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The fourth edition of this essential textbook continues to meet the needs of all those learning the principles of surgical examination. Together. Written for medical students and junior doctors, the fifth edition of this essential textbook has been fully revised and updated, including additional illustrations and. Browse S Introduction To The Symptoms And Signs Of Surgical Disease, 4th Edition Topics B. Collectionopensource. LanguageEnglish.

The first part is further divided into two sections with basic principles in general surgery and specialist surgical principles. The second part is dedicated to topics in oral surgery. It provides current information, is simple to read, and is reasonably well illustrated. It is refreshing to read sections on the principles of general surgery, written mainly by general surgeons, and oral surgery condensed into a book consisting of only pages. The general surgery section covers a range of topics including wound healing, fluid balance, cross-infection, sepsis, fractures, anaesthesia and sedation. The chapters are well laid out and consist of several relevant main headings, which have been further subdivided into smaller but very informative subheadings relevant to the topic being discussed. This section provides the reader with a general understanding of the basic principles of surgery. The chapters on specialist surgical principles cover a wide range of topics including facial fractures, orthognathic, salivary, cleft lip and palate, TMJ surgery, and orofacial malignancy. The chapters on plastic, ENT and neurosurgery are very useful. The size of the chapters mean that the topics are not covered comprehensively; however, the core information required at undergraduate and early postgraduate levels are provided.

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Written for medical students and junior doctors, the fifth edition of this essential textbook has been fully revised and updated, including additional illustrations and photographs.

The text teaches the clinical symptoms and signs of surgical disease, stressing the importance of a thorough history and bedside examination. By presenting the symptoms and signs in a formalized, systematic manner and by describing in detail the techniques of clinical examination, this text enables students to elicit key symptoms and make sound clinical decisions.

The fifth edition remains true to this original goal. The book is meant to be affordable, and the didactic material is well served by duplication in ebook format … [which] is intended to provide portability and the ability to highlight information.

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