The Washington Manual of Gastroenterology Subspecialty Consult

The Washington Manual of Gastroenterology Subspecialty Consult

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Publication Date: 2012
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781451114102

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This concise and practical reference, tailored for fellows, residents, and medical students rotating on gastroenterology subspecialty services, covers both inpatient and outpatient management of gastroenterology with the same clinical practicality as the widely popular Washington Manual™ of Medical Therapeutics. With gastroenterology continuing to expand as a specialty, there is a wealth of new insights on disease pathophysiology, diagnostic tools, and management options that this manual helps to address.
It is the result of a collaborative effort of residents, fellows, and clinical faculty from the distinguished Washington University School of Medicine and serves as a practical quick reference guide to the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal ailments. New features include:
·         Two new chapters included:
o   Liver Transplantation
o   Genetic Testing in GI Disease
·         Chapter on nutrition has been revised to reflect Malnutrition, both over and under nutrition
·         Consistent formatting of chapters including the format of individual diseases and symptoms revised to follow specific subheadings
·         Extensively updated to include chapter rewrites where necessary
Don’t miss the other key topics in The Washington Manual™ Subspecialty Consult Series:
·         Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
·         Hematology and Oncology  
·         Infectious Disease
·         Nephrology
·         Rheumatology
The Washington Manual™ is a registered mark belonging to Washington University in St. Louis to which international legal protection applies. The mark is used in this publication by LWW under license from  Washington University.
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New, templated format same as The Washington University Medical Therapeutics, 33e
Bulleted format provides quick, salient information
Includes references to more descriptive resources
Includes Web resources for clinicians and patients
Provides information on signs, symptoms, and problems encountered in daily workflow
C. Prakash Gyawali MD, MRCP
Associate Professor of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO


Edition: 3
ISBN/ISSN: 9781451114102
Product Format: Softbound
Trim Size: 5 x 8
Pages: 360
Pub Date: 2012
Weight: 0.8
Contributing Authors
Chairman’s Note
Preface

PART I. APPROACH TO SPECIFIC SYMPTOMS
1. Dysphagia
Faiz Mirza
2. Nausea and Vomiting
Vladimir Kushnir and C. Prakash Gyawali
3. Diarrhea
Hongha (Susan) T. Vu
4. Constipation
Reena V. Chokshi
5. Abdominal Pain
Akwi W. Asombang
6. Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Darrell M. Gray, II
7. Occult and Obscure Gastrointestinal Bleeding
John M. Iskander
8. Jaundice
Noura M. Sharabash
9. Abnormal Liver Chemistries
Noura M. Sharabash
10. Ascites
Mrudula V. Kumar
11. Malnutrition
Gowri Kularatna and Shelby A. Sullivan

PART II. APPROACH TO SPECIFIC DISEASES
12. Esophageal Disorders
Jonathan Seccombe and C. Prakash Gyawali
13. Gastric Disorders
Amit Patel and C. Prakash Gyawali
14. Small Bowel Disorders
A. Samad Soudagar and Anisa Shaker
15. Colon Neoplasms
Nishant J. Patel and Dayna S. Early
16. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Heba Iskandar and Matthew A. Ciorba
17. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Benjamin E. Cassell and Gregory S. Sayuk
18. Acute Liver Disease
Anil B. Seetharam and Kevin M. Korenblat
19. Chronic Liver Disease
Jennifer Shroff and Mauricio Lisker-Melman
20. Cirrhosis
Anupam Aditi and Jeffrey S. Crippin
21. Liver Transplantation
Anil B. Seetharam and Thomas A. Kerr
22. Pancreatic Disorders
Alexander Lee and Sreenivasa Jonnalagadda
23. Biliary Tract Disorders
Riad Azar and Andrew Reinink
24. Genetic Testing in Gastrointestinal Diseases
Elizabeth Blaney and Chien-Huan Chen
25. Gastrointestinal Procedures
Sachin Wani and Daniel Mullady

Index

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