The Clinician's Guide to Liver Disease
K. Rajender Reddy, Thomas Faust
SLACK Incorporated, 2006 - Medical - 356 pages
The Clinician's Guide to Liver Disease is a user-friendly quick reference for the management of acute and chronic liver disease for the gastroenterologist. Drs. K. Rajender Reddy and Thomas Faust provide a broad overview of all clinically relevant topics in the realm of liver disease, ranging from evaluation of the liver patient to liver transplantation. Many of today's leading gastroenterology professionals have contributed their expertise to The Clinician's Guide to Liver Disease, allowing the reader to quickly develop an individualized care plan. Part of The Clinician's Guide to GI Series, this essential text perfectly compliments the standard resources on liver disease. The user-friendly outline format allows for quick access to the topic at hand. With valuable case studies at the end of each chapter, as well as algorithms, tables, and figures, The Clinician's Guide to Liver Disease is an up-to-date and ideal text for all gastroenterologists, hepatologists, primary care physicians, gastroenterology fellows, medical residents, and medical students.
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Written with a similar reader-friendly format and including images, tables, and algorithms, each book in the series will serve as a solid, go-to reference for the practicing gastroenterologist, fellow, medical student, internist, and family practitioner.
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