Atlas of Gastrointestinal Surgery: Volume One

Atlas of Gastrointestinal Surgery: Volume One
2nd Ed.
2007 © BC Decker Inc
John L. Cameron MD, FACS; Corinne Sandone MA, CMI
ISBN-10: 1-55009-270-7
ISBN-13: 978-1-55009-270-7
Surgery, Gastroenterology


Dr. Cameron has revisited and updated the classic work on this superb atlas on surgery of the biliary tract, pancreas and liver to include laparoscopic techniques and to demonstrate new procedures and the current status of gastrointestinal surgical procedures. Written for the experienced surgeon, this work is beautifully illustrated with anatomical watercolor paintings by co-author Corinne Sandone that elevate the work to a level not seen in other atlases. Each operative indication and technique is fully illustrated.

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"...I can think of no other atlas that's as well presented and beautifully packaged. For the reader who owns the first edition, the second edition is well worth purchasing as it covers new technology, and the description is more extensive."

-- Timothy Light, MD (University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics) - previous edition


The book is addressed to the young surgical practitioner and senior resident, although it is accessible to the student and resident. Some cases described here are probably performed only at the most sophisticated tertiary referral centers, but it also includes the basic cases such as cholecystectomy. The inclusion of the rare cases adds to the atlas rather than distracting the reader. A colonic interposition for esophageal reconstruction is probably outside the scope of practice for most readers, but there are pearls to learn from reviewing the depiction of the Hopkins way.

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