  area
Table of Contents
  1. 2. General principles
    1. Access
    2. Direct puncture
    3. Hasson technique
    4. Hand assisted
    5. thoracoscopy (VATS)
    6. Principles of trocar placement
  2. 3. Operations on the esophagus
    1. Minimally invasive cricopharyngotomy for Zenker’s diverticulum
    2. Thoracoscopic Diverticulectomy
    3. with myotomy
    4. Laparoscopic Fundoplication
    5. Nissen fundoplication
    6. Nissen Rossetti
    7. Toupet fundoplication
    8. Dor fundoplication
    9. Laparoscopic repair of paraesophageal hernia
    10. With mesh reinforcement of the hiatus
    11. Collis gastroplasty for short esophagus
    12. Thoracoscopic
    13. Laparoscopic
    14. Laparoscopic Heller myotomy
    15. With diverticulectomy
    16. With Dor fundoplication
    17. With Toupet fundoplication
    18. Laparoscopic esophagectomy
    19. Transhiatal
    20. Thoracoscopic
    21. Inversion
  3. 4. Operations on the stomach
    1. Bariatric procedures
    2. Gastric bypass
    3. with antecolic RY
    4. with retrocolic RY
    5. with long limb RY
    6. Gastric banding
    7. pars flacida approach
    8. Duodenal switch with lateral gastrectomy
    9. Vertical Banded gastroplasty
    10. Antrectomy
    11. With B1
    12. With B2
    13. Subtotal gastrectomy
    14. Pyloroplasty
    15. Pyloromyotomy
    16. Gastrojejunostomy
    17. Highly selective vagotomy
    18. Wedge resection of ulcers of leiomyomas
    19. Intragastric surgery
    20. For GI stromal tumors
    21. For pancreatic psedocysts
  4. 5. Operations on the duodenum and small bowel
    1. Enterolysis for SBO
    2. Laparoscopic assisted SB resection
    3. Laparoscopic assisted stricturoplasty
  5. 6. Laparoscopic appendectomy
    1. Access
    2. Traditional
    3. Variations
    4. With endoloop
    5. With stapler
    6. Retrograde
    7. Methods of retrieval
  6. 7. Laparoscopic Colorectal surgery
    1. Right colectomy
    2. Sigmoid colectomy
    3. Total abdominal colectomy
    4. Totally laparoscopic
    5. Hand assisted
    6. With Ileoanal pouch anastomosis
    7. Diverting colostomy
    8. Colostomy takedown
    9. Abdominal perineal resection
    10. Trans anal endoscopic microsurgery
  7. 8. Laparoscopic biliary surgery
    1. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
    2. with cholangiography
    3. with ultrasonography
    4. Laparoscopic common bile duct exploration
    5. Transcystic cholangioscopy
    6. Transcystic fluoroscopy
    7. Via choledochotomy
  8. 9. Laparoscopic Liver surgery
    1. Drainage of hepatic cysts
    2. Non anatomic liver resections
  9. 10. Laparoscopic pancreatic surgery
    1. Distal pancreatectomy
    2. With splenectomy
    3. Without splenectomy
    4. Ennucleation of Islet cell tumor
    5. Pancreatic necrosectomy
  10. 11. Laparoscopic splenectomy
    1. Lesser curvature approach
    2. Lateral approach
  11. 12. Laparoscopic adrenalectomy
    1. Left adrenalectomy
    2. Right adrenalectomy
  12. 13. Laparoscopic nephrectomy
    1. Donor nephrectomy
    2. Laparoscopic nephrectomy for cancer
  13. 14. Laparoscopic lymphadenectomy
  14. 15. Thoracoscopic surgery of the chest wall
    1. Pluerectomy and pluerodesis
    2. Sympathectomy
  15. 16. Thoracoscopic Lung Surgery (VATS)
    1. Wedge resection
    2. Lobectomy
  16. 17. Upper GI endoscopy
    1. Diagnostic
    2. With PEG
    3. For treatment of esophageal varicies
Author Biography

John G. Hunter, MD
Professor and Chairman
Department of Surgery
Oregon Health and Science University
Portland, Oregon

Corinne Sandone
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

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