Gastrointestinal Pathophysiology

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Wiley, Aug 6, 1998 - Medical - 475 pages
Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathophysiology conforms to themovement in medical education toward embracing the integration ofinformation and incorporating the skills of knowledge acquisitionand problem-solving into the learning process.

Along with providing a brief review of the normal structure andfunction of the gastrointestinal tract, this text offersstate-of-the-art information about the pathophysiologic basis ofgastrointestinal and hepatobiliary diseases.

Although designed as a preclinical text, all medical studentswill find it a useful guide as they move from the study of thebasic sciences and begin to address clinical situations. The bookwill also be useful for house officers, fellows, and practitionersof internal medicine and family medicine, as well as forgastroenterologists and hepatologists.

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