- With a dramatic increase in knowledge of anorectal physiology and imaging over the last five years, this book provides a comprehensive study of anorectal assessment.
- Explores all the lastest techniques and treatments in the field
- Organized into two, easy to manage, sections
- First book to pull a diverse area together and includes 3-D ultrasound, transperineal ultrasonography and dynamic MRI not found in other texts on anorectal disorders
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Number of pages: 800
Weight: 2910 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 42 mm
Edition: 2005 ed.
From the reviews:
"It is indeed a tour de force ... . The editors ... have chosen to explore ... challenging aspects of anorectal dysfunction. ... It has been conceived and written as a specialist text ... and as such has been highly successful in achieving this goal. Clarity of text accompanied by pertinent illustrations and line drawings allow the clinician to read for interest or `dip in' for reference ... . I have little doubt that it will be a well-used addition to my bookshelf ... ." (Alastair C. J. Windsor, Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, Vol. 49 (10), 2006)
"This book comprises two sections, the first dedicated to anorectal testing and the second to clinical anorectal assessment. Sixty-seven authors have contributed to this comprehensive reference book on anorectal pathophysiology and the editors are to be congratulated on its publication. ... the editors have produced a most comprehensive guide to the identification and assessment of anorectal dysfunction." (Ann Branigan, British Journal of Surgery, Vol. 93 (4), 2006)
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