Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma by W. Y. Lau MD (CUHK), DSc (CUHK), FRCS, FACS, FRACS (Hon)

By W. Y. Lau MD (CUHK), DSc (CUHK), FRCS, FACS, FRACS (Hon) (auth.), W.Y. Lau (eds.)

This is a multi-author booklet on hilar cholangiocarcinoma, written through a world group of world-renowned specialists overlaying themes of their respective components of craftsmanship. There are altogether seventy one authors from 14 countries/regions, often Argentina, Australia, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, the Netherlands, the uk and the U.S. of the United States. This publication goals to supply an updated, totally referenced textual content that's as succinct as attainable, yet as finished as priceless, addressing all subject matters in hilar cholangiocarcinoma. It presents the most recent findings within the swiftly advancing box of hilar cholangiocarcinoma. debatable features are mentioned by way of very hot professionals who examine the matter from assorted views. A valuable checklist of references is incorporated on the finish of every bankruptcy. The broad use of diagrams, figures and tables makes the textual content effortless to learn. This booklet is basically meant for clinicians and researchers who're attracted to hilar cholangiocarcinoma, together with liver surgeons, hepatologists, interventional and diagnostic radiologists, and uncomplicated researchers. basic physicians, common surgeons, trainees, epidemiologists, health facility directors, pathologists and device brands also will locate this booklet to be a worthy reference paintings. Editor Lau is at the moment a Professor of surgical procedure on the chinese language collage of Hong Kong, and an Academician of chinese language Academy of Sciences, China.

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