Shackelford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, E-Book, 8th Edition

By Charles J. Yeo, MD, FACS
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For more than 60 years, Shackelford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract has served as the cornerstone reference in this fast-moving field. With comprehensive coverage of all aspects of GI surgery, the 8th Edition, by Drs. Charles J. Yeo, Steven R. DeMeester, David W. McFadden, Jeffrey B. Matthews, and James W. Fleshman, offers lavishly illustrated, authoritative guidance on endoscopic, robotic, and minimally invasive procedures, as well as current medical therapies. Each section is edited by a premier authority in GI surgery; chapters reflect key topics and are written by a "who's who" of international experts in the field. It's your one-stop resource for proven, systematic approaches to all relevant adult and pediatric GI disorders and operations

ISBN 9780323531771
Product Format Ebook
Publication Date 2017
Author Information By Charles J. Yeo, MD, FACS, Samuel D. Gross Professor and Chairman, Department of Surgery, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson Universityy, Philadelphia, PA
Table of Content

Yeo: Shackelford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, 8e


SECTION I: Esophagus and Hernia

PART ONE: Anatomy and Physiology of the Esophagus

1. The esophageal sphincters in health and disease

2. The esophageal body in health and disease

3. The esophageal mucosa in health and disease

4. Relevant anatomic relations of the esophagus

PART TWO: Diagnostic Evaluation of the Esophagus

5. Esophageal symptoms and selection of diagnostic tests

6. Radiology of the esophagus: Barium, CT scan, PET scan, MRI

7. Upper endoscopy and endoscopic ultrasound

8. High-resolution esophageal motility

9. pH and impedance evaluation of the esophagus

10. Novel diagnostic technologies: Mucosal impedance, Optical coherence tomography, endomicroscopy

PART THREE: Esophageal motility disorders and diverticula

11. Cricopharyngeal dysfunction and Zenker's diverticulum

12. Traction and epiphrenic diverticula

13. Epidemiology, diagnosis and medical management of achalasia

14. Endoscopic and surgical therapies for achalasia

PART FOUR: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

15. Definition and scope of the problem in the United States of America and worldwide

16. Etiology and natural history of GERD and predictors of progressive disease

17. Respiratory complications of GERD

18. Acid-suppression therapy for GERD and the therapeutic gap

19. Fundoplication for GERD

20. LINX for GERD

21. Endoscopic and novel GERD therapies

22. Options to address delayed gastric emptying in GERD

23. Management of scleroderma, failed fundoplications and end-stage GERD

24. Esophageal complications of bariatric procedures

PART FIVE: Paraesophageal hernia

25. Etiology, presentation and indications for repair

26. Laparoscopic PEH repair: technique, outcomes and management of complications

27. Open PEH repair: when and which approach?

28. Diaphragm relaxing incisions for the difficult hiatus

29. Collis gastroplasty for the short esophagus

30. Mesh at the hiatus

PART SIX: Barrett's esophagus

31. Controversies in the definition of Barrett's esophagus

32. Epidemiology of Barrett's and risk factors for progression

33. Medical and surgical therapy for GERD and Barrett's esophagus

34. Ablation for patients with Barrett's or dysplasia

PART SEVEN: Esophageal cancer

35. Epidemiology, risk factors and clinical manifestations of esophageal cancer

36. Staging esophageal cancer

37. Endoscopic management of superficial esophageal cancer

38. Neoadjuvant and definitive therapy for esophageal cancer

39. Surgical approaches to remove the esophagus

39A. Surgical approaches to remove the esophagus: Open

39B. Surgical approaches to remove the esophagus: Minimally invasive

39C. Surgical approaches to remove the esophagus: Vagal-sparing

39D. Surgical approaches to remove the esophagus: Robotic

40. Extent of lymphadenectomy for esophageal cancer

41. Options for esophageal replacement

42. Palliative therapy for esophageal cancer

43. Anastomotic complications after esophagectomy: frequency, prevention and management

PART EIGHT: Miscellaneous esophageal conditions

44. Infectious and inflammatory esophageal conditions

45. Esophageal duplication cysts

46. Smooth muscle tumors in the esophagus and GEJ

47. Caustic esophageal injury

48. Etiology and surgical management of esophageal perforation

49. Endoscopic management of leaks, strictures and perforations


50. Basic repair concepts and factors associated with recurrence

51. Congenital diaphragmatic hernias

52. Ventral hernia and abdominal release procedures

53. Inguinal Hernia Repair

53A: Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair

53B: Open inguinal hernia repair

54. Lumbar, pelvic and uncommon hernias

55. Mesh for hernia repair

SECTION II: Stomach and Small Intestine

56. Anatomy and Physiology of the Stomach

57. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy of the Stomach and Small Bowel

58. Access and Intubation of the Stomach & Small Intestine

59. Surgery for Peptic Ulcer Disease

60. Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome

61. Gastric Adenocarcinoma

62. Post Gastrectomy Syndromes

63. Operations for Morbid Obesity

64. Foreign Bodies and Bezoars of the Stomach and Small Intestine

65. Motility Disorders of the Stomach and Small Intestine

66. Miscellaneous Benign Lesions and Conditions of the Stomach, Duodenum, and Small Intestine

67. Surgical Diseases of the Stomach and Duodenum in Infants and Children

68. Anatomy and Physiology of the Duodenum


70. Reoperations on the stomach and duodenum

71. Anatomy and Physiology of the Small Intestine

72. Small Bowel Obstructions

73. Volvulus of the Stomach and Small Bowel

74. Internal Hernias: Congenital and Acquired

75. Crohn Disease and its Surgical Management

76. Gastric, Duodenal, and Small Intestinal Fistulas

77. Small Bowel Diverticula

78. Radiation Enteritis

79. Short Bowel Syndrome

80. Gastrointestinal Carcinoid Tumors

81. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors

82. Gastrointestinal Lymphomas

83. Surgical Conditions of the Small Intestine in Infants and Children

84. Ileostomy

85. Suturing, Stapling, and Tissue Adhesives

86. Anatomy and Physiology of the Mesenteric Circulation

87. Mesenteric Ischemia

88. Aortoenteric Fistula and Visceral Artery Aneurysms

89. Mesenteric Arterial Trauma


SECTION III. Pancreas, Biliary Tract, Liver, and Spleen

PART ONE: Pancreas

90. Anatomy, Physiology, and Embryology of the Pancreas

91. Acute Pancreatitis

92. Chronic Pancreatitis

93. Pseudocysts and Other Complications of Pancreatitis

94. Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Therapy for Complications of Pancreatitis

95. Imaging and Radiological Intervention in the Pancreas

96. Pancreatic and Periampullary Cancer

97. Neuroendocrine Tumors of the Pancreas

98. Primary Pancreatic Cystic Neoplasms

99. Unusual Pancreatic Tumors

100. Techniques of Pancreatic Resection for Cancer

101. Minimally Invasive Pancreatic Surgery

102. Pancreatic Trauma

103. Pancreatic Problems in Infants and Children

104. Pancreas and Islet Allotransplantation

105. Prevention and Management of Complications of Pancreatic Surgery

PART TWO: Biliary Tract

106. Anatomy, Physiology,and Embryology of the Biliary Tract

107. Imaging and Radiological Intervention in the Biliary Tract

108. Operative Management of Cholecystitis and Cholelithiasis

109. Management of Common Bile Duct Stones

110. Biliary Dyskinesia and Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction

111. Endoscopic Evaluation and Management of Pancreaticobiliary Disease

112. Biliary Tract Tumors

113. Prevention and Management of Bile Duct Injury

114. Operative Management of Bile Duct Strictures

115. Biliary Atresia and Hypoplasia

116. Cystic Disorders of the Bile Ducts

117. Surgical Treatment of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis


118. Anatomy and Physiology of the Liver

119. Laboratory Measurement of Hepatic Function

120. Perioperative Management and Nutritional Support in Hepatobiliary Disease

121. Hepatic Cysts

122. Liver Abscess

123. Management of Hepatobiliary Trauma

124. Technique of Hepatic Resection

125. Minimally Invasive Techniques of Hepatic Resection

126. Ablative Therapies for Hepatic Neoplasms

127. Hepatic Transplantation

128. Acute Liver Failure And Bioartificial Liver Support

129. Vascular Diseases of the Liver

130. Drug-Induced Liver Disease

131. Benign Hepatic Neoplasms

132. Hepatocellular Carcinoma

133. Management of Primary Malignant Hepatic Neoplasms other than Hepatocellular Cancer

134. Management of Secondary Hepatic Neoplasms

135. Management of Portal Hypertension


136. Splenic Anatomy and Physiology

137. Technique of Splenectomy

138. Minimally Invasive and Radiological Interventional Approaches to the Spleen

139. Splenic Trauma in Adults

140. Splenic Trauma in Children

141. Splenectomy for Conditions other than Trauma

142. Splenic Cysts, Tumors, and Abscess

SECTION IV: Colon, Rectum, and Anus

PART ONE: Anatomy, Physiology, and Diagnosis of Colorectal and Anal Disease

143. Operative Anatomy of the Colon, Rectum and Anus

144. Physiology of the Colon, Rectum and Anus and its Measurement

145. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Colonoscopy

146. MRI Staging of Rectal Cancer

147. Ultrasonographic Diagnosis of Anorectal Disease

PART TWO: Benign Colon, Rectal, and Anal Conditions

148. Diagnosis and Management of Fecal Incontinence

149. Surgical Treatment of Dysmotility Disorders of the Colon

150. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

151. Rectovaginal and Rectourethral Fistulas

152. Current Approaches to Complete Rectal Prolapse and Internal Intussusception


153. Pilonidal Disease and Perianal Hidradenitis

154. Emergent Care of the victim of Colorectal Trauma

155. Colonic Intussusception and Volvulus

156. Vascular Disease of the Colon and Rectum

157. Diverticular Disease Management

158. Hemorrhoids and Rectoceles

159. Fissure in Ano: Current Therapy

160. Treatment of Anal Fistula

PART THREE: Inflammatory Diseases

161. Concepts in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Management

162. Operative Therapy for Ulcerative Colitis: A Minimally Invasive Approach

163. Surgery for Crohn's Disease: Personalizing the Operation

164. Appendix

PART FOUR: Neoplastic Disease

165. Inherited Colorectal Cancer and the Genetics of Colorectal Cancer

166. Basic Principles of the Operative Treatment of Colorectal Cancer

167. Transanal Approaches to Early Rectal Cancer

167A. Transanal Approaches to Early Rectal Cancer: TAMIS

167B. Transanal Approaches to Early Rectal Cancer: TEM and TAE

168. Operations for Rectal Cancer: Low Anterior Resection-Open, Lap or Robotic, TATME, Coloanal Anastomosis

169. Abdominoperineal Resection of the Rectum for Cancer: Tumor Specific Approaches

170. Minimally Invasive Approaches to Colon Cancer

171. Recurrent and Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

172. Resection and Ablation of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer to the Liver

173. Neoplasms of the Anus: HSIL and Cancer

174. Retrorectal Tumors

175. Rare Colorectal Malignancies

176. Adjuvant and Neoadjuvant Therapy for Colorectal Cancer: Molecular Based Therapy

PART FIVE: Techniques and Pearls

177. Prevention, Diagnosis and Management of Anastomotic Leak

178. Ostomy Construction and Management: Personalizing the Stoma for the Patient

179. Reducing the Risk of Infection in the Elective and Emergent Colectomy Patient

180. Reoperative Pelvic Surgery

181. Evidence-Based Decision Making in Colon and Rectal Surgery

Publication Date 18-12-2017
Pages 2576
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