（A companion to specialist surgical practice）
W.B. Saunders, 2001
Previous ed. published as : Breast and endocrine surgery. 1997
includes bibliographical references and index
The series - "A Companion to Specialist Surgical Practice" - is designed to provide trainee surgeons in higher surgical training with an excellent learning and revision resource and busy practicing surgeons with a regular update in a particular sub-specialty interest. Produced to a very tight schedule, each volume in the series gives a current and succinct summary of all the key topics within the specialty and concentrates on recent developments. To meet the increasing interest in evidence-based medicine, authors have cited whenever available, the meta analysis of randomised controlled trials and identified key references within the text which support evidence-based practice. Other titles in the series are: "Core Topics In General and Emergency Surgery 2nd Edition" - Paterson-Brown, "Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery" - Phillips, "Colorectal Surgery 2nd Edition" - Phillips, "Breast Surgery" - Farndon, "Vascular and Endovascular Surgery" - Beard and Gaines, "Transplantation Surgery: Current Dilemmas 2nd Edition" - Forsythe and "Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery 2nd Edition" - Griffin & Raimes.
1. Parathyroids - primary and secondary disease: Radu Mihai/JohnFarndon (UK) 2. The thyroid gland: Malcolm Wheeler (UK) 3. The adrenal glands: Laparoscopic surgeon in western Australia (John ?) (original chapter was disappointing) 4. Familial endocrine disease - genetics and early treatment: Radu Mihai/John Farndon (UK) 5. Endocrine tumors of the pancreas: Gary Peplinski/Jeffrey Norton (USA) 6. Carcinoid syndrome: Nigel Bax/Frank Woods (UK) 7. Clinical governance and quality in endocrine surgery 8. Medicolegal aspects of endocrine surgery: Anthony Young (UK) 9. The salivary glands Bold = new/heavily revised chapters
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