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Fundamentals of Pediatric Surgery is based on a simple but important philosophy: provide a practical and up-to-date resource for the practicing surgeon detailing the specific needs and special considerations surrounding the surgical care of children. In addition to serving as a useful reference for pediatric surgeons and general surgeons in clinical practice, each chapter is designed for use by general surgical residents rotating in pediatric surgery and chief residents who have decided to obtain further specialized training in a Pediatric Surgery fellowship program. The chapters, written by renowned experts, are concise and easy to read, filled with detailed and relevant information that can help physicians care for the patients being seen in clinic or consultation settings. CONTENTS Perioperative Care • Critical Care • Trauma • Head and Neck • Esophagus • Thorax and Mediastinum • Stomach and Small Intestine • Colon, Rectum, and Anus • Abdominal Wall, Peritoneum, and Diaphragm • Liver, Biliary Tree, Pancreas, and Spleen • Genitourinary • Surgical Oncology • Skin and Soft Tissues • Transplantation • Fetal surgery • Conjoined Twins
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