editore: McGraw-Hill Medical
A step-by-step guide to the diagnosis and management of the endocrine surgery patient A Doody's Core Title for 2011! "This is a needed reference that should be part of any surgical resident's library. 3 Stars."--Doody's Review Service "The authors have clearly succeeded in synthesizing a very practical and reader-friendly manual of 21st-century endocrine surgery. This will be a valuable resource for medical students, surgical residents, fellows, and consulting surgeons alike."--Geoffrey B. Thompson, MD, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic (from the foreword) McGraw-Hill Manual Endocrine Surgery delivers the information you need for the full-range of endocrine surgery, presented in at-a-glance bulleted lists and tables. Concise, well-illustrated chapters provide high-yield summaries of epidemiology, risk factors, genetics, clinical presentation, diagnostic evaluation, management, surveillance and follow-up. You'll also find numerous practical pearls that offer valuable insights from experienced surgeons.
This unique, point-of-care book features: Succinct, yet comprehensive coverage of the diseases and conditions that affect the thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas, and adrenal glands High-yield information on the management of specific endocrine conditions Management algorithms within each chapter to speed the decision-making process A two-color design with tabbed pages to facilitate on-the-spot look-up Content valuable to surgeons, surgical residents, fellows, and faculty