Principles and Practice of Surgery

Principles and Practice of Surgery

Edited by O. James Garden , Edited by Andrew W. Bradbury , Edited by John L. R. Forsythe , Edited by Rowan W. Parks

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"Principles and Practice of Surgery" is the surgical companion textbook to the international medical bestseller "Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine". It is a comprehensive textbook for both the surgical student and trainee, guiding the reader through key core surgical topics which are encountered throughout an integrated medical curriculum as well as in subsequent clinical practice. Although sharing the same format and style as "Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine", this text is complete in itself, thus enabling the student to appreciate both the medical and surgical implications of diseases encountered in surgical wards.

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  • Mixed media product | 520 pages
  • 195.58 x 264.16 x 22.86mm | 1,260.98g
  • 31 May 2012
  • Elsevier Health Sciences
  • CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
  • London
  • English
  • Revised
  • 6th Revised edition
  • Approx. 590 illustrations (402 in full color)
  • 0702043168
  • 9780702043161
  • 106,022

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"Principles and Practice of Surgery (6th edition) is a concise yet comprehensive source of general surgery aimed at the medical student who is seeking more than just the "generic knowledge" required as well as the junior surgical trainee who wants to consolidate their knowledge base. The sound and up-to-date structure of this edition, with each chapter written by an expert in the field, offers a nicely readable, beautifully illustrated reference. What is particularly appealing are the EBM (Evidence Base Medicine) boxes, which provide the reader with the much needed information in a bullet point format to compliment the text. This feature does not interfere with its readability; an almost unavoidable inconvenience that exists in medical literature." British Journal of Surgery, October 2012

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