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by Gilbert R. Upchurch Jr. MD,Peter K. Henke MD

ePub Clinical Scenarios in Vascular Surgery (Clinical Scenarios in Surgery Series) download
Gilbert R. Upchurch Jr. MD,Peter K. Henke MD
LWW; 1 edition (December 21, 2004)
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by Justin B. Dimick MD (Author), Gilbert R. MD (Author), Christopher J. Sonnenday MD (Author) . This book will cover about 70-80% of what you need to know. Sonnenday MD (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-1609139728. Some chapters, like redo parathyroidectomy seem excessive, especially in an age where a graduating general surgeon will almost certainly not do a redo by themselves or without endocrine fellowship. I used it as the basis of a series of ABSITE lectures for junior residents, like it alot.

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Gilbert R. MD, Peter K. Henke M. Henke MD. 9781451192131. Gilbert R. MD. Chief of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, William H. Muller, Jr. Professor, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Peter K. Assistant Professor, Vascular Surgery Section, University of Michigan Healthcare System, Ann Arbor, MI. Features. Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text.

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This unique case-based review of vascular surgery offers excellent preparation for oral board examinations, which emphasize both general knowledge and case management. The book presents 76 cases covering the range of vascular disorders that surgeons treat and is structured to reflect the surgeon's decision-making process. Each case begins with a patient presentation and imaging studies or pathology results and proceeds through a series of decision points, including differential diagnosis, requests for additional tests, diagnosis, surgical approach, discussion of potential pitfalls, and follow-up. More than 200 X-rays, CT scans, ultrasound scans, endovascular images, and other relevant illustrations—many in full color—accompany the text.

  • By no means a stand-alone text, but there are enough cases, presented in enough different ways, that it is a good finale to oral board prep for vascular surgery. The discussions are sparce, and the decision making has a bit of "expert opionion" drive to it, but it makes you think, and I read it on the plane to Dallas this last May.

  • After a solid review of the text. Pick your poison, Hallet, Moore or Rutherford. This is an excellent format to study for the oral exam. The scenarios are very similar to the questions posed. I recommend using this study aid.

  • I used this as a review for the vascular boards. Some of the info is outdated by now with all the endovascular advances, however the thought process and work up is still really helpful. Seems like it would also be useful for reviewing common scenarios for the younger residents.