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The tenth edition of Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery is dedicated to the late Dr. Stephen Lowry, consummate surgeon-scientist, educator, colleague, mentor, and longtime contributor to Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery. At the time of his death, Dr. Lowry served as Richard Harvey Professor and Chair of the Department of Surgery and Senior Associate Dean for Education at the RutgersRobert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS) in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He was the inaugural holder of the Richard Harvey Professorship at RWJMS, which honors excellence in innovative teaching and exemplified his absolute dedication to medical education. Dr. Lowry’s dedicated and distinguished surgical career produced valuable contributions to both scientific knowledge and patient care, including his seminal investigations utilizing the human endotoxemia model that defined important aspects of the host inflammatory response following injury. His investigations had been supported by continuous National Institute of Health (NIH) funding for more than 25 years and were recognized by the coveted Method to Extend Research in Time (MERIT) award from the NIH. He authored more than 400 scientific publications and was the recipient of numerous honors that recognized his academic achievements. Although Dr. Lowry received many accolades and awards throughout his career, he was first and foremost an enthusiastic teacher and sincere supporter of people, their goals, and their lives. Dr. Lowry genuinely enjoyed listening, learning, and sharing his knowledge and did so with a depth of feeling that inspired and encouraged those around him. As his wife Susette wrote, “Steve knew he would be remembered for his professional accomplishments, but never imagined he would be honored and missed for his personality and style that set him apart from the rest. The world really was a better place with Steve in it!” The loss of his warmth, professionalism, intellect, and enthusiasm for medical education will be greatly missed. Siobhan Corbett, MD, and the editors of Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery, Tenth edition

Part I Basic Considerations 1

1. Fundamental Principles of Leadership Training in Surgery………………………………………………… 3

Amy L. Hill, James Wu, Mark D. Girgis, Danielle Hsu, Areti Tillou, James Macho, Vishad Nabili, and F. Charles Brunicardi

2. Systemic Response to Injury and Metabolic Support …………………………………………………..13 Siobhan A. Corbett

3. Fluid and Electrolyte Management of the Surgical Patient…………………………………………65 G. Tom Shires III

4. Hemostasis, Surgical Bleeding, and Transfusion…………………………………………85 Bryan Cotton, John B. Holcomb, Matthew Pommerening, Kenneth Jastrow, and Rosemary A. Kozar

5. Shock ……………………………………………………109 Brian S. Zuckerbraun, Andrew B. Peitzman, and Timothy R. Billiar

6. Surgical Infections …………………………………..135 Greg J. Beilman and David L. Dunn

7. Trauma ………………………………………………….161 Clay Cothren Burlew and Ernest E. Moore

8. Burns ……………………………………………………227 Jonathan Friedstat, Fred W. Endorf, and Nicole S. Gibran

9. Wound Healing………………………………………..241 Adrian Barbul, David T. Efron, and Sandra L. Kavalukas

10. Oncology ……………………………………………….273 Funda Meric-Bernstam and Raphael E. Pollock

11. Transplantation ……………………………………….321 Angelika C. Gruessner, Tun Jie, Klearchos Papas, Marian Porubsky, Abbas Rana, M. Cristy Smith, Sarah E. Yost, David L. Dunn, and Rainer W.G. Gruessner

12. Patient Safety …………………………………………365 Catherine L. Chen, Michol A. Cooper, Mark L. Shapiro, Peter B. Angood, and Martin A. Makary

13. Physiologic Monitoring of the Surgical Patient……………………………………….399 Louis H. Alarcon and Mitchell P. Fink

14. Minimally Invasive Surgery, Robotics, Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery, and Single-Incision Laparoscopic Surgery ………415 Donn H. Spight, John G. Hunter, and Blair A. Jobe

15. Molecular and Genomic Surgery …………………..443 Xin-Hua Feng, Xia Lin, Juehua Yu, John Nemunaitis, and F. Charles Brunicardi Part II Specific Considerations 471

16. The Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue ……………….473 Sajid A. Khan, Jonathan Bank, David H. Song, and Eugene A. Choi

17. The Breast ……………………………………………..497 Kelly K. Hunt, John F.R. Robertson, and Kirby I. Bland

18. Disorders of the Head and Neck…………………..565 Richard O. Wein, Rakesh K. Chandra, C. René Leemans, and Randal S. Weber

19. Chest Wall, Lung, Mediastinum, and Pleura ……………………………………………..605 Katie S. Nason, Michael A. Maddaus, and James D. Luketich

20. Congenital Heart Disease …………………………..695 Tara Karamlou, Yasuhiro Kotani, and Glen A. Van Arsdell

21. Acquired Heart Disease ……………………………..735 Shoichi Okada, Jason O. Robertson, Lindsey L. Saint, and Ralph J. Damiano, Jr.

22. Thoracic Aneurysms and Aortic Dissection……………………………………..785 Scott A. LeMaire, Raja R. Gopaldas, and Joseph S. Coselli

23. Arterial Disease ……………………………………..827 Peter H. Lin, Mun Jye Poi, Jesus Matos, Panagiotis Kougias, Carlos Bechara, and Changyi Chen

24. Venous and Lymphatic Disease ……………………915 Jason P. Jundt, Timothy K. Liem, and Gregory L. Moneta

25. Esophagus and Diaphragmatic Hernia ……………941 Blair A. Jobe, John G. Hunter, and David I. Watson

26. Stomach ………………………………………………1035 Yuko Kitagawa and Daniel T. Dempsey

27. The Surgical Management of Obesity …………..1099 Philip R. Schauer and Bruce Schirmer

28. Small Intestine ……………………………………..1137 Ali Tavakkoli, Stanley W. Ashley, and Michael J. Zinner

29. Colon, Rectum, and Anus …………………………1175 Kelli M. Bullard Dunn and David A. Rothenberger

30. The Appendix ………………………………………..1241 Mike K. Liang, Roland E. Andersson, Bernard M. Jaffe, and David H. Berger Contents viii Contents

31. Liver …………………………………………………..1263 Elaine Y. Cheng, Ali Zarrinpar, David A. Geller, John A. Goss, and Ronald W. Busuttil

32. Gallbladder and the Extrahepatic Biliary System……………………………………….1309 Thai H. Pham and John G. Hunter

33. Pancreas ………………………………………………1341 William E. Fisher, Dana K. Andersen, John A. Windsor, Ashok K. Saluja, and F. Charles Brunicardi

34. Spleen…………………………………………………1423 Adrian E. Park, Eduardo M. Targarona, and Igor Belyansky

35. Abdominal Wall, Omentum, Mesentery, and Retroperitoneum……………………………………1449 Neal E. Seymour and Robert L. Bell

36. Soft Tissue Sarcomas ………………………………1465 Janice N. Cormier, Alessandro Gronchi, and Raphael E. Pollock

37. Inguinal Hernias ……………………………………1495 Justin P. Wagner, F. Charles Brunicardi, Parviz K. Amid, and David C. Chen

38. Thyroid, Parathyroid, and Adrenal ………………1521 Geeta Lal and Orlo H. Clark

39. Pediatric Surgery ……………………………………1597 David J. Hackam, Tracy Grikscheit, Kasper Wang, Jeffrey S. Upperman, and Henri R. Ford 40. Urology ……………………………………………….1651 Karim Chamie, Jeffrey La Rochelle, Brian Shuch, and Arie S. Belldegrun 41. Gynecology …………………………………………..1671 Chad Hamilton, Michael Stany, W. Thomas Gregory, and Elise C. Kohn 42. Neurosurgery ………………………………………..1709 Casey H. Halpern and M. Sean Grady 43. Orthopedic Surgery…………………………………1755 Bert J. Thomas, Freddie H. Fu, Bart Muller, Dharmesh Vyas, Matt Niesen, Jonathan Pribaz, and Klaus Draenert 44. Surgery of the Hand and Wrist…………………..1787 Scott D. Lifchez and J. Alex Kelamis 45. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery……………..1829 Joseph E. Losee, Michael L. Gimbel, J. Peter Rubin, Christopher G. Wallace, and Fu-Chan Wei 46. Anesthesia for the Surgical Patient…………….1895 Robert S. Dorian 47. Surgical Considerations in the Elderly …………1923 Rosemarie E. Hardin and Michael E. Zenilman 48. Ethics, Palliative Care, and Care at the End of Life…………………………….1941 Daniel E. Hall, Peter Angelos, Geoffrey P. Dunn, Daniel B. Hinshaw, and Timothy M. Pawlik 49. Global Surgery……………………………………….1955 Raymond R. Price and Catherine R. deVries

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