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Postgraduate Vascular Surgery
The Candidate's Guide to the FRCS

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Jonathan Smout, Asif Mahmood, Alasdair Wilson, Julie Brittenden, Arun Prakash Balakrishnan, David Lambert, Christopher Davies, Clifford Shearman, Colin Nice, Vish Bhattacharya, Rob Williams, Jennifer M. J. Richards, Roderick Chalmers, Robert Davies, Rajiv Vohra, A. Ross Naylor, Hassan Badri, Mohamed Abdelhamid, Gerard Stansby, Paul Blair, Robbie George, Mark D. Kay, Colette Marshall, Tim Lees, Marcus Cleanthis, Dharmendra Garg, Mike Clarke, George Hamilton, Andrew Platts, M. A. Sharif, Ian Nesbitt, David M. Cressey, David C. Mitchell, William D. Neary, Mathew Jacob, Jeremy French, Derek Manas
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  • Date Published: March 2011
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521133524

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  • Postgraduate Vascular Surgery is your concise pocket guide to the FRCS and MRCS exams. Covering the full range of surgical interventions, including diagnosis, management, clinical investigation and treatment, all chapters have been written by specialists in their field. The chapters are structured with key bullet points for easy reference, as well as tables, figures and charts to aid understanding. Relevant references are included for further exploration of a particular topic. Tips and tricks on passing the exam are included. This book is aimed at candidates for the FRCS and intercollegiate MRCS exams, surgical trainees and those following a sub-speciality of vascular surgery.

    • Tables, charts and photographs in each chapter cover conditions and causes for easier understanding
    • Bullet points and key boxes at the end of chapters to aid quick revision
    • All important topics covered concisely for quick pocket reference
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    • Date Published: March 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521133524
    • length: 338 pages
    • dimensions: 233 x 155 x 15 mm
    • weight: 0.57kg
    • contains: 57 b/w illus. 38 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Final FRCS Vascular Clinicals: Introduction to the exam and clinical cases Jonathan Smout and Asif Mahmood
    Part II. Final FRCS Vascular Topics:
    1. Vascular risk factors and their management Alasdair Wilson and Julie Brittenden
    2. Management of acute limb ischaemia Arun Prakash Balakrishnan and David Lambert
    3. Chronic lower limb ischaemia, critical ischaemia and the diabetic foot Christopher Davies and Clifford Shearman
    4. Endovascular and surgical options for peripheral revascularization Colin Nice
    5. Abdominal aortic aneurysms Vish Bhattacharya and Rob Williams
    6. Thoracic, thoracoabdominal and suprarenal aortic aneurysms Jennifer M. J. Richards and Roderick Chalmers
    7. Aortic dissection Jennifer M. J. Richards and Roderick Chalmers
    8. Popliteal artery aneurysms Robert Davies, Asif Mahmood and Rajiv Vohra
    9. Femoral artery aneurysms Robert Davies, Asif Mahmood and Rajiv Vohra
    10. Carotid, vertebral and subclavian disease A. Ross Naylor
    11. Diagnosis and management of thoracic outlet syndrome Hassan Badri and Vish Bhattacharya
    12. Diagnosis and management of hyperhidrosis Hassan Badri and Vish Bhattacharya
    13. Chronic mesenteric ischaemia Mohamed Abdelhamid, Robert Davies and Rajiv Vohra
    14. Acute ischaemic colitis Vish Bhattacharya and Gerard Stansby
    15. Vascular trauma Paul Blair and Robbie George
    16. Amputation and rehabilitation Mark D. Kay and Colette Marshall
    17. Lymphoedema/leg swelling Arun Prakash Balakrishnan and Tim Lees
    18. Varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency Marcus Cleanthis and Tim Lees
    19. Investigation and management of deep vein thrombosis Dharmendra Garg and Vish Bhattacharya
    20. Infection in vascular surgery Mike Clarke
    21. Vascular malformations George Hamilton and Andrew Platts
    22. Vasospastic tissue disorders and vasculitis M. A. Sharif, Jonathan Smout and Gerard Stansby
    23. Critical care considerations and preoperative assessment for general and vascular surgery Ian Nesbitt and David M. Cressey
    24. Access surgery David C. Mitchell and William D. Neary
    25. Basic outline of solid organ transplantation Mathew Jacob, Jeremy French and Derek Manas
    Index.

  • Editors

    Vish Bhattacharya, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
    Vish Bhattacharya is Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead, UK.

    Gerard Stansby, Freeman Hospital
    Gerard Stansby is Professor of Vascular Surgery, Freeman Hospital, High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

    Contributors

    Jonathan Smout, Asif Mahmood, Alasdair Wilson, Julie Brittenden, Arun Prakash Balakrishnan, David Lambert, Christopher Davies, Clifford Shearman, Colin Nice, Vish Bhattacharya, Rob Williams, Jennifer M. J. Richards, Roderick Chalmers, Robert Davies, Rajiv Vohra, A. Ross Naylor, Hassan Badri, Mohamed Abdelhamid, Gerard Stansby, Paul Blair, Robbie George, Mark D. Kay, Colette Marshall, Tim Lees, Marcus Cleanthis, Dharmendra Garg, Mike Clarke, George Hamilton, Andrew Platts, M. A. Sharif, Ian Nesbitt, David M. Cressey, David C. Mitchell, William D. Neary, Mathew Jacob, Jeremy French, Derek Manas

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