Surgical apprenticeship to the undergraduate is a short experience and might be the only time the student might develop interest in the field for future specialization. For that, a well simplified and summarized book is essential for a better understanding of surgery to both undergraduate and graduate readers. Thus, the book aims to ground readers in surgery to locally applicable situations before they encounter the literature in the field of medicine from developed countries which is complex and rapidly advancing. In that spirit, the term Homeland was coined by medical students to mean homemade. It is expected that readers will find it easy to conceptualize and internalize information presented in this book and eventually see surgery as an interesting and fascinating course that will create a healthy crop of future surgeons from among the medical students..