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It claims to be problem orientated but it is not a style that is instantly recognisable. Instead, topics are organised by surgical pathology.
The early sections on the principles of surgical and perioperative care are organised around the pathophysiological basis of surgical disease, and they are excellent, both factually detailed and eminently suitable for the MRCS. The book goes on to cover many areas of surgery including trauma management, general surgery including breast and vascular , urology, cardiothoracic surgery, otolaryngology and paediatric surgery.
It does so with a disease orientated approach, which works well. The authors have attempted to add details of common operative procedures and while they generally cover these common operations well, the details are those of a more traditional surgical practice. There is little reference to any up-to-date level I evidence of operative surgical practice where this exists. Within general surgery, developing subspecialty areas like bariatric surgery and pelvic floor surgery are addressed very superficially.
The other significant omission in the book hard copy are links to any online resources, particularly society websites and their national guidelines, which would provide the interested reader with any necessary additional information.
The book is nicely presented, in colour, and easy to navigate with good indexing. There are sufficient photos and diagrams to illustrate the points clearly, and the differential boxes and treatment algorithms for common surgical conditions are very useful.
On the whole, the authors achieve their aim, which appears to be to pitch the book at the MRCS trainee level. Writing in this manner is time consuming but if the text proves enjoy- able to read and draws the reader in as we intend, we feel it will have been worthwhile.
The book covers general surgery, trauma, orthopaedics, car- diothoracic surgery and urology in detail, with sufficient basic science for modern clinical courses, and we have endeavoured to present sometimes complex ideas in ways accessible to anyone with a moderate understanding of human biology, and yet still prove valuable to readers at more advanced levels.
Changes for this edition The continuing enthusiasm of students and teachers for this book has highlighted the need for this updated edition which was written for clinical medical students seeking a compre- hensive understanding of surgical principles and practice as well as for junior surgical trainees particularly those prepar- ing for MRCS examinations.
We have tried to build on the quality and content of the original without increasing its length. The content of each chapter has been carefully revised, often with input from colleagues with some sections relocated to facilitate navigation.
Other major changes represent the evolution and refinement of surgery and our approach to it over the five or so years since the previous edition. All of the text has been brought up to date, adding new concepts where medical understanding has advanced, for example monoclonal antibodies in surgical oncology and damage control surgery in trauma management. Covering the MRCS curriculum has required adding several new sections including surgical ethics, audit and research, and orthopaedic surgery.
New consensus guidelines for managing common disorders have been incorporated where appropriate.
We believe that Essential Surgery will continue to have the greatest appeal for readers who want to understand surgery rather than merely pass examinations. Previous editions have demonstrated a broad appeal beyond medical students and junior surgeons, from surgical PREFACE vii nurses and trainees in professions allied to medicine, to den- tists. In addition, the book was designed to be a continuing reference text for doctors in other specialties, including family practice.
We have employed a problem-solving approach to diagnosis and treatment where practicable, believing that understanding how diagnoses are made and why particular treatments are used is more memorable than rote learning.
With this in mind, we have tried to view the practical manage- ment of patients through the eyes of the trainee or student.
In particular, the pathophysiological basis of surgical diseases and management is presented to bridge the gap between basic medical sciences and clinical problems. Throughout the book we have used original illustrative material to emphasise important concepts, avoid unnecessary text and assist revision for exams. This includes photographs of clinical cases, operations and pathological specimens, radiographs, anatomical and operative diagrams, and tables and box summaries of the text.
We believe the illustrations are one of the particular strengths of the book, and have all been reviewed and updated or replaced as necessary.
The clinical material is largely drawn from our day-to-day practice and we have generally chosen typical rather than gross examples so the reader can see how patients present most commonly.
We have tried to teach in a problem-oriented way where possible, but we believe descriptions of individual diseases are also required and these have been covered in a more conventional manner. Operative surgery We make no apology for including outlines of common surgi- cal operations.