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Craig T. Albanese, MD

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Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics

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Department of Surgery

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Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford

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Stanford, California

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Capítulo 43: Cirugía pediátrica

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John T. Anderson, MD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Surgery

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Division of Trauma & Emergency Surgery

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University of California, Davis

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Davis, California

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Capítulo 12: Choque e insuficiencia pulmonar aguda
en pacientes quirúrgicos

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English F. Barbour, RD, LD, CNSD

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Nutrition Support Dietitian

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Digestive Disease Center / Nutrition Services

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Medical University of South Carolina

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Charleston, South Carolina

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Capítulo 10: Metabolismo quirúrgico y nutrición

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John R. Barbour, MD

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Chief Resident

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Department of Surgery

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Medical University of South Carolina

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Charleston, South Carolina

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Capítulo 10: Metabolismo quirúrgico y nutrición

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Edward L. Bove, MD

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Professor

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Pediatric Cardiac Surgery, Section of

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Cardiac Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 19: El corazón: Parte II. Cardiopatías congénitas

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George J. Chang, MD, MS

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Assistant Professor

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Surgical Oncology

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University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

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Houston, Texas

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Capítulo 29: Intestino delgado

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Capítulo 30: Intestino grueso

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Capítulo 31: Anorrecto

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Orlo H. Clark, MD

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Professor and Vice Chair

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Department of Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 16: Tiroides y paratiroides

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Christopher S. Cooper, MD

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Associate Professor of Pediatric Urology

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Department of Urology

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University of Iowa College of Medicine and

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Children’s Hospital of Iowa

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Iowa City, Iowa

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Capítulo 38: Urología

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John A. Cowan, Jr., MD

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Department of Neurosurgery

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Harbin Clinic

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Rome, Georgia

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Capítulo 36: Neurocirugía

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K. Barrett Deatrick, MD

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House Officer

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Resident in Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 7: Fuentes de energía en cirugía

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Robert H. Demling, MD

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Professor

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Department of Surgery

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Harvard Medical

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Capítulo 14: Quemaduras y otras lesiones térmicas

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Eric J. Devaney, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Department of Surgery, Division of Cardiac Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 19: El corazón: Parte II. Cardiopatías congénitas

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Karen E. Deveney, MD

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Professor

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Department of Surgery

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Oregon Health & Science University

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Portland, Oregon

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Capítulo 32: Hernias y otras lesiones de la pared abdominal

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Gerard M. Doherty, MD

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N.W. Thompson, Professor of Surgery

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Chief, Division of Endocrine Surgery

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Section Head, General Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 2: Capacitación, comunicación, profesionalismo
y práctica basada en sistemas

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Capítulo 3: Atención preoperatoria

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Capítulo 4: Atención posoperatoria

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Capítulo 5: Complicaciones posoperatorias

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Capítulo 7: Fuentes de energía en cirugía

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Capítulo 8: Inflamación, infecciones y tratamiento antimicrobiano

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Capítulo 9: Tratamiento de líquidos y electrólitos

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Capítulo 21: Abdomen agudo

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Capítulo 22: Cavidad peritoneal

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Capítulo 23: Estómago y duodeno

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Capítulo 25: Conductos biliares

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Capítulo 26: Páncreas

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Capítulo 28: Apéndice

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Quan-Yang Duh, MD

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Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 33: Suprarrenales

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J. Englebert Dunphy, MD*

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Formerly Professor of Surgery Emeritus

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University of California, San Francisco

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Capítulo 1: Abordaje del paciente quirúrgico

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Piero M. Fisichella, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Director, Swallowing Center

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Department of Surgery, Stritch School of Medicine

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Loyola University Medical Center

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Maywood, Illinois

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Capítulo 20: Esófago y diafragma

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Douglas L. Fraker, MD

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Jonathan E. Rhoads Associate Professor of Surgery

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Vice-Chair, Clinical Affairs & Director,

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General Surgery

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Chief, Division of Surgical Oncology

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The University of Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Capítulo 27: Bazo

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Michael G. Franz, MD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 6: Cicatrización de heridas

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Armando E. Giuliano, MD

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Chief of Science and Medicine

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Director, John Wayne Cancer Institute

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Breast Center

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John Wayne Cancer Institute

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Santa Monica, California

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Capítulo 17: Trastornos mamarios

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Ameen Habash, MD

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Chief Resident

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Department of General Surgery, Division of

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Plastic Surgery

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University of Kentucky

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Lexington, Kentucky

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Capítulo 41: Cirugía plástica y reconstructiva

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Jonathan W. Haft, MD

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Assistant Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 19: El corazón: Parte I. Tratamiento quirúrgico
de cardiopatías adquiridas

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Scott L. Hansen, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 42: Cirugía de la mano

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Mark R. Hemmila, MD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 13: Manejo del paciente lesionado

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Virginia M. Hermann, MD

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Professor

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Department of Surgery

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Medical University of South Carolina

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Charleston, South Carolina

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Capítulo 10: Metabolismo quirúrgico y nutrición

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Jennifer C. Hirsch, MD, MS

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Lecturer

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 19: El corazón: Parte II. Cardiopatías congénitas

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James W. Holfcroft, MD

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Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of California, Davis

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Davis, California

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Capítulo 12: Choque e insuficiencia pulmonar aguda en pacientes quirúrgicos

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David Jablons, MD

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Professor of Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 18: Pared torácica, pleura, mediastino y pulmones

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William R. Jarnagin, MD

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Professor of Surgery, Chief HPB Service

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Department of Surgery

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Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Medical

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College of Cornell University

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New York, New York

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Capítulo 24: Hígado y sistema venoso portal

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Fadi N. Joudi, MD

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Assistant Professor

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Department of Urology

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University of Iowa

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Iowa City, Iowa

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Capítulo 38: Urología

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Stephen A. Kamenetzky, MD

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Clinical Professor

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Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science

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Washington University School of Medicine

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St. Louis, Missouri

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Capítulo 37: El ojo y anexos oculares

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Chienying Liu, MD

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Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 33: Suprarrenales

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Paul V. Loar III, MD

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Texas Oncology

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Austin, Texas

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Capítulo 39: Ginecología

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Jason MacTaggart, MD

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Clinical Instructor

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Division of Vascular Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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School of Medicine

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 34: Arterias

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Louis M. Messina, MD

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Professor and Chief

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Division of Vascular Surgery

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University of Massachusetts Medical School

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Worcester, Massachusetts

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Capítulo 35: Venas y vasos linfáticos

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Linda M. Mundy, MD

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Doctoral Student

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Epidemiology

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St. Louis University School of Public Health

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St. Louis, Missouri

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Capítulo 8: Inflamación, infecciones y
tratamiento antimicrobiano

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Richard G. Ohye, MD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 19: El corazón: Parte II. Cardiopatías congénitas

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Marco G. Patti, MD

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Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

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Chicago, Illinois

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Capítulo 20: Esófago y diafragma

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Carlos E. Pineda, MD

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Resident

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Department of Surgery

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Stanford University School of Medicine

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Stanford, California

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Capítulo 31: Anorrecto

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Jeffrey D. Punch, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Chief, Division of Transplantation

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 45: Trasplante de órganos

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Joseph H. Rapp, MD

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Professor of Surgery in Residence

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University of California, San Francisco

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Chief, Vascular Surgery Service

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San Francisco Veterans Administration Medical Center

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 34: Arterias

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John R. Rectenwald, MD

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Assistant Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 35: Venas y vasos linfáticos

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R. Kevin Reynolds, MD

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The George W. Morley Professor and Chief,

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Division of Gyn Oncology

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Director, Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship

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Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

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The University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 39: Ginecología

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Michael S. Sabel, MD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 44: Oncología

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Theodore J. Sanford, Jr., MD

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The Georgine M. Stuede Professor of

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Anethesiology Education

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Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 11: Anestesia

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Matthew J. Sena, MD

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Assistant Professor

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Division of Trauma and Emergency Surgery

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University of California, Davis Medical Center

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Sacramento, California

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Capítulo 12: Choque e insuficiencia pulmonar aguda
en pacientes quirúrgicos

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Andrew A. Shelton, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery (General Surgery)

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Stanford University School of Medicine

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Stanford, California

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Capítulo 29: Intestino delgado

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Capítulo 30: Intestino grueso

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Capítulo 31: Anorrecto

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Ramesh C. Srinivasan, MD

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House Officer

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Orthopaedic Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 40: Cirugía ortopédica

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Karl G. Sylvester, MD

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Assistant Professor

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Department of Surgery

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Stanford University School of Medicine

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Stanford, California

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Capítulo 43: Cirugía pediátrica

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David J. Terris, MD

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Porubsky Distinguished Professor and Chairman

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Department of Otolaryngology—Head and

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Neck Surgery

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Medical College of Georgia

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Augusta, Georgia

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Capítulo 15: Otorrinolaringología: cirugía de cabeza y cuello

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Pierre R. Theodore, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 18: Pared torácica, pleura, mediastino y pulmones

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B. Gregory Thompson, MD

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Professor of Neurosurgery, Otolaryngology and Radiology

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Department of Neurosurgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 36: Neurocirugía

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Stephen Tolhurst, MD

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House Officer

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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 40: Cirugía ortopédica

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Linda M. Tsai, MD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Ophthalmology and

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Visual Sciences

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Washington University

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St. Louis, Missouri

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Capítulo 37: El ojo y anexos oculares

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J. Blake Tyrrell, MD

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Clinical Professor

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Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism

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University of California

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 33: Suprarrenales

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Kelly L. Vanderhave, MD

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Assistant Professor

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Orthopaedic Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 40: Cirugía ortopédica

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Henry C. Vasconez, MD

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Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, William S. Farish

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Endowed Chair of Plastic Surgery

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Department of Surgery—Division of Plastic Surgery

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University of Kentucky

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Lexington, Kentucky

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Capítulo 41: Cirugía plástica y reconstructiva

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Wendy L. Wahl, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Director, Trauma Burn Intensive Care Unit

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 13: Manejo del paciente lesionado

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Thomas W. Wakefield, MD

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S. Martin Lindenauer Professor of Surgery

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Section Head, Vascular Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Capítulo 35: Venas y vasos linfáticos

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Lawrence W. Way, MD

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Professor

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Department of Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 1: Abordaje del paciente quirúrgico

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Capítulo 23: Estómago y duodeno

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Capítulo 26: Páncreas

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Paul M. Weinberger, MD

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Resident

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Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery

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Medical College of Georgia

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Augusta, Georgia

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Capítulo 15: Otorrinolaringología: cirugía de cabeza y cuello

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Mark L. Welton, MD

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Associate Professor & Chief

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Section of Colon & Rectal Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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Stanford University School of Medicine

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Stanford, California

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Capítulo 29: Intestino delgado

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Capítulo 30: Intestino grueso

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Capítulo 31: Anorrecto

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Richard D. Williams, MD

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Rubin H. Flocks Chair & Professor

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Department of Urology

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University of Iowa College of Medicine

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Iowa City, Iowa

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Capítulo 38: Urología

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David M. Young, MD

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Professor, Plastic Surgery

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University of California, San Francisco

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San Francisco, California

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Capítulo 42: Cirugía de la mano

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