Advanced Digestive Endoscopy: ERCP
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Written by the leading international names in endoscopy, the text has been expertly edited by Peter Cotton into a succinct, instructive format. Presented in short paragraphs structured with headings, subheadings and bullet points and richly illustrated throughout with full-color photographs.
Chap 2. ERCP training, competence and assessment.
Chap 3. Fundamentals of ERCP.
Chap 4. ERCP communications, recording and reporting.
Chap 5. Common bile duct stones and cholangitis.
Chap 6. The role of ERCP in pancreatico-biliary malignancies.
Chap 7. Management of post-surgical bile and bile duct strictures.
Chap 8. Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction.
Chap 9. ERCP in acute pancreatitis.
Chap 10. Endoscopy in chronic pancreatitis.
Chap 11. Complications of pancreatitis.
Chap 12. ERCP in children.
Chap 13. ERCP: risks, prevention and management
- Provides the latest thinking in endoscopy from THE leading international names
- Integrates patient care with therapeutic techniques
- Presents a succinct and instructive format
- Contains colour photographs throughout
Digestive and Liver Disease
"This well written book by experts provides a detailed explanation of new technologies that will revolutionize the way gastrointestinal endoscopy is done. It provides a large amount of pictures and videos that illustrate the advantages and limitations of these technologies. This would be a useful consultation source in a field that has limited reviews of this type. Every physician performing gastrointestinal endoscopy should read this book." Luis R. Peqa, MD, FACG(University of Kentucky College of Medicine)
“This well written book by experts provides a detailed explanation of new technologies…Every physician performing gastrointestinal endoscopy should read this book.”