Adult Chest Surgery 2nd Edition
Adult Chest Surgery is your guide to the future of thoracic surgery. Now in its second edition, this internationally recognized, authoritative resource builds on the reputation of the first edition, which garnered numerous awards and laudatory reviews for art, production, and science.1–3 Intended for residents preparing for a case, surgeons seeking management tips, and surgeon specialists preparing for board recertification, the second edition remains steadfast in its mission to provide a comprehensive yet practical guide to the modern practice of general thoracic surgery.
Broad in scope and straightforward in style and presentation, the volume is an excellent reference for anyone desiring a comprehensive description of the clinical nature of general thoracic surgery.
By updating the second edition in record time for a volume of this length and complexity, the editors of the second edition have assured that the information is current and applicable to present day practice. The concise description of current techniques and surgical principles for the most common thoracic surgical problems encountered in the clinic and the operating room are the thrust of this text. It expands generously on the content of the first edition with 40 new chapters devoted to a range of topics including new endoscopic techniques for antireflux surgery; percutaneous thoracic tumor ablation; peroral esophageal myotomy; robotic techniques for lobectomy, esophagectomy, and thymectomy; and other new minimally invasive approaches to standard thoracic resections.
More than 250 detailed illustrations of procedures have been added to the text, bringing the total to 850. The volume continues to represent several generations of internationally recognized surgical innovators conversant in a range of innovative techniques and technologies, as well as leading medical experts in thoracic oncology and pulmonary disease. These thought leaders have trained in centers of surgical excellence that have contributed to the discipline of general thoracic surgery. We are indebted to these individuals and especially their mentors, who sustained and nurtured general thoracic surgical education and training from the infancy of the discipline.
The editors wish to acknowledge the continued support of Ann Adams and Marcia Williams, who have brought continuity to the second edition through their excellent and precise editorial and artistic contributions.
We also acknowledge our spouses Linda Sugarbaker, Kate Poverman, Gray Lorig, Bridget Jaklitsch, Diane Krasna, and Barbara Smith for putting up with our hectic schedules; our parents Geneva V. and Everett D. Sugarbaker, Rachel and David Bueno, Thomas and Shirley Colson, Frederick and Evelyn Jaklitsch, Anne and Irwin Krasna, and Loy and James Mentzer, who inspired and supported us in our educational pursuits; our partners, trainees, and colleagues, who carry the field forward; and our patients, who put their trust and hope in our hands.
Part 1: Overall Care
Part 2: Esophageal and Proximal Stomach Malignancy
Part 3: Resection Techniques for Benign Esophageal Disease
Part 4: Achalasia and Esophageal Motility Disorders
Part 5: Esophageal Reflux Disorders
Part 6: Esophageal Trauma
Part 7: Congenital Esophageal Surgery
Part 8: Benign Upper Airways Conditions
Part 9: Cancer of the Upper Airways
Part 10: Lung Cancer Overview and Pathology
Part 11: Standard Pulmonary Resections
Part 12: Extended Pulmonary Resections
Part 13: Complications of Pulmonary Resection
Part 14: Nonoperative Treatments for Lung Cancer
Part 15: Multimodality Management of Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer
Part 16: Benign Lung Disease
Part 17: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Part 18: Lung Infection
Part 19: Lung Transplantation
Part 20: Pleural Malignancy
Part 21: Benign Pleural Conditions
Part 22: Chest Wall and Sternal Tumors
Part 23: Benign Chest Wall Conditions
Part 24: Diaphragm
Part 25: Mediastinal Diseases, Benign Or Malignant
Part 26: New Horizons
Title: Adult Chest Surgery
Authors: David J. Sugarbaker, Raphael Bueno, Yolonda L. Colson, Michael T. Jaklitsch, Mark J. Krasna, Steven J. Mentzer, Marcia Williams, Ann Adams