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An aid to paediatric surgery by Robert A.…

An aid to paediatric surgery

by Robert A. MacMahon

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The book has a problem-oriented structure and moves from a discussion of general surgical topics to specific problems requiring surgical intervention in childhood.It emphasizes the physiological differences between adults and children and highlights how surgical approaches must be modified to meet the needs of children. Features: * FOR THIS NEW EDITION * Better organised - much easier to us * Numerous illustrations * Covers the essentials of paediatric surgery - consistently and concisely * Focuses on the common clinical problems and their surgical management * Ideal text for senior medical students and junior doctors * Three new chapters reflect current psychosocial surgical concerns * child abuse * sports injury * ethics of treating congenital abnormalities and of performing in-utero surgery

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