Surgery

Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery 27th Edition PDF Download

Table of Content

Below is the detailed table of contents offered in the Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery 27th Edition PDF:

  • PART ONE: Principles
  • PART TWO: Investigation and Diagnosis
  • PART THREE: Perioperative care
  • PART FOUR: Trauma
  • PART FIVE: Elective Orthopaedics
  • PART SIX: Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue
  • PART SEVEN: Head and Neck
  • PART EIGHT: Breast and Endocrine
  • PART NINE: Cardiothoracic
  • PART TEN: Vascular
  • PART ELEVEN: Abdominal
  • PART TWELVE: Genitourinary
  • PART THIRTEEN: Transplantation

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MCQs and EMQs in Surgery: A Bailey & Love Revision Guide 2nd Edition PDF Free Download

Table of Contents

The table of contents presented in the MCQs and EMQs in Surgery 2nd Edition PDF is very much similar to the Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery 26th Edition, as seen below:

  • PART ONE: Principles
  • PART TWO: Investigation and Diagnosis
  • PART THREE: Perioperative care
  • PART FOUR: Trauma
  • PART FIVE: Elective Orthopaedics
  • PART SIX: Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue
  • PART SEVEN: Head and Neck
  • PART EIGHT: Breast and Endocrine
  • PART NINE: Cardiothoracic
  • PART TEN: Vascular
  • PART ELEVEN: Abdominal
  • PART TWELVE: Genitourinary
  • PART THIRTEEN: Transplantation

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Surgical Recall PDF 7th Edition FREE Download

Table of Contents

Below is the complete table of content presented in Surgical Recall PDF:

SECTION #1. Overview and background surgical information

SECTION #2. General Surgery

SECTION #3. Subspecialty Surgery

SECTION #4. Power Reviews and Micro Vignettes

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Farquharson’s Textbook of Operative General Surgery 10th edition PDF Download

Table of Contents

Knots to robots
Chapter 2 Surgery of the skin and subcutaneous tissue
Chapter 3 Surgery of the breast and axilla

Chapter 4 Surgery of muscles tendons ligaments and nerves
Chapter 5 Surgery of bone and amputations
Chapter 6 Surgery of vascular access and trauma
Chapter 7 Operative management of vascular disease
Chapter 8 Cardiothoracic surgery for the general surgeon
Chapter 9 Neurosurgery for the general surgeon
Chapter 10 Surgery of the neck
Chapter 11 Surgery of the face and jaws
Chapter 12 Special considerations in abdominal and gastrointestinal surgery
Chapter 13 Surgical access to the abdomen and surgery of the abdominal wall
Chapter 14 General techniques in abdominal and gastrointestinal surgery
Chapter 15 Emergency abdominal surgery
Chapter 16 Surgery of intraabdominal malignancy

Chapter 17 Classic operations on the upper gastrointestinal tract
Chapter 18 Operative management of upper gastrointestinal disease
Chapter 19 Gallbladder and biliary surgery
Chapter 20 Surgery of the pancreas spleen and adrenal glands
Chapter 21 Surgery of the liver
Chapter 22 Classic operations on the small and large bowel
Chapter 23 Operative management of small and large bowel disease
Chapter 24 Surgery of the anus and perineum
Chapter 25 Surgery of the groin and external genitalia
Chapter 26 Urological surgery for the general surgeon
Chapter 27 Gynaecology and obstetrics for the general surgeon
Appendix I Preoperative preparation
Appendix II Intraoperative care
Appendix III Postoperative care

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Hamilton Bailey’s Demonstrations of Physical Signs in Clinical Surgery 19th Edition PDF Download

Table of Content.

The following content will be Covered in Hamilton Bailey’s Demonstrations of Physical Signs in Clinical Surgery 19 Edition PDF.

Section One – Principles.

  • History taking and general examination.
  • Distinctive clinical syndromes.
  • Lumps, ulcers, sinuses and fistulae.
  • Inflammation and infection (possibly including tropical).
  • HIV & AIDS.

Section Two – Trauma and (elective) orthopaedics.

  • Management of the multiply injured patient.
  • Bones and fractures.
  • Joints and muscles.
  • Peripheral nerve injuries.
  • The spine.
  • The shoulder joint and pectoral girdle.
  • The arm.
  • The hand.
  • The pelvis, hip joint and thigh.
  • The knee joint.
  • The leg and ankle joint.
  • The foot.

Section Three – Skin.

  • The skin.

Section Four – Head and Neck.

  • The head.
  • The face and jaws.
  • The ear.
  • The orbit.
  • The mouth.
  • Nose and throat.
  • Salivary glands.
  • The neck.

Section Five – Breast and Endocrine.

  • The thyroid and parathyroid.
  • Breast and axilla.

Section Six – Cardiothoracic.

  • The thorax.
  • Evaluation of the cardiac surgical patient.

Section Seven – Vascular.

  • Arterial disease.
  • Venous and lymphatic disease.

Section Eight – Abdominal.

  • The abdominal wall, umbilicus and the groin.
  • Abdominal hernias.
  • Non-acute abdominal conditions.
  • The acute abdomen.
  • Anorectal examination.
  • The alimentary tract and abdomen in children.

Section Nine – Genitourinary.

  • The genitourinary system and genitalia.

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