Advanced Therapy of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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Theodore M. Bayless, Stephen B. Hanauer
B.C. Decker, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 670 pages
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The main emphasis of this new edition is on diagnosis, therapy and patient management, along with disease activity measures, IBD databases, and the use of diagnostic tests in clinical decision making. Each chapter consists of recommendations from an expert in the field concerning a very specific IBD topic. Precise recommendations for instituting, modifying, and monitoring therapy as well as how complications can be anticipated, prevented and treated are offered. Key Features new co-editor, experienced clinician, Stephen B. Hanauer 48 NEW medical and surgical IBD topics one of the most CLINICALLY USEFUL books in gastroenterology outlines advantages and disadvantages of various drugs, and therapeutic or diagnostic procedures covers 140 well-defined situations encountered in patients with IBD

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Adherence Issues in Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
9
MedicalSurgical Collaboration in Patient Management
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'Professor of MedicineClinical DirectorMeyerhoff Inflammatory Bowel Disease CenterJohns Hopkins HospitalBaltimore, MD'Professor of Medicine and Clinical PharmacologyDirection, Section of Gastroenterology and NutritionUniversity of ChicagoChicago, IL

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