Rapid Surgery 1st Edition

About The Rapid Surgery Pdf Book

This pocket revision guide is a must for all medical students preparing for a major exam in clinical surgery or needing a rapid reminder during a clinical attachment.

Rapid Surgery is the sixth title in the new Rapid series and is the ideal companion for medical students and junior doctors, covering key facts in a simple and memorable fashion, using a mnemonic to aid recall. The text contains over 100 common surgical conditions and over 30 practical surgical procedures. The book contains over 35 illustrations and radiographs of numerous conditions to help aid in consolidating memory. Arranged in A-Z format, each topic is covered using the same headings – Definition, Aetiology, Associations / Risk Factors, Epidemiology, History, Examination, Pathology, Investigations, Management, Complications and Prognosis.

The surgical procedures are divided using the headings – Indication, Anatomy, Preoperative Investigations, Procedure, Complications and Prognosis.

  • A-Z format for easy and rapid access to information
  • Strict organisation of facts on each page following the new Rapid series mnemonic with one side set aside for each condition
  • Includes drawings to help vizualise difficult concepts
  • Handy pocketbook for quick reference in a surgical setting
  • Written by students and junior doctors with expert editorial advice

 

Rapid Surgery is authored by a team of students and junior doctors from the Royal Free and University Medical School, London.

Table of Contents of Rapid Surgery Pdf Download Book

List of Conditions.

  1. Abscesses
  2. Achalasia*
  3. Acoustic neuroma
  4. Acute limb ischaemia
  5. Anal carcinoma
  6. Anal fissures and fistulas*
  7. Angiodysplasia
  8. Aortic aneurysm
  9. Appendicitis/Appendicectomy
  10. Arterivenous malformations
  11. Aortic dissection and rupture*
  12. Basal cell carcinoma
  13. Benign prostatic hypertrophy
  14. Bladder carcinoma
  15. Bone tumours
  16. Bowel obstruction*
  17. Bowel perforation*
  18. Branchial cyst
  19. Breast carcinoma*
  20. Breast abscesses
  21. Bronchocarcinoma*
  22. Burns
  23. Cataracts
  24. Carotid body tumour*
  25. Carotid artery disease*
  26. Cerebral abscess
  27. Cholangiocarcinoma
  28. Cholecystectomy*
  29. Chronic limb ischaemia
  30. Cleft lip
  31. Colorectal carcinoma
  32. Colonic Polyps
  33. Crohn’s Disease
  34. Cord compression & injury
  35. Coronary artery disease*
  36. Congenital heart disease*
  37. Deep vein thrombosis
  38. Diaphragmatic hernia (True diaphragmatic hernias)
  39. Dislocation – shoulder*
  40. Disolocation – hip*
  41. Diverticular disease *
  42. Entrapment neuropathies (focussed on median/popliteal)
  43. Epidydimitis
  44. Extradural haemorrhage*
  45. Femoral hernias*
  46. Fibroadenoma, Fibroadenosis (Benign breast Disease)
  47. Fractures – wrist*
  48. Fractures – hand*
  49. Fractures – hip*
  50. Fractures – tibia/ fibula*
  51. Fractures – ribs*
  52. Fractures – vertebral*
  53. Gallstone disease *
  54. Gallbladder carcinoma
  55. Gangrene / necrotising fasciitis
  56. Gastric carcinoma
  57. Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease
  58. Glaucoma, Open
  59. Glaucoma, Closed
  60. GI haemorrhage (upper & lower)
  61. Haemorrhoids*
  62. Halux Valgus
  63. Hirschprung’s disease
  64. Hydrocoele
  65. Hydrocephalus
  66. Inguninal hernias*
  67. Ingrowing toenail
  68. Intestinal volvulus*
  69. Intracranial haemorrhage
  70. Intracranial tumours
  71. Intussusception
  72. Ischaemic bowel
  73. Lipomas
  74. Liver abscesses
  75. Liver tumours
  76. Lymphoedema
  77. Meckel’s Diverticulum
  78. Melanoma
  79. Miscellaneous hernias (non-inguinal, non-femoral, non-diaphragmatic)
  80. Nasopharyngeal carcinoma
  81. Oesophageal carcinoma
  82. Osteoarthritis of knee*
  83. Osteoarthritis of hip*
  84. Osteomyelitis(and septic arthritis)
  85. Pancreatitis
  86. Pancreatic carcinoma
  87. Perianal abscess (and pilonodal sinus)
  88. Pressure sores*
  89. Salivary gland tumours
  90. Salivary gland swellings (benign)
  91. Paralytic ileus (and pseudo obstruction)
  92. Peritonitis (SBP, infectious, faecal)
  93. Penile carcinoma
  94. Peptic ulcer disease
  95. Peyronie’s disease
  96. Pilonidal sinus and abscess
  97. Prostate carcinoma
  98. Prostatitis
  99. Pulmonary embolus *
  100. Pyloric stenosis
  101. Pyelonephritis
  102. Radiculopathy
  103. Rectal prolapse
  104. Renal artery stenosis*
  105. Renal tumours
  106. Sebaceous cysts
  107. Splenic rupture
  108. Squamous cell carcinoma
  109. Subdural haemorrhage
  110. Subarachnoid haemorrhage
  111. Testicular carcinoma
  112. Testicular torsion
  113. Thyroid carcinoma
  114. Toxic megacolon*
  115. Tracheo-oesophageal fistula*
  116. Thyroglossal cysts
  117. Urinary tract calculi*
  118. Ulcerative Colitis
  119. Urinary stress incontinence
  120. Varicose veins*
  121. Volvulus (caecal and sigmoid)

List of Procedures.

  1. Amputations*
  2. Aortic aneurysm repair*
  3. Circumcision
  4. Cardiac transplantation
  5. Colorectal resections*
  6. Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
  7. Endartectomy*
  8. Gastrectomies*
  9. Valve replacement/ repair
  10. Hickman line & central line insertion*
  11. Hip replacements*
  12. Kidney transplantation*
  13. Knee replacements*
  14. Lacerations (suturing)*
  15. Laparoscopic abdominal surgery
  16. Liver transplantation*
  17. Liver resection*
  18. Mastectomies and lumpectomies (Breast surgery)
  19. Orthopaedic fixations
  20. Permanent pacemaker insertion
  21. Skin flaps and grafts*
  22. Splenectomy
  23. Stomas*
  24. Tracheostomy*
  25. Vasectomy*
  26. Vertebral fusion (spinal surgery)

*represents entries that will have an accompanying illustration.

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