Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Gabriele Bianchi Porro, Michel Cremer (M.D.)
McGraw-Hill International (UK) Limited, 1999 - Medical - 738 pages
This practical text aims to provide doctors, practitioners and students with a clear guide to patient care in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology. It includes chapters on gallstones and other diseases of the biliary tract with descriptions of diseases not common to the USA or UK.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
abdominal pain abnormal abscess absorption achalasia acute pancreatitis anal anorectal antibiotics ascites ascitic fluid assessment associated bacterial Barrett's esophagus bile acids bile duct biliary bilirubin biopsy blood cancer carcinoid carcinoma cause celiac disease cells cholestasis chronic clinical colitis colon complications constipation detect diagnosis diarrhea dilatation disorders distal dose drugs dyspepsia dysphagia effective endoscopic esophageal motility evaluation factors fecal incontinence fibers function Gastroenterology gastroesophageal reflux disease gastrointestinal bleeding gastrointestinal tract hepatic hyperbilirubinemia increased infection inflammation ingestion irritable bowel syndrome ischemia jaundice lesions liver lower esophageal sphincter lymph nodes lymphoma malabsorption malignant mesenteric mucosa muscle nausea and vomiting normal NSAIDs obstruction occur organs patients peptic ulcer perforation peritonitis plasma present protein proton pump inhibitors pylori receptor rectal renal resection risk secretion serum small bowel small intestinal specific stomach stool studies suggest surgery surgical swallowing symptoms tests therapy tion treatment tumors upper gastrointestinal usually visceral weight loss