Handbook of Benign Proctological Disorders 1st/2017
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The Handbook of Benign Proctological Disorders, part of the Oxford Clinical Practice Series, is a multidisciplinary, handy, clinical reference for medical practitioners, family doctors, paediatricians, general surgeons, gynaecologists, urologists, internists, etc. who are usually the first point of consultation for common proctological disorders like haemorrhoids, anal fissure, anal abscess, fistula, pruritus ani, constipation, and anal complaints of the children, adults, elderly, and those in ante- or post-partum periods. It is unique as it is based on the hands-on experience and literature available on almost all the known proctological pathologies and their clinical management and there is no other handbook available in the market in this format. It is indeed a comprehensive guide to anorectal surgery as it concisely covers the anatomy and physiology, followed by sections discussing the evaluation and clinical examination of patients using various latest tools and techniques. Each chapter describes the clinical manifestations, diagnosis and treatment of anorectal pathologies, which allows effective management of both common and less common conditions and their complications. The book also includes a section on quack practice, a topic that is very relevant, especially for developing countries where its awareness is of prime concern. The book is highly illustrated and also captures the key highlights at the end of each chapter as Clinical Pearls.
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