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Atlas of Gastroenterology, 4th Edition

Atlas of Gastroenterology, 4th Edition

Dr. Tadataka Yamada (Editor), David H. Alpers (Associate Editor), Anthony N. Kalloo (Associate Editor), Neil Kaplowitz (Associate Editor), Chung Owyang (Associate Editor), Don W. Powell (Associate Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-444-30342-1

Jan 2009, Wiley-Blackwell

1208 pages

$309.99

Description

Accurate, high-quality images are especially vital for gastrointestinal therapy.

The Atlas of Gastroenterology is a gold-standard tool that provides specialists with an outstanding array of images covering all facets of the field. With endoscopic ultrasonographs, computed tomography scans, magnetic resonance images, radionuclide images, and angiograms demonstrating every clinical condition from liver abscess, to endocrine neoplasms of the pancreas, to motility disorders of the esophagus, this atlas is simply a must-own resource for all gastroenterologists.


Showing the range of the newest imaging technologies and incorporating over 1700 full-color images, this new edition is an ideal teaching tool, and the perfect companion to the Textbook of Gastroenterology.

PART I: Principles of Clinical Gastroenterology.

1. Approach to the Patient with Gross Gastrointestinal Bleeding: Grace H. Elta and Mimi Takami.

2. Approach to the Patient with Occult Gastrointestinal Bleeding: David A. Ahlquist.

3. Approach to the Patient with Acute Abdomen: Rebecca M. Minter and Michael W. Mulholland.

4. Approach to the Patient with Ileus and Obstruction: Klaus Bielefeldt.

5. Approach to the Patient with Diarrhea: Don W. Powell.

6. Approach to the Patient with Suspected Acute Infectious Diarrhea: John D. Long and Ralph A. Gianella.

7. Approach to the Patient with Constipation: Satish S.C. Rao.

8. Approach to the Patient with Abnormal Liver Chemistries: Richard H. Moseley.

9. Approach to the Patient with Jaundice: Janak N. Shah, Raphael B. Merriman and Marion G. Peters.

10. Approach to the Patient with Ascites and its Complications: Guadalupe Garcia-Tsao.

11. Approach to the Patient with Fulminant (Acute) Liver Failure: Ryan M. Taylor, Christopher P. Golembeski and Robert J. Fontana.

12. Approach to the Patient with Chronic Viral Hepatitis B or C: Sammy Saab and Hugo Rosen.

13. Approach to the Patient with a Liver Mass.

PART II: Gastrointestinal Diseases.

A: Esophagus.

14. Esophagus: Anatomy and Structural Anomalies: Ikuo Hirano.

15. Motility Disorders of the Esophagus: Ikuo Hirano and Peter J. Kahrilas.

16. Gastrointestianl Reflux Disease and Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Joel E. Richter.

17. Esophageal Infections and Disorders Associated with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: C. Mel Wilcox.

18. Esophageal Neoplasms: Anil K. Rustgi and Weijing Sun.

19. Miscellaneous Diseases of the Esophagus: Foreign Bodies, Physical Injury, Systemic and Dermatological Diseases: Evan S. Dellon and Nicholas J. Shaheen.

B: Stomach.

20. Stomach and Duodenum: Anatomy and Structural Anomalies: Jean-Pierre Raufman and Eric Goldberg.

21. Disorders of Gastric Emptying: Henry P. Parkman, Frank K. Friedenberg and Robert S. Fisher.

22. Peptic Ulcer Disease: David Y. Graham, Akira Horiuchi and Mototsugu Kato.

23. Gastritis and Gastropathy: David Y. Graham and Robert M. Genta.

24. Tumors of the Stomach: Wai K. Leung, Enders K.W. Ng and Joseph J.Y. Sung.

25. Surgery for Peptic Ulcer Disease and Postgastrectomy Syndromes: Robert E. Glasgow and Sean J. Mulvihill.

26. Miscellaneous Diseases of the Stomach: John C. Rabine and Timothy T. Nostrant.

C: Small Intestine.

27. Small Intestine: Anatomy and Structural Anomalies: Deborah C. Rubin and Jacob C. Langer.

28. Dysmotility of the Small Intestine and Colon: Michael Camilleri and Silvia Delgado-Aros.

29. Bacterial, Viral, and Toxic Causes of Diarrhea, Gastroenteritis, and Anorectal Infections: Gail A. Hecht, Jerrold R. Turner and Phillip I. Tarr.

30. Chronic Infections of the Small Intestine: George T. Fantry, Lori E. Fantry, Stephen P. James and David H. Alpers.

31. Celiac Disease: Peter H.R. Green and Anne R. Lee.

32. Disorders of Epithelial Transport in the Small Intestine: Richard J. Grand, Mark L. Lloyd and Ward A. Olsen.

33. Short Bowel Syndrome: Richard N. Fedorak, Leah M. Gramlich and Lana Bistritz.

34. Tumors of the Small Intestine: Robert S. Bresalier.

35. Miscellaneous Diseases of the Small Intestine: C. Prakesh Gyawali and Marc S. Levin.

D: Colon.

36. Colon: Anatomy and Structural Anomalies: Steven M Cohn and Elisa H. Birnbaum.

37. Inflammatory Bowel Disease: William F. Stenson, William J. Tremaine and Russell D. Cohen.

38. Miscellaneous Inflammatory and Structural Disorders of the Colon: David H. Alpers and David H.B. Cort.

39. Diverticular Disease of the Colon: Tonia M. Young-Fadok and Michael G. Sarr.

40: Neoplastic and Nonneoplastic Polyps of the Colon and Rectum: Graeme P. Young, Finlay A. Macrae and Anthony C. Thomas.

41. Polyposis Syndromes: Randall W. Burt and Russell F. Jacoby.

42. Malignant Tumors of the Colon: David H. Alpers and Francis M. Giardiello.

43. Anorectal Diseases: Adil E. Bharucha and Arnold Wald.

E: Pancreas.

44. Pancreas: Anatomy and Structural Anomalies: David G. Heidt, Michael W. Mulholland and Diane M. Simeone.

45. Acute Pancreatitis: Anil B. Nagar and Stephen J. Pandol.

46. Chronic Pancreatitis: Chung Owyang and Cyrus Piraka.

47. Nonendocrine Tumors of the Pancreas: James J. Farrell and Howard A. Reber.

48. Endocrine Neoplasms of the Pancreas: Robert T. Jensen and Jeffrey A. Norton.

49. Hereditary Diseases of the PancreasCarlos G. Micames and Johnathan A. Cohn.

F: Gallbladder and Biliary Tract.

50. Gallbladder and Biliary Tract: Anatomy and Structural Anomalies: Theodore H. Welling and Diane M. Simeone.

51. Gallstones: Cynthia W. Ko and Sum P. Lee.

52. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis and Other Cholangiopathies: Russell H. Wiesner and Kymberly D.S. Watt.

53. Cystic Diseases of the Liver and Biliary Tract: Albert J. Chang, Jung W. Suh and Shelly C. Lu.

54. Tumors of the Biliary Tract: Joseph J.Y. Sung and Yuk Tong Lee.

G: Liver.

55. Liver: Anatomy, Microscopic Structure and Cell Types: Gary C. Kanel.

56. Acute Viral Hepatitis: Marc G. Ghany and T. Jake Liang.

57. Chronic Hepatitis B Viral Infection: Robert G. Gish.

58. Hepatitis C Virus Infection: Aijaz Ahmed and Emmet B. Keeffe.

59. Drug-induced Liver Injury: Frank V. Schiødt and William M. Lee.

60. Autoimmune Hepatitis: E. Jenny Heathcote.

61. Primary Biliary Cirrhosis: Marlyn J. Mayo and Dwain Thiele.

62. Hemochromatosis: Jacob Alexander and Kris V. Kowdley.

63. Metabolic Diseases of the Liver: Ronald J. Sokol and Mark A. Lovell.

64. Alcoholic Liver Diseases: Suthat Liangpunsakal and David W. Crabbe.

65. Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Arun J. Sanyal and Onpan Cheung.

66. Central Nervous System and Pulmonary Complications of End-Stage Liver Diseases: Javier Vaquero, Andrew T. Blei and Roger F. Butterworth.

67. Liver Transplantation: Franics Y.K. Yao and Nathan M. Bass.

68. Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Lewis R. Roberts.

69. Liver Abscess: David S. Raiford.

70. Vascular Diseases of the Liver: Laurie D. DeLeve and Gary C. Kanel.

71. Liver Biopsy and Histopathological Diagnosis: Sugantha Govindarajan.

H: Abdominal Cavity.

72. Abdominal Cavity: Anatomy, Structural Anomalies, and Hernias: Sareh Parangi and Richard A. Hodin.

73. Intraabdominal Abscesses and Fistulas: Paul Knechtges and Ellen M. Zimmerman.

74. Diseases of the Peritoneum, Retroperitoneum, Mesentery and Omentum: Shawn D. Larson and B. Mark Evers.

I: Miscellaneous.

75. Complications of AIDS and other Immunodeficiency States: Phillip D. Smith, Nirag C. Jhala, C. Mel Wilcox and Edward N. Janoff.

76. Gastrointestinal Manifestations of Immunologic Disorders: Fergus Shanahan and Stephen R. Targan.

77. Parasitic Diseases: Protozoa: Ellen Li and Samuel L. Stanley Jr.

78. Parasitic Diseases: Helminths: Alejandro Busalleu, Martin Montes and A. Clinton White Jr.

79. Gastrointestinal Manifestation of Systemic Diseases: Joel S. Levine.

80. Skin Lesions Associated with Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases: Matilde Iorizzo and Joseph L. Jorizzo.

81. Oral Manifestations of Gastrointestinal Diseases: John C. Rabine and Timothy T. Nostrant.

82. Gastrointestinal Vascular Malformations or Neoplasms: Aterial, Venous, Arteriovenous, and Capillary: Mitchell S. Cappell.

83. Intestinal Ischemia: Julián Panés and Josep M. Piqué.

84. Radiation Injury in the Gastrointestinal Tract: Steven M. Cohn and Stephen J. Bickston.

PART III: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Modalities in Gastroenterology.

A: Endoscopic.

85. Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: Field F. Willingham and William R. Brugge.

86. Colonoscopy and Flexible Sigmoidoscopy: Jerome D. Waye and Christopher B. Williams.

87. Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography, Endoscopic Sphincterotomy and Stone Removal, and Endoscopic Biliary and Pancreatic Drainage: Tony E. Yusuf and David L. Carr-Locke.

88. Gastrointestinal Dilation and Stent Placement: James D. Lord, Drew B. Schembre and Richard A. Kozarek.

89. Endoscopic Therapy for Upper Gastrointestinal Variceal Hemorrhage: Paul J. Thuluvath.

90. Endoscopic Therapy for Nonvariceal Upper Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage: David J. Bjorkman.

91. Endoscopic Therapy for Polyps and Tumors: Sergey V. Kantsevoy.

92. Laparoscopy and Laparotomy: Wenliang Chen and David W. Rattner.

B: Imaging.

93. Plain and Contrast Radiology: Marc S. Levine, Stephen E. Rubesin, Hans Herlinger and Igor Laufer.

94. Diagnostic Sonography: Phillip W. Ralls, R. Brooke Jeffrey Jr, Robert A. Kane and Michelle L. Robbin.

95. Endoscopic Ultrasonography: Marcia I. Canto and Sanjay B. Jagannath.

96. Applications of Computed Tomography to the Gastrointestinal Tract: Karen M. Horton, Pamela T. Johnson, Elliot K. Fishman and Alec J. Megibow.

97. Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Diane Bergin.

98. Applications of Radionuclide Imaging in Gastroenterology: Harvey A. Ziessman.

99. Angiography: Kyung J. Cho.

100. Interventional Radiology: Kyung J. Cho.

C: Pathology.

101. Endoscopic Mucosal Biopsy: Elizabeth Montgomery and Anthony N. Kalloo.

D: GI Function Studies.

102. Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Motility: Methodologic Consideration: John W. Wiley and Chung Owyang

The gold-standard tool providing specialists with an outstanding array of images covering all facets of the field

  • With an estimated 60,000 gastroenterologists worldwide, and its heavy reliance on diagnostic imaging modalities, gastroenterology is a therapeutic area whereby the provision of accurate, high quality images is key
  • Includes endoscopic ultrasonographs, computed tomography scans, magnetic resonance images, radionuclide images and angiographs covering every clinical condition from liver abscess, to endocrine neoplasms of the pancreas, to motility disorders of the esophagus
  • A must-own product for all gastroenterologists, both in training and fully qualified