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Medicine - Surgery | Management of Abdominal Hernias (Reviews)

Management of Abdominal Hernias

Kingsnorth, Andrew, LeBlanc, Karl A. (Eds.)

4th ed. 2013, XII, 414 p. 490 illus., 250 illus. in color.

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From the reviews of the fourth edition:

“This updated edition discusses at length all aspects involved in the care and management of patients with an abdominal hernia. … The intended audience includes general and specialist surgeons, as well as trainees seeking a comprehensive resource that incorporates all aspects of the management of a patient with an abdominal hernia. … This is an area in surgery that has changed significantly in the last few years and demands continuous updates, which this new edition accomplishes.” (Carlos A. Pelaez, Doody’s Book Reviews, May, 2013)



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