Killingback, Mark

Colorectal Surgery

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Table of contents

Part I. Small Bowel

1. Lipoma: Terminal Ileum

2. The Intruding Carcinoid

3. Carcinoidosis of the Ileum

4. GIST Tumor of Ileum

5. Adenocarcinoma of the Jejunum

6. Blind Pouch Syndrome After Bowel Resection

7. Blind Pouch Syndrome After Ileorectal Anastomosis

Part II. Appendix

8. Acute Appendicitis: Diagnosis at Colonoscopy

9. Mucocele of the Appendix

10. Cystadenoma: Appendix

11. Carcinoma of the Appendix

Part III. Polyps-Polyposis

12. A Mega Polyp Associated with a Micro Cancer

13. Extensive “Benign” Polyp of the Rectum and Sigmoid Colon

14. A Bad Result from a Successful Operation for a Polyp in the Sigmoid Colon

15. One Operation for Double Pathology

16. Juvenile Polyposis and Rectal Prolapse

17. Juvenile Polyposis in an Adult

18. Chronic Intussusception of the Colon Due to Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome

19. Carcinoma of the Rectum: FAP and Rectovaginal Fistula

20. Ileorectal Anastomosis for FAP: Rectal Cancer

21. Large Bowel Lipomatosis

22. A Polypoid Lesion in the Sigmoid Colon

Part IV. Cancer of the Colon and Rectum

23. Synchronous Colon Carcinoma and Malignant Carcinoid

24. Coexistent Cancer and Diverticulitis

25. Sigmoid Carcinoma and Serosal Cysts

26. Cavitating Cancer of the Transverse Colon

27. The Wagging Tongue of a Sigmoid Cancer

28. Protracted Recurrence of Mucoid Cancer

29. Anaplastic Colon Cancer

30. Linitis Plastica of the Colon and Rectum

31. Curative Resection of Rectal Cancer Despite Liver Metastases

32. Small Sigmoid Cancer: “Mega” Lymph Node Metastasis

33. Rectal Cancer Infiltrating the Buttock Via an Anal Fistula

34. Lucky Local Recurrence

35. Thoraco-Abdominal Approach to Carcinoma of the Splenic Flexure

Part V. Diverticular Disease

36. Was It Diverticulitis?

37. Large Pseudopolyp of the Sigmoid Colon

38. Which Operation for Acute Diverticulitis with Peritonitis?

39. Waiting to Die

40. Distal Abscesses and Diverticular Disease

41. Coloperineal Fistula

42. Diverticulitis: Extensive Abscess in the Mesorectum

43. Diverticulitis: Colovesical Fistula

44. Dissecting Diverticulitis

45. Annular Extramural Dissecting Diverticulitis

46. Giant Diverticulum

47. Giant Diverticulum

48. Diverticulitis: Large Bowel Obstruction

Part VI. Inflammatory Bowel Disease

49. Ulceration in Crohn’s Disease of the Small Bowel

50. Recurrent Crohn’s Disease

51. Crohn’s Disease: Strictures of Ascending Colon and Doudenum

52. The Appendix, Fistulae, and Pseudopolyps in Crohn’s Disease

53. A “Shamrock” Deformity Due to Crohn’s Disease

54. A Short “Hose Pipe” Colon: Crohn’s Disease

55. Recurrent Crohn’s Disease: Pseudopolyposis

56. Presentation of Crohn’s Ileitis as an Abdominal Malignancy

57. Crohn’s Disease 19 Years After Initial Resection

58. Large Bowel Obstruction: Crohn’s Disease

59. Subacute Toxic Megacolon Due to Ulcerative Colitis

60. Colitis and Pseudopolyposis

61. Ileorectal Anastomosis for Chronic Ulcerative Colitis: Early Diagnosis of Carcinoma: Late Diagnosis of Large Polypoid Lesion

62. Childhood Ulcerative Colitis: Rectal Cancer

63. Obstructive Colitis

64. Pseudomembranous Colitis and Toxic Megacolon

65. Ileocecal Tuberculosis Mimicking Crohn’s Disease or Vice Versa?

Part VII. Lymphoma

66. Burkitt’s Lymphoma (Ileum) with Intussusception

67. Ileocecal Lymphoma

68. Multiple Lymphoma and Ulcerative Colitis

69. Lymphoma of the Rectum

Part VIII. Anorectal Disease

70. An Intrasphincteric Anal Tumor

71. Aggressive Pelvic Angiomyxoma of the Pelvis

72. Implantation Metastasis into an Anal Fistula

73. Local Excision of a Rectal Carcinoma Can Be an Easy Operation

74. Proctitis Cystica Profunda

75. Rectopexy for a Rectal Stricture-Ulcer

76. Intersphincteric Anal Fistula with Proximal Perirectal Extension

77. Necrotizing Infection After Removal of “Benign” Rectal Polyp

Part IX. Various Pathology

78. Intra-Abdominal Desmoid Tumor Unassociated with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis

79. Pneumatosis Coli

80. Stercoral Ulceration: Sigmoid Perforation

81. Nongangrenous Ischemic Colitis

82. Infarction of the Omentum

83. Metastatic Linitis Plastica of the Colon

84. Lipoma Transverse Colon

85. Intestinal Endometriosis

86. Hirschsprung’s Disease

87. Gallstone Obstruction: Sigmoid Colon

88. Intussusception of the Colon

Part X. Complications of Investigation and Treatment

89. Barium Perforation of the Rectum

90. Colonoscopy Injury to the Colon

91. Mesenteric Thrombosis After Colon Resection

92. Postoperative Abdominal Apoplexy

93. Local Excision of Rectal Cancer and Radiotherapy

94. Residual Diverticulitis After Resection Causing an Elongated Abscess with Prolongated Resolution

95. Perforated Diverticulitis and Its Consequences

96. Anastomotic Dehiscence After Anterior Resection

97. Postoperative Necrosis of the Left Colon

98. Ileostomy Closure: An Impasse Due to Adhesions

99. Perforation of the Sigmoid Colon Due to Radiation Injury

100. Radiation Rectovaginal Fistula

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Surgery, Pathology

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