Hepatobiliary Tract and Pancreas
The Requisites in Gastroenterology series clearly and succinctly encompasses all of the core knowledge in
the field. This third volume covers the diagnosis and management of disorders of the hepatobiliary tract and pancreas, discussing pitfalls and presenting evidence-based perspectives throughout. A concise, user-friendly format-with at-a-glance illustrations, boxes, and tables-enables readers to access information quickly. The result is an outstanding resource both for certification and recertification review and for clinical reference.
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Alcoholic Liver Disease and NonAlcoholic Jeremy Schwartz
Metabolic Liver Diseases
Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Primary
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