Specialist Training in Gastroenterology and Liver Disease

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Richard G. Long, Brian B. Scott
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2005 - Medical - 350 pages
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Written for doctors starting their career in gastroenterology, this text presents a succinct account of the subject concentrating on diagnostic techniques, treatment and management. Throughout use is made of colour photographs, drawings, lists and tables. The aim is to provide a 'bridge' between introductory undergraduate texts and the very large and expensive major reference works. Evidence-based treatment options are given are integrated and referenced. A detailed list of further reading is also provided.

  • Series aimed at specialist registrar level
  • Succinct style making use of bullet points, boxes, tables etc.
  • Extensive use of four-colour illustrations
  

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Contents

Management of inpatients
10
Gastrointestinal investigations
54
Malabsorption
60
Small intestinal infections
69
Other causes of malabsorption
75
Further reading
82
Colonic polyps
89
Diverticular disease
96
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184
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240
Pancreatic cancer
246
Deciding on the route of access for artificial nutrition support
254
Deciding on the nutritional regimen
262
Further reading
270
12
295
Hypothesis testing for categories
317

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138
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159
Analyzing published data
332
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