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Contributors
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Ann Adams

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Sr. Consulting Medical Writer

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Department of Surgery

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Massachusetts General Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 68, Overview of Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Lung Cancer

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Chapter 103, Surgical Treatment of Thoracic Fungal Infections

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Hiroshi Akiyama, MD

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Emeritus Director of Toranomon Hospital

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Tokyo, Japan

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Chapter 20, Three-Field Esophagectomy

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Naveed Zeb Alam, MD, FRCSC, FRACS

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Consultant Thoracic Surgeon

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St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne, Department of Surgery

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Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne

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Melbourne, Victoria

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Australia

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Chapter 121, Pleurectomy and Decortication for Malignant Pleural Diseases

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Ali O.M. Al Dameh, MD

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Brigham and Woman Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 9, Techniques for Pleural Drainage and Chest Tube Management

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Majed A. Al-Mourgi, FRCS

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Department of Surgery

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Taif University

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Taif, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Chapter 44, Techniques for Dilation of Benign Esophageal Stricture

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Miguel Alvelo-Rivera, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Harper University Hospital

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Wayne State University

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Chapter 144, Thoracoscopic First Rib Resection with Dorsal Sympathectomy

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Rafael S. Andrade, MD

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Section of Thoracic and Foregut Surgery Department of Surgery

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University of Minnesota

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Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Chapter 151, Plication of the Diaphragm from Below

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Luis M. Argote-Greene, MD

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Chief, Thoracic Surgery

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National Institute of Medical Science and Nutrition “Salvador Zubiran”

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National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)

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Mexico City, Mexico

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Chapter 159, Thoracoscopic Approach to Thymectomy with Advice on Patients with Myasthenia Gravis

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Simon K. Ashiku, MD

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Northern California Thoracic Group

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Permanente Medical Group

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Walnut Creek Medical Center

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Walnut Creek, California

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Chapter 64, Resection of the Carina

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Nasser K. Altorki, MD

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Professor of Thoracic Surgery

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New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical College

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New York, New York

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Chapter 19, Radical En Bloc Esophagectomy

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Edward D. Auyang, MD, MS

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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University of New Mexico

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Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Chapter 41, Surgery and Endoscopic Interventions for Barrett Esophagus

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Lindsey Robert Baden, MD

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Associate Professor of Medicine

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Harvard Medical School

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Department of Medicine—Infectious Disease

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston Massachusetts

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Chapter 102, Lung Infections and Interstitial Lung Disease: Overview and General Approach to Lung Infections

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Elizabeth H. Baldini, MD, MPH

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Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology

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Harvard Medical School

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Department of Radiation Oncology

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Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology

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Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 87, Neoadjuvant and Adjuvant Radiation Therapy in Lung Cancer

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Chapter 118, Radiation Therapy for Mesothelioma

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Mark L. Barr, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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University of Southern California

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Keck School of Medicine

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Los Angeles, California

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Chapter 110, Living Lobar Lung Transplantation

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Hasan F. Batirel, MD, PhD

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Professor of Thoracic Surgery

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Department of Thoracic Surgery

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Marmara University Faculty of Medicine

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Ministry of Health of Turkey

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Marmara University Hospital

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Istanbul, Turkey

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Chapter 100, Minimally Invasive Methods of Managing Giant Bullae: Monaldi Procedure

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Richard A. Baum, MD, MPA, MBA

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Director of Interventional Radiology

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Associate Professor of Radiology

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Harvard Medical School

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 131, Percutaneous Therapy for Traumatic Chylothorax

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Rabih Bechara, MD

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Chief of Interventional Pulmonology

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Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

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Southeastern Regional Medical Center

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Atlanta, Georgia

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Chapter 127, Medical Management of Nonmalignant Pleural Effusions

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Angeliks Behrens, MD

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Department of Internal Medicine II

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Teaching Hospital of the University of Mainz

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Wiesbaden, Germany

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Chapter 173, Endoscopic Resection Techniques

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S. Christopher Bellot, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Surgical Director of Cardiovascular Surgery ICU

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Surgical Director of ECMO Program

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Division of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

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University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Birmingham, Alabama

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Chapter 154, Acute and Chronic Traumatic Rupture of the Diaphragm

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Mark F. Berry, MD

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Associate Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Stanford University

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Falk Cardiovascular Research Center

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Stanford University Medical Center

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Stanford, California

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Chapter 60, Overview

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Chapter 62, Techniques of Tracheal Resection

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Chapter 82, Bronchopleural Fistula After Pneumonectomy

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Ankit Bharat, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Surgical Director, Lung Transplantation

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Northwestern Memorial Hospital

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Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 109, Lung Transplantation Technique

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Chapter 142, Supraclavicular Approach for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

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Amit Bhargava, MD

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Attending Thoracic Surgeon, Montefiore Medical Center

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Assistant Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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New York, New York

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Chapter 146, Thoracoscopic Sympathectomy for Hyperhidrosis and Vasomotor Disorders

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Thomas J. Birdas, MD

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Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery

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Indiana University School of Medicine

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Indianapolis, Indiana

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Chapter 132, Fibrothorax and Decortication

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Costas S. Bizekis, MD

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Assistant Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Director of Esophageal Surgery Program

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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NYU Langone Medical Center

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New York, New York

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Chapter 120, Thoracoscopy with Intrapleural Sclerosis for Malignant Pleural Effusion

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Justin D. Blasberg, MD

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Department of Surgery

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University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics

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University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

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Madison, Wisconsin

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Chapter 48, Management of Esophageal Perforation

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Ayesha S. Bryant, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Alabama

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Birmingham, Alabama

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Chapter 128, Pneumothorax and Pneumomediastinum

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Raphael Bueno, MD

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Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Vice Chair of Surgery for Cancer and Translational Research

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Professor of Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 14, Esophagoscopy

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Chapter 39, Nissen Fundoplication

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Chapter 42, Management of Shortened Esophagus

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Chapter 43, Management of the Failed Reflux Operation

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Chapter 44, Techniques for Dilation of Benign Esophageal Stricture

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Chapter 56, Use of Tracheobronchial Stents

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Robert Burakoff, MD, MPH, FACG, FACP, AGAF

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Clinical Chief, Division of Gastroenterology

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Associate Professor of Medicine

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Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 33, Overview of Esophageal Motility Disorders

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Bryan M. Burt, MD

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Assistant Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Stanford University Medical Center

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Stanford, California

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Chapter 78, Pulmonary Metastasectomy

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Charles E. Butler, MD

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Professor with Tenure

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Director of Graduate Medical Education Programs

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Department of Plastic Surgery

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University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Houston, Texas

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Chapter 138, Options for Soft Tissue Chest Wall Reconstruction

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John G. Byrne, MD, MBA

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Lawrence H. Cohn Professor of Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Chief, Division of Cardiac Surgery

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 81, Cardiopulmonary Bypass for Extended Thoracic Resections

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Phillip C. Camp, Jr., MD

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Director, Transplant Administration

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Associate Medical Director, New England Organ Bank

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Director, Lung Transplant Program

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Administrative Director, ECMO Program

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Associate Program Director, CT Residency

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Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 108, Overview of Lung Transplantation with Anatomy and Pathophysiology

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Chapter 111, Medical Management of Lung Transplant Patients

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Chapter 130, Management of Acute Bronchopleural Fistula

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Stephanie Cardarella, MD

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Instructor, Harvard Medical School

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Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 89, Adjuvant and Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy

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Shamus R. Carr, MD

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Associate Chief of Thoracic Surgery

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Assistant Professor

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Maryland School of Medicine

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Baltimore, Maryland

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Chapter 73, Segmentectomy for Primary Lung Cancer

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Chapter 134, Overview of Chest Wall and Sternal Tumors

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Giorgio Cavallesco, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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U.O. di Chirurgia Generale e Toracica

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University of Ferrara

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Ferrara, Italy

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Chapter 90, Overview of Benign Lung Disease: Anatomy and Pathophysiology

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Robert James Cerfolio, MD, MBA

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Chief of Thoracic Surgery at University of Alabama at Birmingham

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James Estes Endowed Chair of Lung Cancer Research

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Birmingham, Alabama

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Chapter 128, Pneumothorax and Pneumomediastinum

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Walter W. Chan, MD, MPH

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Director, Center for Gastrointestinal Motility

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Assistant Professor of Medicine

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Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 33, Overview of Esophageal Motility Disorders

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Andrew C.Chang, MD

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Associate Professor and Head, Section of Thoracic Surgery

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John Alexander Distinguished Professor

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University of Michigan Medical School

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Chapter 170, Genomics, Molecular Markers, and Targeted Therapies in Esophageal Cancer

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Albert S.Y. Chang, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Division of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

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Duke University School of Medicine

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Raleigh, North Carolina

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Chapter 58, Surgical Repair of Congenital and Acquired Tracheoesophageal Fistulas

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Michael Y. Chang, MD, MPH

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Department of Surgery

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Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

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Los Angeles, California

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Chapter 156, Cervical Mediastinoscopy and Anterior Mediastinotomy

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Chapter 49, Blunt and Penetrating Esophageal Trauma

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Lucian R. Chirieac, MD

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Associate Professor of Pathology

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Harvard Medical School

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Pathologist

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 69, Role of the Pathologist and Pathology-Specific Treatment of Lung Cancer

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Gary W. Chmielewski, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Rush University

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Department of Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery

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Rush University Medical Center

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Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 164, Resection of Patients with Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

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Michael H. Cho, MD, MPH

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Member, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Division and Channing Division of Network Medicine

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 97, Overview of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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Leigh-Anne Cioffredi, MD, MPH

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Resident

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University of North Carolina School of Medicine

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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Georgetown University School of Medicine

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Washington, District of Columbia

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Chapter 117, Systemic Chemotherapy for Mesothelioma

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Daniel M. Cohen, MD

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Chief of Thoracic Surgery, Veteran's Administration Hospital

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Attending Thoracic Surgeon, Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 83, Management of Hemoptysis in Lung Cancer

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Chapter 105, Adjuvant Surgery for Tuberculosis

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Chapter 141, Surgical Repair of Complex (Recurrent) Pectus Excavatum in Adults

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Yolonda L. Colson, MD, PhD

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Professor of Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Associate Administrative Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 54, Tracheostomy

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Chapter 104, Role of the Thoracic Surgeon in the Diagnosis of Interstitial Lung Disease

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Chapter 155, Overview of Benign and Malignant Mediastinal Disease

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Chapter 168, Sentinel Node Mapping in Lung Cancer

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Chapter 171, Nanoparticle Therapy in Lung Cancer

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Carolyn E. Come, MD, MPH

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Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 101, Endoscopic Approaches for Treatment of Emphysema

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William A. Cook, MD

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Thoracic and Cardiac Surgeon

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North Andover, Massachusetts

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Chapter 106, Thoracoplasty for Tuberculosis

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Willy Coosemans, MD

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University Hospitals Leuven

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Department of Thoracic Surgery

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Leuven, Belgium

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Chapter 18, Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy

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Chapter 40, Other Reflux Procedures (Toupet, Dor, and Hill)

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Joseph M. Corson, MD

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Professor of Pathology

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Department of Pathology

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 115, Pathology of Pleural Malignant Mesothelioma

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Daniel Geraldo Cuadrado, MD

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Surgeon

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Madigan Army Medical Center

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Tacoma, Washington

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Chapter 81, Cardiopulmonary Bypass for Extended Thoracic Resections

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Marcelo Cypel, MD, MSc

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Canada Research Chair in Lung Transplantation

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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University of Toronto

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Canada Research Chair in Lung Transplantation (Tier 2)

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Thoracic Surgeon, University Health Network

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Toronto

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Chapter 172, Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion

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Harry J. D'Agostino, Jr., MD

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Associate Professor, Department of Surgery

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Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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College of Medicine

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University of Florida

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Jacksonville, Florida

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Chapter 160, Radical Transsternal Thymectomy

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Jonathan C. Daniel, MD

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Thoracic Surgeon

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Providence Cancer Center

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Providence Portland Medical Center

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Providence St. Vincent Medical Center

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Portland, Oregon

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Chapter 141, Surgical Repair of Complex (Recurrent) Pectus Excavatum in Adults

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Marcelo C. DaSilva, MD

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Chief of Thoracic Surgery

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Loyola University Medical Center - Chicago

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Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery and General Surgery

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Stritch School of Medicine

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Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 123, Intracavitary Hyperthermic Chemotherapy for Malignant Mesothelioma

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Chapter 137, Chest Wall Stabilization and Novel Closures of the Chest

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Paul De Leyn, MD, PhD

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Professor of Surgery

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KU Leuven University

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Thoracic Surgeon

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University Hospitals Leuven

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Leuven, Belgium

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Chapter 73, Segmentectomy for Primary Lung Cancer

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Herbert Decaluwé, MD

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Thoracic Surgeon

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University Hospitals Leuven

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Leuven, Belgium

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Chapter 73, Segmentectomy for Primary Lung Cancer

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Malcolm M. DeCamp, MD

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Fowler McCormick Professor of Surgery

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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Northwestern Memorial Hospital

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Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 38, Belsey-Mark IV Fundoplication/Collis Gastroplasty

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Chapter 64, Resection of the Carina

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Steven R. DeMeester, MD

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Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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University of Southern California School of Medicine

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Los Angeles, California

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Chapter 30, Resection of Esophageal Diverticula

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Todd L. Demmy, MD

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Chair, Department of Thoracic Surgery

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Roswell Park Cancer Institute

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Buffalo, New York

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Chapter 86, Management of Superficial Central Airway Lung Cancers

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Claude Deschamps, MD

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Professor of Surgery

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University of Vermont

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Burlington, Vermont

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Chapter 46, Techniques for Repair of Paraesophageal Hiatal Hernia

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Phillip M. Devlin, MD

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Chief, Division of Brachytherapy

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Institute Physician, Dana Farber Cancer Institute

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Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology

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Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 88, Innovative Radiation Techniques: Role of Brachytherapy and Intraoperative Radiotherapy in Treatment of Lung Cancer

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Enrique Diaz-Guzman, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Medical Director, Lung Transplant Program

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University of Kentucky

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Lexington, Kentucky

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Chapter 113, Artificial Lung

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Miguel J. Divo, MD

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Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

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Associate Physician, Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 7, Mechanical Ventilation

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Christopher T. Ducko, MD

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Instructor in Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Thoracic Surgeon

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 76, Radical Lymphadenectomy

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Chapter 133, Surgical Management of Chylothorax

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Chapter 152, Diaphragm Pacing

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André Duranceau, MD

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Department of Surgery

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Université de Montréal

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal

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Montreal, Québec, Canada

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Chapter 32, Complications of Esophageal Surgery

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Michael I. Ebright, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery

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Section of Thoracic Surgery

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Columbia University Medical Center

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New York, New York

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Chapter 10, Overview of Esophageal and Proximal Stomach Malignancy

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Chapter 24, Esophageal Malignancy: Palliative Options and Procedures

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Christian Ell, MD

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Chief, Department of Medicine

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Professor of Medicine

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Sana Klinikum Offenbach

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Offenbach am Main, Germany

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Chapter 173, Endoscopic Resection Techniques

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Armin Ernst, MD

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President and Chief Executive Officer

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Reliant Medical Group

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Worcester, Massachusetts

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Chapter 67, Ablative Endoscopic Therapy for Endobronchial Lesions

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Chapter 127, Medical Management of Nonmalignant Pleural Effusions

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Christopher H. Fanta, MD

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Member, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Division, Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Director, Partners Asthma Center

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Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 97, Overview of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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Alexander S. Farivar, MD

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Attending, Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Swedish Cancer Institute and Medical Center

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Seattle, Washington

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Chapter 157, Resection of Substernal Goiter

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Mark K. Ferguson, MD

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Professor, Department of Surgery and the Cancer Research Center

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Head, Thoracic Surgery Service

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Director, Residency Program in Cardiothoracic Surgery

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University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences

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Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 28, Overview: Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Benign Esophageal Disease

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Chapter 29, Resection of Benign Tumors of the Esophagus

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Hiran C. Fernando, MD

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Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Boston University School of Medicine

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 24, Esophageal Malignancy: Palliative Options and Procedures

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Pasquale Ferraro, MD

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Department of Surgery

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Université de Montréal

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal

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Montreal, Québec, Canada

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Chapter 32, Complications of Esophageal Surgery

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Neil A. Fine, MD

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Associate Clinical Professor

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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Northwestern Specialists in Plastic Surgery

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Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 138, Options for Soft Tissue Chest Wall Reconstruction

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Raja M. Flores, MD

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Ames Professor of Thoracic Surgery

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Chairman, Department of Thoracic Surgery

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Mount Sinai Health System

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New York, New York

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Chapter 121, Pleurectomy and Decortication for Malignant Pleural Diseases

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Joseph S. Friedberg, MD

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Chief of Thoracic Surgery

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PENN Presbyterian Medical Center

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Chapter 60, Overview

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Chapter 62, Techniques of Tracheal Resection

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Chapter 73, Segmentectomy for Primary Lung Cancer

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Chapter 124, Photodynamic Therapy in the Management of Pleural Tumors

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Anne L. Fuhlbrigge, MD, MS

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Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 4, Preoperative Evaluation of Thoracic Surgery Patient

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Ziv Gamliel, MD

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Maryland

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St. Joseph Medical Group

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Towson, Maryland

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Chapter 16, Transhiatal Esophagectomy

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Sidhu P. Gangadharan, MD

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Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery and Interventional Pulmonology

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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 38, Belsey-Mark IV Fundoplication/Collis Gastroplasty

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Chapter 126, Overview of Benign Pleural Conditions: Anatomy and Physiology of Pleura

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Chapter 162, Neurogenic Tumors of the Posterior Mediastinum

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Gary A.J. Gelfand, MD, MSc, FRCSC

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Calgary

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Foothills Medical Centre

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Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Chapter 147, Surgical Treatment of Chest Wall Infections

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Ritu R. Gill, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Radiology

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Harvard Medical School

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Division of Thoracic Radiology

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Denis M.Gilmore, MD

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 168, Sentinel Node Mapping in Lung Cancer

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John J. Godleski, MD

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Associate Professor of Pathology

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Department of Pathology

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 115, Pathology of Pleural Malignant Mesothelioma

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Hilary J. Goldberg, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Medicine

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Harvard Medical School

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Associate Physician

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 111, Medical Management of Lung Transplant Patients

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David B. Graham, MAJ USAF, MD

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Cardiothoracic Surgeon

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San Antonio Military Medical Center

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Joint Base San Antonio

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Fort Sam Houston

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San Antonio, Texas

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Chapter 166, Robotics: Esophagectomy

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Kimberly S. Grant, MD

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Department of Surgery

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University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine

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Los Angeles, California

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Chapter 30, Resection of Esophageal Diverticula

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Mark W. Grinstaff, PhD

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Distinguished Professor of Translational Research 

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Professor of Biomedical Engineering

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Professor of Chemistry

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Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

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Director, NIH T32 Program in Translational Research in Biomaterials

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Director, Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology

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Boston University

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Chapter 171, Nanoparticle Therapy in Lung Cancer

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Sean C. Grondin, MPH, MD, FRCSC

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Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Calgary

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Foothills Medical Centre

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Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Chapter 147, Surgical Treatment of Chest Wall Infections

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William Grossi, MD

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Thoracic Surgeon

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U.O. di Chirurgia Generale e Toracica

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University of Ferrara

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Ferrara, Italy

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Chapter 90, Overview of Benign Lung Disease: Anatomy and Pathophysiology

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Timothy M. Haffey, MD

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Head and Neck Institute

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Cleveland Clinic Foundation

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Cleveland, Ohio

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Chapter 63, Subglottic Resection of the Airway

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Zane T. Hammoud, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Wayne State University School of Medicine

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Detroit, Michigan

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Chapter 53, Overview of Benign Disorders of the Upper Airways

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David H. Harpole, Jr., MD

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Professor of Surgery

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Duke University Medical Center

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Durham, North Carolina

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Chapter 82, Bronchopleural Fistula after Pneumonectomy

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Philip M. Hartigan, MD

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Assistant Professor of Anaesthesia

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Harvard Medical School

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Director of Thoracic Anesthesia

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Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 5, Anesthesia Management

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Jona Hattangadi-Gluth, MD

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Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

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University of California, San Diego

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San Diego, California

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Chapter 27, Radiation Therapy in the Management of Esophageal Cancer

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W. Hardy Hendren III, MD

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Honorary Surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital

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Robert E. Gross, Distinguished Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School

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Chief of Surgery, Emeritus, Childrens Hospital Boston

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Boston, Massachustts

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Chapter 51, Congenital Disorders of the Esophagus in Infants and Children

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Mark W. Hennon, MD

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Roswell Park Cancer Institute

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Buffalo, New York

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Chapter 91, Benign Lung Masses

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Roy S. Herbst, MD, PhD

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Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center

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Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven

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Yale School of Medicine

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New Haven, Connecticut

++

Chapter 169, Genomics, Molecular Markers, and Targeted Therapies in Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer

++

Marcelo W. Hinojosa, MD

++

Acting Instructor

++

Department of Surgery

++

University of Washington

++

Seattle, Washington

++

Chapter 34, Esophagocardiomyotomy for Achalasia (Heller)

++

Wayne Hofstetter, MD

++

Associate Professor of Surgery

++

Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

++

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

++

Houston, Texas

++

Chapter 23, Options for Esophageal Replacement

++

Edward Hong, MD

++

General Surgeon, Thoracic Surgeon

++

Chicago, Illinois

++

Chapter 70, Techniques for Staging and Restaging of Lung Cancer

++

Charles W. Hoopes, MD

++

Associate Professor of Surgery

++

Alexander Gill Professor of Thoracic Surgery

++

Director, Comprehensive Transplant Institute

++

University of Kentucky

++

Lexington, Kentucky

++

Chapter 113, Artificial Lung

++

Nicholas C. Issa, MD

++

Instructor in Medicine

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Infectious Disease Specialist

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 102, Lung Infections and Interstitial Lung Disease: Overview and General Approach

++

Yoshimi Iwanuma, MD

++

Associate Professor

++

Department of Esophageal and Gastroenterological Surgery

++

Juntendo University Hospital

++

Tokyo, Japan

++

Chapter 20, Three-Field Esophagectomy

++

David M. Jackman, MD

++

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

++

Medical Director of Clinical Pathways, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 117, Systemic Chemotherapy for Mesothelioma

++

Francine L. Jacobson, MD, MPH

++

Assistant Professor of Radiology

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Division of Thoracic Radiology

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 3, Chest Imaging: Role of CT, PET/CT, and MRI

++

Michael T. Jaklitsch, MD

++

Associate Professor of Surgery

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 2, Thoracic Incisions

++

Chapter 76, Radical Lymphadenectomy

++

Chapter 78, Pulmonary Metastasectomy

++

Chapter 83, Management of Hemoptysis in Lung Cancer

++

Chapter 114, Overview and Historical Context of Malignant Pleural Diseases

++

Chapter 145, Thrombosis of the Subclavian Vein: Paget–Schroetter Syndrome

++

Chapter 149, Incision, Resection, and Replacement of the Diaphragm

++

Chapter 150, Plication of the Diaphragm from Above

++

Chapter 159, Thoracoscopic Approach to Thymectomy with Advice on Patients with Myasthenia Gravis

++

Bruce E. Johnson, MD

++

Professor of Medicine

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology

++

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 89, Adjuvant and Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy

++

David R. Jones, MD

++

Chief, Thoracic Service

++

Professor, Department of Surgery

++

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

++

New York, New York

++

Chapter 132, Fibrothorax and Decortication

++

Yoshiaki Kajiyama, MD

++

Professor

++

Department of Esophageal and Gastroenterological Surgery

++

Juntendo University Hospital

++

Tokyo, Japan

++

Chapter 20, Three-Field Esophagectomy

++

Robert J. Keenan, MD

++

Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Temple University

++

Division Director, Thoracic Surgery

++

Allegheny Health Network

++

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

++

Chapter 132, Fibrothorax and Decortication

++

Steven M. Keller, MD

++

Director of Thoracic Surgery

++

Weiler Hospital

++

Montefiore Medical Center

++

Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

++

New York, New York

++

Chapter 146, Thoracoscopic Sympathectomy for Hyperhidrosis and Vasomotor Disorders

++

Kemp H. Kernstine Sr., MD, PhD

++

Professor and Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

++

Dallas, Texas

++

Chapter 166, Robotics: Esophagectomy

++

Shaf Keshavjee, MD

++

Surgeon in Chief, University Health Network

++

James Wallace McCutcheon Chair in Surgery

++

Professor, Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

University of Toronto

++

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

++

Chapter 158, Transcervical Thymectomy

++

Chapter 172, Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion

++

Mark J. Krasna, MD

++

Medical Director, Oncology

++

Meridian Cancer Care

++

Jersey Shore University Medical Center

++

Neptune, New Jersey

++

Chapter 10, Overview of Esophageal and Proximal Stomach Malignancy

++

Chapter 16, Transhiatal Esophagectomy

++

Chapter 22, Left Transthoracic Esophagectomy (Ellis)

++

Chapter 79, Resection of Bronchogenic Carcinoma with Oligometastatic Disease

++

Chapter 80, Pancoast Syndrome: Extended Resection in Superior Pulmonary Sulcus and Anterior Approach

++

Eric S. Lambright, MD

++

Assistant Professor

++

Department of Thoracic Surgery

++

Surgical Director, Lung Transplant

++

Chief of Thoracic Surgery, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Nashville

++

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

++

Nashville, Tennessee

++

Chapter 81, Cardiopulmonary Bypass for Extended Thoracic Resections

++

Rodney J. Landreneau, MD

++

Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery, Clinical Program Development

++

Chief, General Thoracic Surgery

++

Medical Director, Ochsner Cancer Institute

++

Ochsner Medical Center

++

New Orleans, Louisiana

++

Chapter 77, Open and VATS Wedge Resection for Lung Cancer

++

Chapter 107, Surgical Approaches for Chronic Empyema and for Management of Chronic Bronchopleural Fistula

++

Chapter 144, Thoracoscopic First Rib Resection with Dorsal Sympathectomy

++

Marzia Leacche, MD

++

Assistant Professor of Surgery

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Staff Surgeon

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 81, Cardiopulmonary Bypass for Extended Thoracic Resections

++

Abraham Lebenthal, MD

++

Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

West Roxbury VA Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 9, Techniques for Pleural Drainage and Chest Tube Management

++

Chapter 15, Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy

++

Chapter 39, Nissen Fundoplication

++

Chapter 42, Management of Shortened Esophagus

++

Chapter 43, Management of the Failed Reflux Operation

++

Chapter 47, Treating Traumatic Chest Injuries in a Limited Resource Setting

++

Jay M. Lee, MD

++

Associate Professor of Surgery

++

David Geffen School of Medicine/UCLA

++

Chief, Thoracic Surgery

++

Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Center

++

Los Angeles, California

++

Chapter 122, Extrapleural Pneumonectomy for Pleural Malignancies

++

Chapter 136, Sternal and Clavicular Chest Wall Resection and Reconstruction

++

Jacqueline J. Lee, MD

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Geisinger Health System

++

Scranton, Pennsylvania

++

Chapter 139, Overview: Benign Disorders of Chest Wall

++

Paul C. Lee, MD

++

Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Weill-Cornell Medical College

++

New York, New York

++

Chapter 166, Robotics: Esophagectomy

++

Toni Lerut, MD, PhD

++

Emeritus Professor in Surgery and Emeritus Chairman, Department of Thoracic Surgery

++

The Huub and Imelda Spierings Chair in Thoracic and Esophageal Surgery

++

University Hospital Gasthuisberg

++

Leuven, Belgium

++

Chapter 13, Surgical Approach to Esophagogastric Junction Cancers

++

Chapter 18, Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy

++

Chapter 40, Other Reflux Procedures (Toupet, Dor, and Hill)

++

Chapter 46, Techniques for Repair of Paraesophageal Hiatal Hernia

++

Zhigang Li, MD

++

Assistant Professor of Surgery, The Second Military Medical University

++

Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

++

Changhai Hospital

++

Shanghai, China

++

Chapter 26, Salvage Surgery for Recurrent Esophageal Cancer

++

Moishe Liberman, MD, PhD

++

Department of Surgery

++

Université de Montréal

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal

++

Montreal, Québec, Canada

++

Chapter 33, Overview of Esophageal Motility Disorders

++

Jules Lin, MD

++

Assistant Professor, Section of Thoracic Surgery

++

Surgical Director of Lung Transplant

++

Department of Surgery

++

University of Michigan Medical School

++

Ann Arbor, Michigan

++

Chapter 170, Genomics, Molecular Markers, and Targeted Therapies in Esophageal Cancer

++

Philip A. Linden, MD

++

Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Associate Professor of Surgery

++

Case Western Reserve School of Medicine

++

Cleveland, Ohio

++

Chief, Division of Thoracic and Esophageal Surgery

++

University Hospitals Case Medical Center

++

Cleveland, Ohio

++

Chapter 37, Overview: Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Esophageal Reflux Disease

++

Chapter 133, Surgical Management of Chylothorax

++

Bradley C. Linden, MD

++

Department of Surgery

++

Boston Children's Hospital

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 153, Long-Term Outcomes After a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Repair: Implications for Adult Thoracic Surgeons

++

Michael J. Liptay, MD

++

The Mary and John Bent Professor and Chairperson

++

Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

++

Rush University Medical Center

++

Chicago, Illinois

++

Chapter 53, Overview of Benign Disorders of the Upper Airways

++

Chapter 70, Techniques for Staging and Restaging of Lung Cancer

++

Chapter 164, Resection of Patients with Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

++

Chapter 168, Sentinel Node Mapping in Lung Cancer

++

Gregory M. Loewen, DO

++

Spokane Respiratory Consultants, Pulmonary Oncologist

++

Spokane, Washington

++

Chapter 86, Management of Superficial Central Airway Lung Cancers

++

Robert R. Lorenz, MD

++

Staff Physician, Head and Neck Institute

++

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

++

Cleveland, Ohio

++

Chapter 63, Subglottic Resection of the Airway

++

Brian E. Louie, MD, MHA, MPH, FRCSC

++

Director, Thoracic Research and Education

++

Co-Director, Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery Program

++

Asst. Program Director, MIS Thoracic and Esophageal Fellowships

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Swedish Cancer Institute

++

Seattle, Washington

++

Chapter 36, Esophagectomy for Primary or Secondary Motility Disorders

++

Jeanne M. Lukanich, MD

++

Baystate Thoracic Surgery

++

Baystate Medical Center

++

Springfield, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 50, Surgical Management of Corrosive Injury to the Esophagus

++

James D. Luketich, MD

++

Henry T. Bahnson Professor and Chairman Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

++

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

++

Chapter 15, Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy

++

Chapter 107, Surgical Approaches for Chronic Empyema and for Management of Chronic Bronchopleural Fistula

++

Susan E. Mackinnon, MD, FRCS(C)

++

Sydney M. Shoenberg, Jr. and Robert H. Shoenberg Professor, Surgery

++

Chief, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

++

Department of Surgery

++

Washington University School of Medicine

++

Barnes-Jewish Hospital

++

St. Louis, Missouri

++

Chapter 142, Supraclavicular Approach for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

++

Mitchell J. Magee, MD

++

Cardiopulmonary Research Science and Technology Institute

++

Medical City Dallas Hospital

++

Dallas, Texas

++

Chapter 25, Management of Malignant Esophageal Fistula

++

Raymond H. Mak, MD

++

Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology

++

Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 87, Neoadjuvant and Adjuvant Radiation Therapy in Lung Cancer

++

Harvey Mamon, MD, PhD

++

Clinical Director, Department of Radiation Oncology

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Dana Farber Cancer Institute

++

Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 27, Radiation Therapy in the Management of Esophageal Cancer

++

Jeremiah T. Martin, MD, MB BCh

++

Assistant Professor of Surgery

++

University of Kentucky

++

Lexington, Kentucky

++

Chapter 113, Artificial Lung

++

David P. Mason, MD

++

Department of Thoracic Surgery

++

Baylor University Medical Center

++

Dallas, Texas

++

Chapter 58, Surgical Repair of Congenital and Acquired Tracheoesophageal Fistulas

++

Chapter 75, Sleeve Resection/Bronchoplasty for Lung Cancer

++

Douglas J. Mathisen, MD

++

Hermes Grillo Professor of Surgery

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Massachusetts General Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 21, Left Thoracoabdominal Approach

++

David C. Mauchley, MD

++

Resident, Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

University of Colorado

++

Denver School of Medicine

++

Aurora, Colorado

++

Chapter 94, Surgery for Bronchiectasis

++

Shannon S. McKenna, MD

++

Medical Director

++

Thoracic Surgical Intensive Care Unit

++

Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 6, Critical Care for the Thoracic Surgery Patient

++

Ciaran J. McNamee, MD

++

Instructor in Surgery

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Attending Thoracic Surgeon, Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chief of Thoracic Surgery

++

Milford Hospital

++

Milford, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 9, Techniques for Pleural Drainage and Chest Tube Management

++

Chapter 68, Overview of Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Lung Cancer

++

Chapter 103, Surgical Treatment of Thoracic Fungal Infections

++

Chapter 105, Adjuvant Surgery for Tuberculosis

++

Chapter 129, Benign Tumors of the Pleura

++

Chapter 161, Resection of Benign Anterior and Middle Mediastinal Cysts and Tumors

++

Chapter 163, Malignant Primary Anterior Mediastinal Tumors

++

Steven J. Mentzer, MD

++

Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School

++

Associate Surgeon, Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 8, Postoperative Management

++

Chapter 59, Tracheobronchial Injuries

++

Chapter 61, Bronchoscopy, Rigid and Flexible

++

Chapter 108, Overview of Lung Transplantation with Anatomy and Pathophysiology

++

Chapter 130, Management of Acute Bronchopleural Fistula

++

Chapter 156, Cervical Mediastinoscopy and Anterior Mediastinotomy

++

Carlos M. Mery, MD, MPH

++

Assistant Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics

++

Baylor College of Medicine

++

Associate Surgeon, Congenital Heart Surgery

++

Texas Children's Hospital

++

Houston, Texas

++

Chapter 78, Pulmonary Metastasectomy

++

Bryan F. Meyers, MD

++

Patrick and Joy Williamson Professor of Surgery

++

Washington University School of Medicine

++

Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Washington University

++

St. Louis, Missouri

++

Chapter 99, Lung Volume Reduction Surgery

++

Chapter 112, Management of Surgical Complications of Lung Transplantation

++

John D. Mitchell, MD

++

Professor and Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine

++

Aurora, Colorado

++

Chapter 94, Surgery for Bronchiectasis

++

Biren P. Modi, MD

++

Department of Surgery

++

Boston Children's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 52, Minimally Invasive Techniques for Esophageal Repair

++

J. Ernesto Molina, MD, PhD

++

Professor of Surgery

++

University of Minnesota Medical School

++

Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Minneapolis, Minnesota

++

Chapter 145, Thrombosis of the Subclavian Vein: Paget-Schroetter Syndrome

++

Daniel Morgensztern, MD

++

Associate Professor, Division of Medical Oncology

++

University of Washington School of Medicine

++

St. Louis, Missouri

++

Chapter 169, Genomics, Molecular Markers, and Targeted Therapies in Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer

++

Christopher R. Morse, MD

++

Assistant Professor of Surgery

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Thoracic Surgery

++

Massachusetts General Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 21, Left Thoracoabdominal Approach

++

Aneil A. Mujoomdar, MD, FRCS

++

Thoracic Surgeon

++

Moncton Hospital

++

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

++

Chapter 139, Overview: Benign Disorders of Chest Wall

++

Sudish C. Murthy, MD, PhD

++

Surgical Director, Center of Major Airway Disease

++

Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

++

Cleveland Clinic

++

Cleveland, Ohio

++

Chapter 55, Endoscopic Treatments for Benign Major Upper Airways Disease

++

Chapter 75, Sleeve Resection/Bronchoplasty for Lung Cancer

++

Subhakar Mutyala, MD

++

Radiation Oncology

++

Scott and White Memorial Hospital

++

Bronx, New York

++

Chapter 88, Innovative Radiation Techniques: Role of Brachytherapy and Intraoperative Radiotherapy in Treatment of Lung Cancer

++

Philippe Nafteux, MD

++

Clinical Head

++

Department of Thoracic Surgery

++

University Hospital Gasthuisberg

++

Leuven, Belgium

++

Chapter 13, Surgical Approach to Esophagogastric Junction Cancers

++

Chapter 18, Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy

++

Chapter 40, Other Reflux Procedures (Toupet, Dor, and Hill)

++

Chaitan K. Narsule, MD

++

Tufts Medical Center

++

Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 24, Esophageal Malignancy: Palliative Options and Procedures

++

Daniel G. Nicastri, MD

++

Thoracic Surgeon

++

LCDR, MC, U.S. Navy

++

Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda, Maryland

++

Assistant Professor

++

Department of Surgery

++

Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences Bethesda, Maryland

++

Chapter 65, Mediastinal Tracheostomy

++

Chapter 74, VATS Lobectomy

++

Michael S. Nussbaum, MD

++

Professor and Chair

++

Department of Surgery

++

University of Florida College of Medicine—Jacksonville

++

Surgeon-in-Chief, Shands Jacksonville

++

Jacksonville, Florida

++

Chapter 160, Radical Transsternal Thymectomy

++

Chumy E. Nwogu, MD

++

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

++

Elm and Carlton Streets

++

Buffalo, New York

++

Chapter 91, Benign Lung Masses

++

David D. Odell, MD, MMSc

++

Assistant Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

++

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

++

Chapter 38, Belsey-Mark IV Fundoplication/Collis Gastroplasty

++

Robert D. Odze, MD, FRCPc

++

Chief, Gastrointestinal Pathology

++

Professor of Pathology

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 11, Pathology of Esophageal Cancer

++

Brant K. Oelschlager, MD

++

Byers Endowed Professor of Surgery

++

University of Washington

++

Byers Endowed Professor of Esophageal Research

++

Chief, Gastrointestinal and General Surgery and Center for Videoendoscopic Surgery

++

Department of Surgery

++

University of Washington

++

Seattle, Washington

++

Chapter 34, Esophagocardiomyotomy for Achalasia (Heller)

++

Chapter 41, Surgery and Endoscopic Interventions for Barrett's Esophagus

++

Daniel S. Oh, MD

++

Assistant Professor of Surgery

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

University of Southern California

++

Los Angeles, California

++

Chapter 129, Benign Tumors of the Pleura

++

Kazunori Okabe, MD

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

National Hospital Organization

++

Yamaguchi Ube Medical Center

++

Ube, Yamaguchi, Japan

++

Chapter 92, Bronchoplasty for Benign Lung Lesions

++

Isabelle Opitz, MD

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

University Hospital Zurich

++

Zürich, Switzerland

++

Chapter 125, Induction Chemotherapy Followed by Surgery for Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma

++

Dennis P. Orgill, MD, PhD

++

Vice Chairman for Quality Improvement

++

Department of Surgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 138, Options for Soft Tissue Chest Wall Reconstruction

++

Bernard J. Park, MD

++

Deputy Chief of Clinical Affairs, Thoracic Service

++

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

++

New York, New York

++

Chapter 164, Resection of Patients with Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

++

Chapter 165, Robotics: Lobectomy

++

Chapter 167, Robotics: Thymectomy

++

Jennifer Paruch, MD

++

Department of Surgery

++

University of Chicago

++

Chicago, Illinois

++

Chapter 28, Overview: Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Benign Esophageal Disease

++

Chapter 29, Resection of Benign Tumors of the Esophagus

++

Ital M. Pashtan, MD

++

Radiation Oncologist

++

Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 88, Innovative Radiation Techniques: Role of Brachytherapy and Intraoperative Radiotherapy in Treatment of Lung Cancer

++

Harvey I. Pass, MD

++

Professor and Chief Thoracic Oncology

++

New York University Medical Center

++

New York, New York

++

Chapter 120, Thoracoscopy with Intrapleural Sclerosis for Malignant Pleural Effusion

++

Amit N. Patel, MD

++

Associate Professor of Surgery (Tenured)

++

University of Utah

++

Salt Lake City, Utah

++

Chapter 143, Thoracic Outlet Syndromes

++

Chapter 144, Thoracoscopic First Rib Resection with Dorsal Sympathectomy

++

G. Alexander Patterson, MD

++

Joseph C. Bancroft Professor of Surgery

++

Division of Cardiothoracic

++

Washington University School of Medicine

++

St. Louis, MO

++

Chapter 109, Lung Transplantation Technique

++

Chapter 142, Supraclavicular Approach for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

++

Subroto Paul, MD, MPH

++

Associate Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Associate Professor of Health Policy and Research in Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

++

Weill Cornell Medical College

++

New York Presbyterian Hospital

++

Chapter 31, Techniques and Indications for Esophageal Exclusion

++

Chapter 49, Blunt and Penetrating Esophageal Trauma

++

Chapter 54, Tracheostomy

++

Chapter 104, Role of the Thoracic Surgeon in the Diagnosis of Interstitial Lung Disease

++

Chapter 119, Nonoperative Treatment of Malignant Pleural Effusions

++

Olliver Pech, MD

++

Head of Gastroenterology and Interventional Endoscopy

++

St. John of God Hospital

++

Regensburg, Germany

++

Chapter 173, Endoscopic Resection Techniques

++

Brian L. Pettiford, MD

++

Thoracic Surgeon

++

Good Samaritan Hospital

++

York, Pennsylvania

++

Chapter 107, Surgical Approaches for Chronic Empyema and for Management of Chronic Bronchopleural Fistula

++

Christian G. Peyre, MD

++

Assistant Professor of Surgery

++

Division of Thoracic and Foregut Surgery

++

University of Rochester

++

New York, New York

++

Chapter 17, Three-Hole Esophagectomy: The Brigham and Women's Hospital Approach

++

Victor Pinto-Plata, MD

++

Director Pulmonary Function Laboratory

++

Staff Physician-Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Lecturer in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 4, Preoperative Evaluation of Thoracic Surgery Patient

++

J. Mark Pool, MD

++

Cardiac and Thoracic Surgeon

++

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital

++

Dallas, Texas

++

Chapter 143, Thoracic Outlet Syndromes

++

Siva Rija, MD, PhD

++

Cleveland Clinic

++

Cleveland, Ohio

++

Chapter 55, Endoscopic Treatments for Benign Major Upper Airways Disease

++

Chapter 58, Surgical Repair of Congenital and Acquired Tracheoesophageal Fistulas

++

Chapter 75, Sleeve Resection/Bronchoplasty for Lung Cancer

++

Yael Refaely, MD

++

Thoracic Surgeon

++

Head of Thoracic Surgery

++

Soroka Medical Center

++

Senior Lecturer at the Ben Gurion University

++

Beer Sheva

++

Israel

++

Chapter 134, Overview of Chest Wall and Sternal Tumors

++

Thomas W. Rice, MD

++

The Karen and Daniel Lee Endowed Chair in Thoracic Surgery

++

Professor of Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University

++

Head, Section of General Thoracic Surgery

++

Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

++

Heart and Vascular Institute

++

Cleveland Clinic

++

Cleveland, Ohio

++

Chapter 12, Esophageal Cancer Staging

++

Chapter 26, Salvage Surgery for Recurrent Esophageal Cancer

++

Chapter 66, Cancers of the Upper Aero-digestive Tract: Cervical Exenteration

++

William G. Richards, PhD

++

Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School

++

Research Associate, Surgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 116, Mesothelioma Staging

++

John R. Roberts, MD, MBA

++

Tri-Star Thoracic

++

Sarah Cannon Cancer Center

++

Nashville, Tennessee

++

Chapter 71, The Five Lobectomies

++

Chapter 72, Pneumonectomy

++

Loring W. Rue, III, MD

++

Professor and Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs

++

Director, Division of Trauma, Burns and Surgical Critical Care

++

John H. Blue Chair in General Surgery

++

University of Alabama at Birmingham

++

Senior Vice President, Quality, Patient Safety and Clinical Effectiveness

++

UAB Health System

++

Birmingham, Alabama

++

Chapter 154, Acute and Chronic Traumatic Rupture of the Diaphragm

++

Mirco Santini, MD

++

Staff Surgeon

++

U.O. di Chirurgia Generale e Toracica

++

Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria S. Anna

++

Ferrara, Italy

++

Chapter 90, Overview of Benign Lung Disease: Anatomy and Pathophysiology

++

Mandeep Singh Saund, MBBS

++

Clinical Fellow

++

Division of Thoracic Surgery

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 156, Cervical Mediastinoscopy and Anterior Mediastinotomy

++

Matthew P. Schenker, MD

++

Assistant Professor of Radiology

++

Harvard Medical School

++

Brigham and Women's Hospital

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

Chapter 131, Percutaneous Therapy for Traumatic Chylothorax

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Matthew J. Schuchert, MD

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Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Chapter 77, Open and VATS Wedge Resection for Lung Cancer

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Prashant C. Shah, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

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Thoracic Surgeon Attending

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Fox Chase Cancer Center

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Chapter 163, Malignant Primary Anterior Mediastinal Tumors

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Robert C. Shamberger, MD

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Robert E. Gross Professor of Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Chief, Department of Surgery

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Boston Children's Hospital

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Chapter 96, Pediatric Primary and Secondary Lung Tumors

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David J. Sher, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

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Department of Radiation Oncology

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Rush University Medical Center

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Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 85, Radiotherapy for Inoperable Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer

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Joseph B. Shrager, MD

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Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Stanford University School of Medicine

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Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Thoracic Oncology Program Leader

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Stanford Hospitals and Clinics

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Staff Surgeon, Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Healthcare System

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Stanford, California

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Chapter 148, Overview of Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology of the Diaphragm

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Eero Sihvo, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Division of General Thoracic and Esophageal Surgery

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Helsinki University Central Hospital

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Finland

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Chapter 158, Transcervical Thymectomy

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Joshua R. Sonett, MD

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Professor of Clinical Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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Columbia University

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New York-Presbyterian Hospital

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New York, New York

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Chapter 25, Management of Malignant Esophageal Fistula

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Chapter 98, Resection of Blebs, Bullae, and Giant Bullae

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Amitabh Srivastava, MD

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Department of Pathology

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 11, Pathology of Esophageal Cancer

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Vaughn A. Starnes, MD

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Chair, Department of Surgery

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Surgeon-in-Chief

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Keck Hospital and Norris Cancer Hospital

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University of Southern California

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Los Angeles, California

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Chapter 110, Living Lobar Lung Transplantation

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Stacey Su, MD

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Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology

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Fox Chase Cancer Center

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Chapter 50, Surgical Management of Corrosive Injury to the Esophagus

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Chapter 155, Overview of Benign and Malignant Mediastinal Disease

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David J. Sugarbaker, MD

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Director, The Lung Institute

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Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery

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The Olga Kieth Weiss Chair of Surgery

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Baylor College of Medicine

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Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center

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Houston, Texas

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Chapter 1, Introduction

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Chapter 17, Three-Hole Esophagectomy: The Brigham and Women's Hospital Approach

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Chapter 35, Long Esophageal Myotomy: Open, Thoracoscopic, and Peroral Endoscopic Approach

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Chapter 68, Overview of Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Lung Cancer

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Chapter 122, Extrapleural Pneumonectomy for Pleural Malignancies

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Chapter 123, Intracavitary Hyperthermic Chemotherapy for Malignant Mesothelioma

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Chapter 159, Thoracoscopic Approach to Thymectomy with Advice on Patients with Myasthenia Gravis

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Paul H. Sugarbaker, MD

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Washington Cancer Institute

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Washington, D.C.

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Chapter 123, Intracavitary Hyperthermic Chemotherapy for Malignant Mesothelioma

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Scott J. Swanson, MD

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Professor of Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Director of Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Chief Surgical Officer

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Dana Farber Cancer Institute

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 65, Mediastinal Tracheostomy

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Chapter 74, VATS Lobectomy

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Nitika Thawani, MD

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Assistant Professor of Radiology

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Texas A&M Health Science Center

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College of Medicine

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Temple, Texas

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Chapter 88, Innovative Radiation Techniques: Role of Brachytherapy and Intraoperative Radiotherapy in Treatment of Lung Cancer

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Masahiko Tsurumaru, MD

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Professor

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Department of Esophageal and Gastroenterological Surgery

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Juntendo University Hospital

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Tokyo, Japan

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Chapter 20, Three-Field Esophagectomy

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Harushi Udagawa, MD

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Chief of Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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Toranomon Hospital

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Tokyo, Japan

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Chapter 20, Three-Field Esophagectomy

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Harold C. Urschel, Jr., MD

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Deceased

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Professor of Surgery

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Baylor University Medical Center

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Dallas, Texas

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Chapter 80, Pancoast Syndrome: Extended Resection in Superior Pulmonary Sulcus and Anterior Approach

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Chapter 143, Thoracic Outlet Syndromes

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Karl Fabian L. Uy, MD

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Assistant Professor

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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UMass Memorial Medical Center

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University of Massachusetts Medical School

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Worcester, Massachusetts

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Chapter 57, Techniques of Tracheal Resection and Reconstruction

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Eric Vallières, MD, FRCSC

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Surgical Director of the Lung Cancer Program

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Medical Director Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Swedish Cancer Institute

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Seattle, Washington

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Chapter 36, Esophagectomy for Primary or Secondary Motility Disorders

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Chapter 157, Resection of Substernal Goiter

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Victor van Berkel, MD PhD

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Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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University of Louisville School of Medicine

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Louisville, Kentucky

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Chapter 99, Lung Volume Reduction Surgery

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Dirk Van Raemdonck, MD, PhD, FEBTS

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Professor of Surgery

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KU Leuven University

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Thoracic Surgeon

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University Hospitals Leuven

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Leuven, Belgium

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Chapter 73, Segmentectomy for Primary Lung Cancer

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Jeffrey B. Velotta, MD

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 136, Sternal and Clavicular Chest Wall Resection and Reconstruction

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Urs von Holzen, MD

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Associate Professor of Surgery

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Department of Surgery

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University Hospital Basel

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Basel, Switzerland

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Chapter 47, Treating Traumatic Chest Injuries in a Limited Resource Setting

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Thomas K. Waddell, MD, MSc, PhD

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Professor and Chair

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University of Toronto

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Toronto, Canada

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Chapter 57, Techniques of Tracheal Resection and Reconstruction

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Wenping Wang, MD

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Department of Surgery

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Université de Montréal

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal

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Montreal, Québec, Canada

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Chapter 32, Complications of Esophageal Surgery

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George R. Washko, MD, MMSc

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Assistant Professor of Medicine

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Harvard Medical School

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Staff Pulmonologist, Division of Pulmonary Medicine

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 7, Mechanical Ventilation

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Chapter 101, Endoscopic Approaches for Treatment of Emphysema

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Walter Weder, MD

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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University Hospital Zurich

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Zürich, Switzerland

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Chapter 125, Induction Chemotherapy followed by Surgery for Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma

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Jon O. Wee, MD

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Co-Director of Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 15, Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy

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Chapter 35, Long Esophageal Myotomy: Open, Thoracoscopic, and Peroral Endoscopic Approach

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Chapter 45, Endoscopic Techniques in Antireflux Surgery

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Chapter 84, Percutaneous Thoracic Tumor Ablation

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Christopher B. Weldon, MD, PhD

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Department of Surgery

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Boston Children's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 51, Congenital Disorders of the Esophagus in Infants and Children

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Chapter 52, Minimally Invasive Techniques for Esophageal Repair

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Chapter 96, Pediatric Primary and Secondary Lung Tumors

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Chapter 137, Chest Wall Stabilization and Novel Closures of the Chest

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Daniel C. Wiener, MD

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Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery

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Tufts University School of Medicine

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Tufts Medical Center

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 149, Incision, Resection, and Replacement of the Diaphragm

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Andrea Wolf, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor

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Department of Thoracic Surgery

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Mount Sinai Medical Center

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New York, New York

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Chapter 69, Role of the Pathologist and Pathology-Specific Treatment of Lung Cancer

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Cameron D. Wright, MD

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Professor of Surgery

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Harvard Medical School

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Division of Thoracic Surgery

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Massachusetts General Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 48, Management of Esophageal Perforation

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Jane Yanagawa, MD

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Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

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Los Angeles, California

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Chapter 112, Management of Surgical Complications of Lung Transplantation

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Jaime Yun, MD

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Director of Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery

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Lutheran Medical Center

++

Brooklyn, New York

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Director of Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery

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Wyckoff Heights Hospital

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Brooklyn, New York

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Chapter 65, Mediastinal Tracheostomy

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Jill M. Zalieckas, MD, MPH

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Department of Surgery

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Boston Children's Hospital

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 140, Primary Repair of Pectus Excavatum

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Lambros Zellos, MD, MPH

++

Director of Thoracic Surgery

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Henry Dunant Hospital

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Athens, Greece

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Chapter 31, Techniques and Indications for Esophageal Exclusion

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Chapter 93, Pulmonary Sequestration

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Chapter 95, Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformation

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Chapter 100, Minimally Invasive Methods of Managing Giant Bullae: Monaldi Procedure

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Chapter 119, Nonoperative Treatment of Malignant Pleural Effusions

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Michael D. Zervos, MD

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New York University Medical Center

++

New York, New York

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Chapter 120, Thoracoscopy with Intrapleural Sclerosis for Malignant Pleural Effusion

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Marie Ziesat, MD

++

Department of Surgery

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University of Chicago

++

Chicago, Illinois

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Chapter 28, Overview: Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Benign Esophageal Disease

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Chapter 29, Resection of Benign Tumors of the Esophagus

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Kimberly A. Zubris, PhD

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Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Chemistry

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Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts

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Chapter 171, Nanoparticle Therapy in Lung Cancer

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Joseph B. Zwischenberger, MD

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Johnston-Wright Professor and Chairman of Surgery

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Professor of Surgery, Pediatrics, Biomedical Engineering, and Diagnostic Radiology

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Surgeon-in-Chief, UK Health Care

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University of Kentucky

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Lexington, Kentucky

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Chapter 113, Artificial Lung

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