Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology
Christine A. Iacobuzio-Donahue, Elizabeth A. Montgomery
Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2005 - Medical - 650 pages
The Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology Series answers the call for fresh, affordable, and easy-to-use guidance. Each region-specific volume provides all of the most essential information on the pathologic entities encountered in practice. This volume examines the full scope of neoplastic and non-neoplastic disorders of the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus, stomach, small intestine, appendix, colon, and anus), liver, gallbladder, extrahepatic biliary tract, and pancreas. Coverage includes clinical features · gross and microscopic pathologic features · ancillary studies · differential diagnoses · prognostic and therapeutic considerations · and bibliographic references to the most important literature on the topic. The highly templated, practical format with a wealth of helpful illustrations, boxes, and tables, make this series ideal for quick reference.
The Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology Series answers the call for fresh, affordable, and easy-to-use guidance. Each region-specific volume provides all of the most essential information on the pathologic entities encountered in practice. Series Editor: John R. Goldblum, MD, FACP, FASCP, FACG
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NonNeoplastic Disorders of the Stomach
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abdominal pain abscesses acute adenocarcinoma adenomas Age Distribution anal Ancillary Studies appendicitis appendix associated atypia Barrett's esophagus benign bile duct biliary biopsy cancer carcinoids cause chronic cirrhosis Clin Clinical Features collagen colon colorectal common Crohn's disease crypt cystic cysts cytoplasm diarrhea Differential Diagnosis dysplasia endoscopic eosinophilic epithelial epithelium FEATURES Gross Findings fibrosis FIGURE gastric gastritis Gastroenterol gastrointestinal Gender genetic glands granulomas hemorrhage hepatitis hepatocytes histologic hyperplastic hyperplastic polyps immunohistochemical Immunohistochemistry Incidence and Location infection infiltrate inflammation inflammatory intraepithelial invasive involvement ischemic colitis lamina propria lesions lymphocytes lymphoid lymphoma malignant mesenteric metastases Microscopic Findings Morbidity and Mortality mucin mucosa mutations necrosis neoplasms neutrophils nodules normal nuclei obstruction pancreatic Pathologic Features Gross patients pattern perianal polyposis polyps present Prognosis and Therapy prominent Radiologic Features rare rectal resection seen SHEET Definition small bowel stain submucosal surface Surg Pathol surgical symptoms syndrome tissue tract typically ulcerative colitis usually viral