Kirsner's Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Joseph B. Kirsner, R. B. Sartor, William J. Sandborn
Saunders, 2004 - Medical - 754 pages
This comprehensive New Edition describes all of the latest scientific and clinical advances in the field of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). A new editorial teamjoined by a superb group of international authoritiesexamine every aspect of IBDincluding etiology and pathogenesis, diagnosis and evaluation, medical and surgical therapy, and more. A wealth of expanded coverage, additional international contributors, extensive updating throughout, and numerous diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms make this an essential resource.
With over 75 additional contributing experts.
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