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‘Radiology of the Post Surgical Abdomen’ provides a comprehensive overview of all abdominal operations involving the gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, hepatobiliary and genitourinary systems. Each chapter is fully illustrated with artists' drawings and radiological images of normal post operative anatomy. The complications associated with each procedure are described alongside imaging examples. Written by experts in the field, Radiology of the Post Surgical Abdomen provides the reader with key teaching points emphasising differentiation between normal post-operative anatomy and complications.





Dr John Brittenden is a Gastrointestinal Radiologist at Mid Yorks NHS Trust with a particular interest in abdominal MRI, CT Colonography and non vascular intervention. He has been a consultant for 5 years and prior to this completed his radiology training in Leeds with further fellowships in radiofrequency ablation and GI/interventional radiology at University College London and The Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Leeds. He is a member of the British Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiologists (BSGAR) and is an active member of ESGAR.


Dr Damian Tolan is a Gastrointestinal Radiologist at St James's University Hospital, Leeds with a particular interest in luminal GI imaging and one of 8 radiologists with a GI interest.  He lectures at UK and European meetings, organizes training courses in CT Colonography and is involved in research on a range of areas including inflammatory bowel disease and anorectal disorders. He is the research officer for the British Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiologists and is an active member of ESGAR.



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