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Endoscopy in Liver Disease

ISBN: 978-1-118-66087-4
360 pages
December 2017, Wiley-Blackwell
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Description

Liver disease is an increasingly common cause of mortality, and its management is often complex and challenging. Endoscopy has in recent times undergone a period of rapid progress, with numerous novel and specialized endoscopic modalities that are of increasing value in the investigation and management of the patient with liver disease. As the technology in endoscopy expands, both as a diagnostic and interventional procedure, so does the role of the endoscopist in liver disease.

This full colour book and companion website offer a comprehensive guidance as to when, why, and how to perform endoscopy to best manage your patients.

  • Brings together two key areas – liver disease and endoscopy – into one expert clinical textbook
  • Covers the entire spectrum of clinical problems that gastroenterologists and endoscopists face while managing patients with liver disease
  • Includes the latest management guidelines from the key international societies, such as the  ASGE, AASLD, EASL and BSG
  • Well illustrated with over 150 high-quality colour images
  • 11 high-quality videos illustrating optimum endoscopy practice, all clearly referenced in the text

An indispensable tool for all gastroenterologists, hepatologists and endoscopists, Endoscopy in Liver Disease is perfect for learning how to perform endoscopy safely and effectively in the patient population with liver disorders.

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Table of Contents

Section 1 - Endoscoping liver patients: safety issues

1. Equipment, sterilisation and training issues

2. Sedation and analgesia in  liver disease

3. Endoscopy and  coagulation abnormalities in the liver patient

4. Patients with specific aetiologies (viral, bariatric, nafld, vcjd, alcohol)

 

Section 2 - Endoscopic management of portal hypertension

4. Diagnosis and staging of oesophagogastric varices

5. Endoscopic management of acute variceal bleeding

6. Primary and secondary variceal prophylaxis: role of endoscopy

7. Refractory variceal bleed: when endoscopy fails what next?:

8. Gastropathy and gastric vascular ectasias in portal hypertension

9. Portal hypertensive enteropathy and colopathy

10. Endoscopic ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of portal hypertension

11. Wireless capsule endoscopy in liver disease

 

Section 3 - Endoscopic diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal pathology in the liver patient

12. Common gastrointestinal pathology  in the liver patient (barrett’s, pud, gastropathy, celiac, polypoid lesions)

13. Anaemia and obscure gi bleed in the liver patient

14. ERCP and cholangioscopy in hepatobiliary disease

15. EUS in the diagnosis of hepatobiliary malignancy

16. Endomicroscopy in the diagnosis of hepatobiliary disease

17. Laparoscopy in patients with hepatobiliary disease

 

Section 4 - Endoscopy in the liver transplant patient

18. Endoscopy of the liver patient prior to liver transplantation 

19. Endoscopy of the post- liver transplant patient

20.luminal diseases in the liver transplant patient

 

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Author Information

Edited by
JOHN N. PLEVRIS,
Professor and Consultant in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Centre for Liver and Digestive Disorders, The Royal Infirmary, University of Edinburgh, UK

PETER C. HAYES, Professor of Hepatology, Liver Unit, The Royal Infirmary, University of Edinburgh, UK

PATRICK S. KAMATH, Professor of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA

LOUIS M. WONG KEE SONG, Professor of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA

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