Principles of Hepatic Surgery introduces the reader to current trends in Liver surgery knowledge and practice. This reference book covers liver surgery fundamentals as well as cutting-edge progress in this exciting surgical specialty. Contributions have been written by expert hepatic surgeons from major medical centers around the world.
Key features include:
- Information organized into five comprehensive sections: i) Liver Anatomy and Perioperative Care, ii) Approach to Malignant Hepatic Disease, iii) Approach to Benign Hepatic Disease, iv) Technical Aspects of Liver Resections, and v) Liver Transplantation
- Over 350 illustrations
- Truly effective didactic text, with logical, clear explanations, giving readers a pleasant reading experience
- Commentary sections written by experts for specific surgical cases.
Principles of Hepatic Surgery is a valuable reference for both novice hepatologists and practicing liver surgeons.