Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology e-dition - Text with Continually Updated Online Reference
By Wilfred M. Weinstein, MD, Christopher J. Hawkey, DM, FRCP and Jaime Bosch, MD
1216 pages, 1650 ills,
Trim size 8 1/2 X 11 in,
A breakthrough reference – in the versatile, multimedia format CLINICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY AND HEPATOLOGY presents clinically focused, evidence-based coverage on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the digestive tract. An international team of leading experts provides a worldwide perspective on patient management, explaining step-by-step how to apply the latest advances in diagnosis and management. Succinct yet comprehensive explanations provide just the right amount of clinical detail. Plus, a consistent organization and stunning full-color art program enable readers to quickly and easily access the specific information they need.
Over 200 additional expert contributors.
Incorporates the text with a state-of-the-art, dedicated website…featuring fully searchable contents of the printed book.
Includes more than 70 video clips depicting everything from endoscopic clips through instruction on performing the perfect liver biopsy….to virtual endoscopy.
Features weekly content updates personally edited by the book’s lead authors • reference links to MEDLINE abstracts • and links from every drug to complete information in Mosby’s Drug Consult.
Includes POCKETConsult technology that allows you to download updates to your handheld device, and more.
Includes all of the artwork from the text downloadable into PowerPoint® presentations.
Includes full-chapter coverage of the hottest topics in today’s practice, including Capsule Endoscopy • Virtual Endoscopy Imaging • GERD • Colorectal Cancer: Screening and Surveillance • and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Features more than 1,650 color algorithms, graphs, tables, and photographs that depict today’s practice in action.
Offers just enough information on basic science to provide an understanding of the clinical information presented while avoiding information overload.
Provides a separate section on diagnosis and treatment.
Summarizes Causes and Risk Factors/Clinical Presentation and Symptoms/Clinical Pearls/Diagnostic Methods/Differential Diagnosis/Treatment and Prevention/Complications and their Management in boxes found in every chapter.
Table of Contents
Part One: SYMPTOMS, SYNDROMES AND SCENARIOS
Discomfort above the diaphragm
1. Differential diagnosis and management of burning mouth syndrome (BMS) 2. Heartburn and non-cardiac chest pain 3. Dysphagia and odynophagia
Discomfort below the diaphragm
4. Chronic or recurrent abdominal pain 5. Dyspepsia 6. Nausea and vomiting 7. Bloating and early satiety 8. Belching and rumination
Disorders of defecation
9. Diarrhea including acute, chronic and bloody 10. Fecal incontinence 11. Rectal bleeding 12. Anorectal pain
Generalized ill health
13. Anorexia and eating disorders 14. Weight loss 15. Gastrointestinal causes of anemia and occult bleeding 16. Pruritus 17. Jaundice 18. Spotting and dealing with signs of chronic liver disease 19. Ascites 20. Abnormal liver function tests
21. Acute abdominal pain 22. Hematemesis and melena 23. Acute lower gastrointestinal bleeding
24. Being infected with H. pylori 25. Being on NSAIDs 26. Gastrointestinal problems in primary care 27. Gastrointestinal problems in the elderly 28. Gastrointestinal problems in pediatrics
Part Two: DISEASES OF THE GUT AND LIVER
I. DISORDERS OF THE UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
29. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) including hiatus hernia and esophagitis 30. Benign esophageal strictures and caustic esophageal injury
Esophageal: malignant and premalignant
31. Barrett’s esophagus 32. Esophageal cancer
Upper gastrointestinal infections
33. Infections of the esophagus and stomach 34. H. pylori:Its diseases and management
35. Peptic ulcer 36. Gastritis
Gastroduodenal: malignant and premalignant
37. Adenocarcinoma 38. Gastric lymphoma 39. Gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) and other gastroduodenal tumors
40. Esophageal motility disorders 41. Gastric motility disorders
II. DISORDERS OF THE SMALL AND LARGE BOWEL
Food, nutrition and malabsorption
42. Food allergy and intolerance 43. Maldigestion and malabsorption 44. Celiac sprue 45. Short bowel syndrome 46. Small bowel bacterial overgrowth 47. Bile acid malabsorption 48. Protein-losing disorders of the gastrointestinal tract
Intestinal infections and infestations
49. Infective diarrhea 50. Travellers’ diarrhea 51. Abdominal tuberculosis 52. Parasites
Inflammatory bowel disease
53. Ulcerative colitis 54. Crohn’s disease 55. Indeterminate colitis 56. Microscopic colitis 57. Eosinophilic gastroenteritis 58. Pseudomembraneous colitis 59. Ischemia and ischemic colitis
60a. Biology and genetics of colorectal cancer 60b. Colorectal cancer: screening and surveillance 60c. Polyps and polyposis 60d. Team approach to cancer management 61. Other gastrointestinal tumors
62. Obstruction and volvulus 63. Constipation and constipation syndromes 64. Irritable bowel syndrome 65. Diverticular disease of the colon 66. Disorders of colorectal dysmotility
Other disorders of the small and large bowel
67. Splanchnic vascular disorders 68. Drug-induced damage to the small and large intestines 69. Appendicitis
70. Anorectal diseases
III. DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS AND BILIARY TRACT
71. Acute pancreatitis 72. Chronic pancreatitis 73. Pancreatric exocrine tumors 74. Cysts of the pancreas 75. Development and miscellaneous abnormalities
76. Cholelithiasis, choledocholithiasis and cholecystitis 77. Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction 78. Primary sclerosing cholangitis 79. Cholangiacarcinoma
80. Congenital abnormalities of the biliary tract
IV. LIVER DISEASE
81. Acute viral hepatitis 82a. Chronic viral hepatitis B 82b. Chronic viral hepatitis C 82c. Chronic viral hepatitis D 83. Schistosoma and other parasites 84. Bacterial and fungal infections of the liver
Auto-immune and related disorders
85. Primary biliary cirrhosis 86. Chronic autoimmune hepatitis and overlap syndrome
Genetic and metabolic liver diseases
87. Alcoholic liver diseases 88. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) 89. Hemochromatosis 90. Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency 91. Wilson’s disease 92. Drug-induced and toxic liver disease 93. Genetic and metabolic liver diseases of childhood 94. Disturbances of bilirubin metabolism
Cirrhosis of the liver and its complications
95. Cirrhosis of the liver 96. Portal hypertension 97. Ascites and hepatorenal syndrome 98. Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis 99. Hepatopulmonary syndrome and portopulmonary hypertension 100. Episodic encephalopathy 101. Fulminant liver failure and acute encephalopathy
Other liver diseases
102. Tumors of the liver 103. Vascular disorders of the liver 104. Granulomas of the liver 105. Liver diseases and pregnancy
106. Liver transplantation: indications and selection of candidates and immediate complications 107. Long-term management and recurrence of primary liver disease
V. DISEASES OF MULTIPLE ORGAN SYSTEMS
108. Gastrointestinal tract in systemic disease 109. Gut/pancreatic endocrine tumors 110. The carcinoid syndrome 111. AIDS and the gut 112. Graft-versus-host disease 113. Radiation and other physico-chemical injury 114. Amyloidosis 115. Foreign bodies 116. Porphyria
VI. ABDOMINAL WALL AND CAVITY
117. Absesses and other intra-abdominal diseases 118. Hernias and the abdominal wall
Part Three: PRIMER OF DIAGNOSTIC METHODS
119. Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and mucosal biopsy 120. Lower gastrointestinal endoscopy and mucosal biopsy 121. Endoscopic ultrasound 122. Diagnostic and interventional endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) 123. Capsule endoscopy
124. Percutaneous ultrasound 125. Barium radiology 126. Computed tomography (CT) 127. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) 128. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) 129. Virtual endoscopy imaging 130. Positron emission tomography (PET)
131. Functional evaluation of the gastrointestinal tract 132. Motility testing 133. Measurement of portal pressure Tissue testing 134. Liver biopsy 135. Histopathology primer for gastroenterologists and hepatologists
Part Four: PRIMER OF TREATMENTS
136. Drugs used in gastrointestinal and liver disease 137. Drug prescription in liver disease 138. An approach to nutritional assessment 139. Nutrition support 140. Complementary medicine for irritable and inflammatory bowel
141. Conscious sedation 142. Sclerotherapy, banding and other hemostatic techniques for varices and other lesions 143. Photodynamic therapy (PDT) 144. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) and jejunostomy 145. Endoscopic resection of tumors and polyps 146. Dilation and stenting of the gastrointestinal tract
147. The transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) 148. Interventional radiology 149. Paracentesis
A synopsis of surgical operations
150. Liver operations 151. Gastrointestinal operations 152. Minimally invasive surgery