By Norman S Williams, Christopher J.K. Bulstrode, P Ronan O'Connell
Bailey & Love's brief perform of Surgery is still one of many world's pre-eminent scientific textbooks, cherished through generations of surgeons, with lifetime revenues in way over a million copies. Now in its twenty fifth version, the content material has been completely revised and up to date whereas holding its conventional strengths. lower than the stewardship of the eminent editorial crew, comprising editors with adventure won over prior versions and a 3rd editor new to this version, and according to reader suggestions, the content material has been sub-divided into elements to make sure a logical series and grouping of similar chapters all through whereas the textual content gains enthusiastically acquired within the final variation were retained. the recent version opens with sections dedicated to the underlying rules of surgical perform, research and prognosis, and pre-operative care. those are via chapters masking all points of surgical trauma. the rest of the publication considers all the surgical specialties in flip, from optionally available orthopaedics via pores and skin, head and neck, breast and endocrine, cardiothoracic and vascular, to stomach and genitourinary.
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