In a concise manner, this book presents common surgical problems encountered by medical students and residents. The book provides easy access for residents before teaching rounds, lectures, etc. The algorithm approach lends itself to rapid learning, making the book a must for every surgical resident.Laboratory tests, radiological exam and occasionally scrotal exploration may also be necessary to confirm the diagnosis. B. The history and physical exam are helpful in differentiating between torsion, orchitis or epididymitis. Spermatic cord torsion may occur ... In contrast to epididymitis, manual elevation of a torsed testicle will not relieve the pain (negative Prehna#39;s sign). Careful examination may reveal aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Common Surgical Diseases|
|Author||:||Jonathan A. Myers, Keith W. Millikan, Theodore J. Saclarides|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-03-14|