Pocket Consultant: Gastroenterology, 3rd Edition
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
A new author team - which, for the first time, is international - has brought a new global perspective to this book.
This is still the leading book for trainees/fellows in gastroenterology and hepatology, as well as junior doctors and general medicine interns. The series title is 'Pocket Consultant' - and that's exactly what the reader gets - the advice and guidance of a consultant on hand when and where they need it.
- Alimentary Emergencies
- Stomach and Duodenum
- Gall Bladder and Biliary Tree
- Small Intestine
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Large Intestine
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Gastrointestinal Infections
- Nutrition (this will now include Anorexia)
- The Gut in Systemic Disorders
- Procedures and Investigations
1. Useful Addresses & Websites.
2. Further Reading.
3. Height and Weight Charts.
4. Diagnostic Dilemmas.
- Provides advice and guidance of a consultant on hand when and where you need it
- Perfect for trainees / fellows, general medicine interns and
- Covers the discipline of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
- Reflects the significant developments in the field with
completely revised and updated text
- Has an extended international author team to provide greater expertise and a global perspective
Digestive and Liver Disease
"Overall I would strongly recommend this book as a starter text for senior SHOs and junior registrars. Those more experienced will also find it a useful revision tool." Dr Kate Evans SpR Gastroenterology
"This is a fantastic book for newly appointed gastroenterology registrars/fellows and other professionals with an interest in the field." TiGs
"This is a welcome third edition of a well known book for a wide
audience. Dr Simon Travis has enlisted the help of gastroenterology
experts from a larger field giving the book a more global appeal."
MRCP Gastroenterology Specialist Registrar
On previous editions ...
"The 'Pocket Consultants' are a popular series of books aimed at doctors in training, both under- and post-graduate. Thus this is akin to carrying around a consultant-like opinion and font of knowledge in your pocket, and acting as an aid to making your opinion comparable to that of a senior colleague. It is also like having a slice out of one of the bigger textbooks, but being able to carry it around, and maybe, surreptitiously look up a topic." Gastroenterology Today
"This little book is valuable support for junior hospital staff and general practitioners." Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology