by Brian P. Jacob (Editor), Jayleen Grams (Editor), Kyle A. Perry (Editor), Ali Tavakkoli (Editor)
The SAGES Manual of Foregut Surgery provides a comprehensive, state-of- the art review and will serve as a valuable resource for clinicians and surgeons.
The field of benign foregut surgery continues to evolve with new diagnostic methods and treatment modalities.
The text lays the foundation in understanding the foregut through review of the anatomy and physiology, followed by subsequent chapters focusing on the diagnosis and management of specific benign diseases of the foregut: gastroesophageal reflux disease and diaphragmatic hernia, Barrett’s esophagus, disorders of esophageal dysmotility, benign esophageal and gastric tumors, peptic ulcer disease and gastric outlet obstruction, and gastroparesis. Written by experts, each of these sections addresses the evaluation and management of the disease process, technical conduct of the most common endoscopic and surgical procedures, postoperative management including complications, and revisional operations. Additionally, expert commentary will serve to highlight and clarify controversies in the field.