Colorectal Surgery: Clinical Care And Management.pdf
Using a case-based approach, Colorectal Surgery: Clinical Care and Management provides practical, clinical and expert guidance to illustrate the best care and clinical management of patients requiring colorectal surgery for colorectal disease. Real-life cases illustrate the entire syllabus of GI/colorectal surgery, being specially selected to highlight topical or controversial aspects of colorectal care. Cases have a consistent approach throughout and as well as outlining the actual management of each individual case, also offer an honest appraisal of the chosen management route, its successes and areas that could have been managed differently. Pedagogic features such as learning and decision points boxes aid rapid understanding/learning, enabling the reader to improve their patient management. In full colour and containing over 100 outstanding clinical photos and slides to support the cases, each section also covers recent developments/ landmark papers/ scoring systems and a thorough discussion of clinical management based on the major society guidelines from NICE, ASCRS and ECCO. Reliable, well-written and perfect for consultation in the clinical setting, Colorectal Surgery: Modern Clinical Care and Management is the perfect tool for all members of the multi-disciplinary team managing patients suffering from colorectal disease, specifically GI surgeons, gastroenterologists, oncologists and general surgeons.
List of Contributors Section A Colorectal Cancer Bruce George 1 A screen detected colonic conundrum A Mishra 2 Serrated pathways Sujata Biswas, Lai Mun Wang, Simon Leedham 3 Large tubulovillous adenoma of the rectum treated by TEM Richard Tilson, Shazad Ashraf, Chris Cunningham 4 To stent or not to stent Jonathan Randall 5 Advanced rectal cancer. Brazil or Japan? Oliver Jones 6 Marginal decisions Oliver Jones 7 Locally advanced rectal cancer invading prostate Richard Guy, Roel Hompes and Rebecca Kraus 8 Low rectal cancer and synchronous polyps Richard Guy 9 Liver or rectum first? Nicolas C. Buchs, Frederic Ris, Christian Toso 10 Beware bad livers! Kate Williamson 11 Anastomotic recurrence? Bruce George 12 Challenging warts Emma Bracey and Bruce George 13 An unusual right iliac fossa mass Bruce George Section B Inflammatory Bowel Disease Bruce George 14 A problem teenager Astor Rodrigues 15 Recurrent Crohn s disease with intra-abdominal abscess: when to operate? Bruce George and Mohamed Abdelrahman 16 Very extensive small bowel structuring disease Myles Fleming and Neil Mortensen 17 Longstanding Crohn s colitis and entero-cutaneous fistula Richard Lovegrove 18 Crohn s Colitis Bruce George and Marc Marti-Gallostra 19 Fistulating Anal Crohn s disease: conservative management Silvia Silvans and Bruce George 20 Tail end carnage Bruce George 21 Acute severe colitis Bruce George 22 Snare or pouch? The problem of dysplasia in Ulcerative Colitis Gareth Horgan and James East 23 Anal Fistula and in Ulcerative Colitis. Richard Guy 24 Poor pouch function Bruce George 24 Low rectal cancer in a patient with ulcerative colitis. Late reconstruction with continent Kockileostomy Par Myrelid and Richard Lovegrove Section C Pelvic floor Oliver Jones 26 Constrictions of prolapse surgery Richard Guy 27 Elderly prolapse dilemma Koen van Dongen 28 Chasing incontinence Oliver Jones 29 Sphincter disruption Kim Gorissen 30 Stimulating complications Kim Gorissen and Ian Lindsey 31 Crohn s evacuation trouble Heman Joshi 32 Disabling anal pain Martijn Gosselink and Ian Lindsey Section D Proctology Richard Guy 33 Haemorrhoids and HIV Richard Guy 34 Refractory fissure Richard Guy 35 Hirschprung s fistula. Richard Guy 36 Complex fistula in a young female Martyn Gosselink and Richard Guy 37 Recurrent rectovaginal fistula Bruce George 38 Adolescent cleft trouble Richard Guy 39 Extreme itch Luana Franceschilli Section E Emergency Colorectal Surgery Richard Guy 40 Occupational blast disaster Richard Guy 41 Wash and go? Bruce George 42 Absolute constipation Richard Guy 43 Multiply ischaemic parts Richard Guy 44 Seriously obscure bleeding Alistair Myers 45 Complicated twist Richard Guy 46 Obscure post-operative obstruction Richard Guy 47 Gynaecological disaster Richard Guy 48 Pelvic leak and salvage Richard Guy Section F Surprises 49 Radiology 0 Pathology 1 Sara Warraich, Marcus Chow and Oliver Jones 50 An appendix mass? Richard Guy 51 A worrying-looking rectal ulcer Charles Evans 52 Think the unthinkable Bruce George Section G New technologies Oliver Jones Letters from America Jon Vogel and Massarat Zutshi Index