SECTION I: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONSnnnnRadiology of the Postoperative Patient - William Shiels, II, DO, nnD. Gregory Bates, MD & Mark J. Hogan, MD nnnDiagnostic Aids for Reoperation nnnInterventional Alternatives to Avoid ReoperationnnnTechniques for Difficult Venous and Arterial Access - Jaimie Nathan, MD, John Racadio, MD & Brad W Warner, MDnnnSECTION II: HEAD AND NECKnnna. Recurrent Cysts - Bradley M. Rodgers, MDnnb. Atypical Mycobacterial Lymphadenitis - Bradley M. Rodgers, MDnc. Tracheal Problems - Bradley M. Rodgers, MDnd. Chronic Drooling - Bradley M. Rodgers, MDnnReoperative Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery - Elisabeth Tracy, MD & Michael Skinner, MDnnnSECTION III: CHESTnnComplications of Pectus Excavatum and Carinatum Repair - Robert E. Kelly, Jr., MD nnnComplications of CDH Repair and Recurrent CDH - Melissa Hayward, MD, Dario O. Fauza, MD, & Jay M. Wilson, MD nnnReoperation for Jeune's Syndrome - J. Terrance Davis, MD, Alistair B.M. Phillips, MD, Frederick Long, MD & Robert G. Castile, MDnnnReoperation for Benign Breast Disorders- Denise B. Klinkner, MD & Marjorie J. Arca, MD nnnSECTION IV: ABDOMINAL WALL nSteven Teich, MD & Donna A. Caniano, MDnna. Abdominal Wall Dehiscencennb. Hernias nc. Abdominal Compartment Syndromend. Techniques to Aid Reoperation in the Complex Abdomenne. Management of Difficult Woundsnn nSECTION V: GASTROINTESTINAL TRACTnnnReoperation after Esophageal Atresia Repair and Other Esophageal Conditions - Brian Kenney, MDnnnReoperation after Failed Fundoplication and Other Gastric Surgeries - Mary Brindle,MD & Jacob C. Langer, MD nnnReoperation after Duodenal Atresia Repair and Management of Duodenal Fistulas - Jonathan I. Groner, MDnnnReoperation after Surgery of the Small Bowel - Moritz M. Ziegler, MD & John Petty, MD nnnInterventions for Appendiceal Complications - Renata Fabia, MD & Steven Teich, MDnnnReoperation for Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Christopher R. Moir, MD nnnReoperation for Stoma Complications - Benedict Nwomeh, MDnnnReoperative Surgery for Hirschsprung's Disease - Mohamed El-sawaf, MD, Arnold Coran, MD, & Daniel H. Teitelbaum, MDnnnReoperative Surgery for Anorectal Malformations - Marc Levitt, MD & Alberto Pena, MDnnnReoperation for Recurrent Anal and Perianal Conditions - Shahab Abdessalam, MD & Donna A. Caniano, MDnnn nSECTION VI: SOLID ORGANSnnnReoperation of the Liver and Biliary System - Jaimie Nathan, MD & Frederick C. Ryckman, MD nnnReoperation of the Pancreas - Eunice Y. Huang, MD, Max R. Langham, Jr., MD & Timothy C. Fabian, MDnnn nSECTION VII: REOPERATIVE ONCOLOGYnnnRhabdomyosarcoma - David Rodeberg, MD & Eugene Wiener, MDnnnNeuroblastoma - John Hamner, MD, Andrew Davidoff, MD & Stephen Shochat, MDnnnWilm's Tumor - Sanjeev A. Vasudevan, MD & Jed G. Nuchtern, MD nnnPeripheral Neuroectodermal Tumors - Michael LaQuaglia, MDnnnOsteosarcoma Metastases - Matthew Harting, MD, Richard Andrassy, MD & Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MDnnnNeurofibromatosis - Ravi Radhakrishnan, MD & Richard Andrassy, MDnnnTumors of the Liver - Rebecka L. Meyers, MD nnnSacrococcygeal Teratoma - Antoine
Reoperative surgery is a problem that is confronted by every surgeon and this book offers up-to-date information and techniques for critical cases in all of the pediatric surgical specialties. The book is comprehensive, covering the full spectrum of pediatric reoperation, and it addresses the complications of common pediatric surgeries. This book is an essential resource for both surgeons and non-surgeons involved in the care of pediatric patients.
Reoperative Pediatric Surgery features the most up-to-date information and techniques for critical cases in all the pediatric surgical specialties, including oncology, gastroenterology, gynecology, urology, radiology, and cardiology. Recognized experts impart their knowledge of indications for reoperative surgeries, radiologic evaluation, surgical procedures, which may require rarely used and extremely complex techniques, and the risks and outcomes of these specialized approaches. These practicing surgeons provide insight into intricate corrective procedures involving the placement of grafts, stents, and supports with necessary forecasting for complications.
This comprehensive book is an indispensable resource that covers the full spectrum of pediatric reoperation and addresses the complications of common pediatric surgeries. With its detailed approach and full-color photographs, Reoperative Pediatric Surgery is the gold-standard for this multi-faceted discipline.