With an international list of authors, the chapters have been updated and complemented by the high-quality artwork that has established this operative guide as the standard reference for the pediatric surgeon. A new team of editors provides authoritative coverage of both laparoscopic and other surgical approaches to every area of pediatric surgery. Prev. ed.: 2013.
The eighth edition of the acclaimed text Operative Pediatric Surgery continues to provide a unique level of comprehensive detail on the full range of surgically treatable conditions presented in neonate and childhood as well as in utero. Written by expert international authors, all chapters cover both minimal access and open surgery, with operative techniques illustrated by both high-quality colour line artwork, operative photographs, and a library of video clips. Encompassing the full range of pediatric surgery operations that both trainee and experienced pediatric surgeons require, this established operative guide is the standard reference for the pediatric surgeon and will ensure that they can access the most up to date and authoritative information to benefit their clinical practice. * ensures authoritative coverage of all aspects of pediatric surgery *includes the latest operative techniques *reviews alternative surgical approaches *aids visualisation by the inclusion of over 1000 illustrations *establishes total confidence
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Videos Preface List of abbreviations used Acknowledgments Contributors 1. Vascular access Marcus D. Jarboe and Ronald B. Hirschl I: HEAD AND NECK 2. Head and neck surgery Jeffrey W. Gander 3. Tracheostomy Kate Stephenson and Michelle Wyatt II: ENDOSCOPY 4. Bronchoscopy Marcus D. Jarboe and James D. Geiger 5. Esophageal dilatation Jennifer Billington and Niyi Ade-Ajayi 6. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography Colin G. DeLong, Afif N. Kulaylat, Eric M. Pauli, and Robert E. Cilley 7. Colonoscopy Ian D. Sugarman and Jonathan R. Sutcliffe III: THORACIC 8. Principles of thoracic surgery Shaun M. Kunisaki and James D. Geiger 9. Esophageal atresia: Open and thoracoscopic approaches Shaun M. Kunisaki and Steven S. Rothenberg 10. Esophageal replacement with colon Naziha Khen-Dunlop, Carmen Capito, Christophe Chardot, and Yann Revillon 11. Esophageal replacement with transposition of the stomach Paolo De Coppi 12. Esophageal replacement with jejunal interposition David C. van der Zee 13. Congenital diaphragmatic hernia Erin E. Perrone and George B. Mychaliska 14. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation Thomas Pranikoff and Ronald B. Hirschl 15. Eventration of the diaphragm Colin G. DeLong, Afif N. Kulaylat, and Robert E. Cilley 16. Principles of lung surgery Saleem Islam, James D. Geiger, Steven S. Rothenberg, and Shaun M. Kunisaki 17. Empyema Joseph Sujka and Shawn D. St Peter 18. Chylothorax Shaun M. Kunisaki 19. Mediastinal masses Brent R. Weil and Robert C. Shamberger 20. Chest wall deformities Robert E. Kelly Jr, Marcelo Martinez-Ferro, and Horacio Abramson 21. Patent ductus arteriosus Aaron R. Jensen and James E. Stein 22. Thoracoscopic sympathectomy Asher Pressman 23. Thymectomy Steven S. Rothenberg IV: ABDOMINAL 24. Inguinal hernia, hydrocele, and other hernias of the abdominal wall Sophia Abdulhai and Todd A. Ponsky 25. Exomphalos/omphalocele Mark Davenport and Anna-May Long 26. Gastroschisis Marshall Z. Schwartz and Shaheen J. Timmapuri 27. Abdominal surgery: General principles of access Nigel J. Hall and Katherine A. Barsness 28. Fundoplication Douglas C. Barnhart and Robert A. Cina 29. Total esophagogastric dissociation Riccardo Coletta and Antonino Morabito 30. Achalasia Timothy D. Kane and Benno Ure 31. Gastrostomy Alejandra M. Casar Berazaluce, Aaron P. Garrison, and Todd A. Ponsky 32. Pyloromyotomy Nigel J. Hall 33. Bariatric surgery Lindel C.K. Dewberry and Thomas H. Inge 34. Duodenal atresia and stenosis Afif N. Kulaylat, Colin G. Delong, Simon Clarke, and Robert E. Cilley 35. Malrotation Simon Blackburn, Joseph I. Curry, and Bhanumathi Lakshminarayanan 36. Congenital atresia and stenosis of the intestine Sharon G. Cox, Alastair J.W. Millar, and Alp Numanoglu 37. Meconium ileus Robert J. Vandewalle and Frederick J. Rescorla 38. Vitellointestinal (omphalomesenteric) duct anomalies Spencer W. Beasley 39. Duplications of the alimentary tract Stig Somme and Jacob C. Langer 40. Intussusception Melanie Hiorns and Joseph I. Curry 41. Appendectomy Mikko P. Pakarinen 42. Necrotizing enterocolitis Nigel J. Hall 43. Anorectal malformation Marc A. Levitt and Richard J. Wood 44. Cloaca Andrea Bischoff and Alberto Pena 45. Laparoscopic surgery and imaging-directed surgery for anorectal malformation Matthew W. Ralls and Marcus D. Jarboe 46. The Malone antegrade continence enema Henrik Steinbrecher 47. Hirschsprung disease Matthew W. Ralls and Arnold G. Coran 48. Inflammatory bowel disease Aimee G. Kim, Samir K. Gadepalli, and James D. Geiger 49. Rectal polyps Joseph L. Lelli Jr 50. Acquired anorectal disorders: Prolapse, fistula, and hemorrhoids Michael Stanton 51. Colostomy formation and closure Yew-Wei Tan and Joseph I. Curry 52. Surgery of short bowel syndrome: Longitudinal intestinal lengthening and tailoring and serial transverse enteroplasty Riccardo Coletta, Sam M. Han, Charles R. Hong, Antonino Morabito, and Tom Jaksic 53. Surgery of portal hypertension Caroline Lemoine and Riccardo A. Superina 54. Cholecystectomy Mark Davenport 55. Surgery for biliary atresia: Open and laparoscopic Mark Davenport and Atsuyuki Yamataka 56. Choledochal malformation Mark Davenport and Nguyen Thanh Liem 57. Splenectomy Marcus D. Jarboe and Steven W. Bruch V: TUMORS 58. Liver resection Rebecka L. Meyers, Zachary J. Kastenberg, and Max R. Langham 59. Wilms' tumor Kevin Cao, Denis A. Cozzi, and Peter M. Cuckow 60. Neuroblastoma Andrew M. Davidoff 61. Rhabdomyosarcoma Gideon Sandler and Andrea Hayes-Jordan 62. Sacrococcygeal teratoma Agostino Pierro, Miguel Guelfland, and Annika Mutanen VI: ENDOCRINE 63. Thyroidectomy Steven W. Bruch 64. Pancreatectomy for hyperinsulinism N. Scott Adzick and Pablo Laje 65. Adrenalectomy Mikael Petrosyan and Timothy D. Kane VII: UROLOGY AND GYNECOLOGY 66. Cystourethroscopy John M. Park 67. Ureteropelvic junction obstruction Lauren E. Corona and Kate H. Kraft 68. Nephrectomy and partial nephrectomy Imran Mushtaq, Alberto Mantovani, and Judy Hung Wing Suet 69. Vesicoureteric reflux: Open and minimally invasive treatment Aurelien Scalabre, Delphine Demede, and Pierre Mouriquand 70. Ureteric duplication Sarah L. Hecht and Duncan T. Wilcox 71. Urinary diversion Prasad Godbole 72. Renal calculi Eleni Papageorgiou and Naima Smeulders 73. Posterior urethral valves Fardod O'Kelly and Martin A. Koyle 74. Hypospadias Bryan S. Sack and John M. Park 75. Orchidopexy John M. Hutson 76. Testicular torsion Feilim L. Murphy 77. Circumcision, meatotomy, meatoplasty, and preputioplasty Rachel Harwood and Simon E. Kenny 78. Varicocele Charlotte V. Melling, David J.B. Keene, and Raimondo M. Cervellione 79. Bladder exstrophy and epispadias Peter M. Cuckow and Kevin Cao 80. Surgical treatment of disorders of sexual development Rafael V. Pieretti and Patricia K. Donahoe 81. Ovarian cyst and tumors Bryan J. Dicken and Deborah F. Billmire VIII: TRAUMA 82. Burns and burn surgery Heinz Rode and Roux Martinez 83. Thoracic trauma Jerome Loveland and Nirav Patel 84. Abdominal trauma Steven Stylianos and Mark V. Mazziotti IX: SPECIAL SECTION 85. Vascular anomalies Eileen M. Duggan and Steven J. Fishman 86. Fetal surgery Emily A. Partridge and Alan W. Flake 87. Kidney transplantation John Magee 88. Liver transplantation Caroline Lemoine and Riccardo A. Superina 89. Intestinal transplantation Jang Moon and Kishore Iyer 90. Interventional radiology Derek J. Roebuck 91. Exposure for spinal surgery Steven W. Bruch 92. Surgery of conjoined twins Lewis Spitz, Edward M. Kiely, and Agostino Pierro Index