This book provides a guide to the management of patients with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The indications for surgery within inflammatory bowel disease are covered, as well as new biologic medications and the effects they have on the immune system. Details on how these drugs should be managed to avoid complications and ensure patient safety are also included. Mastery of IBD Surgery sets out to cover surgical responses to inflammatory bowel disease from a multidisciplinary perspective and aims to help all surgeons and medical professionals working in this area. This book is relevant to colorectal surgeons, gastrointestinal surgeons, and gastroenterologists.
1. Nutritional Repletion in the Surgical Patient2. Preoperative Bowel Prep3. Extended Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis after Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases4. The Use of Enhanced Recovery Pathways in Patients Undergoing Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease5. Perioperative Steroid Management in IBD Patients Undergoing Colorectal Surgery6. Managing ImmunomodulatorsPerioperatively7. Managing Biologics Perioperatively8. Management of Perianal Skin Tags9. Management of Chronic Anal Fissures in Patients with Crohn's Disease10. Management of Simple Anoperineal Fistulas11. Management of Severe Anoperineal Disease12. Management ofAno/Rectovaginal Fistula13. Proctectomy in Patients with "Watering Can"Perineum14. Management of Isolated Proctitis/Proctosigmoiditis15. Role of IPAA for Crohn's Disease16. Surgical Options for Neoplasia Complicating Crohn's Disease of the Large Intestine17. The Role of Segmental Resection for Colon Disease18. Role of Percutaneous Drainage for Disease-related Abscesses19. Management After Successful Percutaneous Drainage of Disease-Related Abscess20. Intraoperative Detection of Upper Gastrointestinal Strictures21. Management of long segment small bowel Crohn's disease22. Construction of the Ideal Ileocolic Anastomosis in Crohn's Disease23. Management of Enteroenteric Fistula 24. Preventing Postoperative Crohn's Disease Recurrence 25. Role of Minimally Invasive Reoperative Surgery26. Extent of mesenteric resection27. Role of Endoscopic Management in Ulcerative Colitis Patients with Dysplasia28. Surgical Options for Endoscopically Unresectable Dysplasia in Ulcerative Colitis29. Management of Ulcerative Colitis in Patients with Rectal Cancer30. Surgical Approach to the Older Ulcerative Colitis Patient31. Role of Minimally Invasive Surgery in Pouch Surgery32. How Many Stages Should We Use in Pouch Surgery?33. Optimal Design for Ileal-Pouch Anal Anastomosis34. Failed pouch-pouch excision vs redo35. Mucosectomy versus stapled ileal pouch-anal anastomosis36. Transanal Proctectomy and Ileoanal Pouch Procedure (ta-J Pouch)37. Use of Antiadhesive Barriers in Pouch Surgery38. Optimal management of Pelvic Abscess after Pouch Surgery39. Management of Chronic Pouchitis40. Management of Ileal Pouch Vaginal Fistulas41. Management of IPAA-Associated Persistent Presacral Sinus42. The Management of Patients with Dysplasia in the Anal Transitional Zone43. Pouch excision versus diversion for the failed pouch44. Pouch Excision vs. Redo IPAA After a Failed Pouch45. Continent Ileostomy after Removal of a Failed IPAA