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While different textbooks combine a scientific strategy with quite a lot of the fundamental technological know-how of gastroenterology, this booklet concentrates on supplying working towards gastroenterologists with a hundred% clinically targeted, evidence-based chapters on find out how to accurately analysis and deal with all issues of the digestive tract. once more, the publication is split into four transparent components: Symptoms, Syndromes and situations; illnesses of the intestine and Liver; Primer of Diagnostic Methods; and Primer of Treatments. An accompanying site comprises greater than eighty five high-definition surgical video clips of diagnostic and healing endoscopic approaches, three hundred MCQs written to reflect the yank collage of Gastroenterology postgraduate direction checks, greater than 35 administration protocol charts for various illnesses, and 850+ illustrations to be used in medical presentations.Content:
Chapter 1 Heartburn and Noncardiac Chest soreness (pages 1–19): Tiberiu Hershcovici and Ronnie Fass
Chapter 2 Dysphagia and Odynophagia (pages 11–15): Stacey R. Zavala and Philip O. Katz
Chapter three power or Recurrent belly discomfort (pages 16–21): Ayman Koteish and Anthony N. Kalloo
Chapter four Dyspepsia: Ulcer and Non?Ulcer/Bloating and Early Satiety/Belching and Rumination (pages 22–25): Alexander C. Ford and Paul Moayyedi
Chapter five Nausea and Vomiting (pages 26–31): Jan Tack
Chapter 6 Diarrhea (pages 32–42): Matthew R. Banks and Michael J. G. Farthing
Chapter 7 Fecal Incontinence (pages 43–46): Ashok Attaluri and Satish S. C. Rao
Chapter eight Rectal Bleeding (pages 47–50): Benjamin Krevsky
Chapter nine Anorectal ache and Pruritus Ani (pages 51–53): Steven D. Wexner and Giovanna M. da Silva
Chapter 10 sensible Gastrointestinal illness (pages 54–60): C. J. Hawkey, Jaime Bosch, Joel E. Richter, Guadalupe Garcia?Tsao and Francis ok. L. Chan
Chapter eleven Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa (pages 61–67): Tomas J. Silber
Chapter 12 weight-loss (pages 68–72): Arvey I. Rogers, Hendrikus S. Vanderveldt and Amar R. Deshpande
Chapter thirteen Gastrointestinal reasons of Anemia and Occult Bleeding (pages 73–77): Kevin A. Ghassemi, Dennis M. Jensen and Rome Jutabha
Chapter 14 Pruritus (pages 78–83): Nora V. Bergasa
Chapter 15 Jaundice (pages 84–92): Adrian Reuben
Chapter sixteen recognizing and working with indicators of power Liver illness: A Guided travel (pages 93–102): Adrian Reuben
Chapter 17 Ascites (pages 103–106): Guadalupe Garcia?Tsao
Chapter 18 irregular Liver functionality checks (pages 107–113): Varun Sharma and Arun J. Sanyal
Chapter 19 Acute stomach soreness (pages 114–125): Dileep N. Lobo
Chapter 20 Hematemesis and Melena (pages 126–131): Anthony Y. B. Teoh and James Y. W. Lau
Chapter 21 Acute decrease Gastrointestinal Bleeding (pages 132–138): Thomas O. G. Kovacs and Dennis M. Jensen
Chapter 22 H. Pylori: Its illnesses and administration (pages 139–144): Barry J. Marshall, Helen M. Windsor and Kazufumi Kimura
Chapter 23 Being on Nonsteroidal Anti?Inflammatory medicines (pages 145–149): Neville D. Yeomans and Francis ok. L. Chan
Chapter 24 Gastrointestinal difficulties within the aged (pages 150–155): James Frith and Julia L. Newton
Chapter 25 combating GI melanoma in these in danger (pages 156–167): Nicola E. Burch and Janusz A. Jankowski
Chapter 26 difficulties in Pediatrics (pages 168–174): Simon Murch
Chapter 27 Gastroesophageal Reflux ailment (pages 175–193): Tiberiu Hershcovici and Ronnie Fass
Chapter 28 Benign Esophageal Strictures and Caustic Esophageal harm (pages 194–196): Timothy T. Nostrant
Chapter 29 Barrett's Esophagus (pages 197–203): Neil Gupta and Prateek Sharma
Chapter 30 Esophageal melanoma (pages 204–213): Tamas A. Gonda and Charles J. Lightdale
Chapter 31 Infections of the Esophagus and belly (pages 214–218): George B. McDonald
Chapter 32 Peptic Ulcer (pages 219–233): C. J. Hawkey and John C. Atherton
Chapter 33 Gastritis (pages 234–247): Richard H. Lash and Robert M. Genta
Chapter 34 Adenocarcinoma (Gastric melanoma and Miscellaneous Malignancy) (pages 248–253): Dai?Ming Fan and Kai?Chun Wu
Chapter 35 Gastric Lymphoma (pages 254–257): Andrea Grin and Runjan Chetty
Chapter 36 Esophageal Motility problems (pages 258–264): Peter J. Kahrilas
Chapter 37 Gastric Motility issues (pages 265–271): Jan Tack
Chapter 38 foodstuff hypersensitive reaction and Intolerance (pages 272–278): Stephan C. Bischoff and Katrin Feuser
Chapter 39 Maldigestion and Malabsorption (pages 279–287): Arvey I. Rogers and Ryan D. Madanick
Chapter forty Celiac affliction (pages 288–298): Daniel A. Leffler,, Andres Cardenas and Ciaran P. Kelly
Chapter forty-one brief Bowel Syndrome (pages 299–304): Christian S. Jackson and Alan L. Buchman
Chapter forty two Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (pages 305–310): Ahmed Abu Shanab, Rodrigo M. Quera and Eamonn M. M. Quigley
Chapter forty three Bile Acid Malabsorption (pages 311–317): Linda Wedlake and Jervoise Andreyev
Chapter forty four Protein?Losing issues of the Gastrointestinal Tract (pages 318–323): Simon Murch
Chapter forty five Infective Diarrhea (pages 324–337): Michael J. G. Farthing and Anna Casburn?Jones
Chapter forty six tourists' Diarrhea (pages 338–341): Andrew W. DuPont and Herbert L. DuPont
Chapter forty seven stomach Tuberculosis (pages 342–348): Bhupinder Anand
Chapter forty eight Parasites (pages 349–354): John Croese
Chapter forty nine Ulcerative Colitis (pages 355–371): Fergus Shanahan
Chapter 50 Crohn's ailment (pages 372–393): Severine Vermeire, Gert Van Assche and Paul Rutgeerts
Chapter fifty one Indeterminate Colitis (pages 394–398): Stephan R. Targan and C. J. Hawkey
Chapter fifty two Microscopic Colitis (pages 399–405): Frank Hoentjen, Chris Mulder and Gerd Bouma
Chapter fifty three Eosinophilic issues of the Gastrointestinal Tract (pages 406–411): Jon A. Vanderhoof and Rosemary J. Young
Chapter fifty four Pseudomembranous Colitis (pages 412–416): Tanya M. Monaghan and Yashwant R. Mahida
Chapter fifty five Ischemia/Ischemic Colitis (pages 417–420): Aliya G. Hasan and Joel S. Levine
Chapter fifty six Small Bowel Tumours (pages 421–427): Matthew P. Spinn and Sushovan Guha
Chapter fifty seven Biology and Genetics of Colorectal melanoma and Polyps and Polyposis (pages 428–437): Ajay Goel and Christian Arnold
Chapter fifty eight Colorectal melanoma: Screening and Surveillance (pages 438–443): Austin G. Acheson and John H. Scholefield
Chapter fifty nine Colorectal melanoma: A Multidisciplinary method (pages 444–454): Rachel S. Midgley, Haitham M. Al?Salama, A. Merrie, N. Mortensen and David J. Kerr
Chapter 60 Obstruction and Volvulus (pages 455–461): Rakesh Bhardwaj and Michael C. Parker
Chapter sixty one Constipation and Constipation Syndromes (pages 462–471): Adil E. Bharucha and Madhusudan Grover
Chapter sixty two Irritable Bowel Syndrome (pages 472–481): Robin Spiller
Chapter sixty three Diverticular illness of the Colon (pages 482–487): Anish A. Sheth and Martin H. Floch
Chapter sixty four Megacolon and Pseudo?Obstruction (pages 488–492): Eamonn M. M. Quigley
Chapter sixty five Splanchnic Vascular problems (pages 493–497): J. Hajo van Bockel, Robert H. Geelkerken and Jeroen J. Kolkman
Chapter sixty six Drug?Induced harm to the Small and big gut (pages 498–504): Ingvar Bjarnason, Zeino Zeino and man Sisson
Chapter sixty seven Acute Appendicitis (pages 505–510): John Simpson and David J. Humes
Chapter sixty eight Anorectal ailments (pages 511–517): Steven D. Wexner and Giovanna M. da Silva
Chapter sixty nine Acute Pancreatitis (pages 518–524): Georgios Papachristou, Vijay Singh and David C. Whitcomb
Chapter 70 continual Pancreatitis (pages 525–532): Pascal O. Berberat, Guralp O. Ceyhan, Zilvinas Dambrauskas, Markus W. Buchler and Helmut Friess
Chapter seventy one Pancreatic Exocrine Tumors (pages 533–545): Paula Ghaneh and John P. Neoptolemos
Chapter seventy two Cysts and Pseudocysts of the Pancreas (pages 546–551): Brian G. Turner and William R. Brugge
Chapter seventy three improvement and Miscellaneous Abnormalities (pages 552–556): Erica Makin and Mark Davenport
Chapter seventy four Cholelithiasis, Choledocholithiasis, and Cholecystitis (pages 557–566): Franz Ludwig Dumoulin and Tilman Sauerbruch
Chapter seventy five Sphincter of Oddi disorder (pages 567–572): Dana C. Moffatt, Stuart Sherman and Evan L. Fogel
Chapter seventy six basic sclerosing cholangitis (pages 573–579): Sombat Treeprasertsuk and Keith D. Lindor
Chapter seventy seven Cholangiocarcinoma (pages 580–585): Konstantinos N. Lazaridis and Gregory J. Gores
Chapter seventy eight Congenital abnormalities of the biliary tract (pages 586–592): Daniel Dhumeaux, Elie Serge Zafrani, Daniel Cherqui and Alain Luciani
Chapter seventy nine Acute viral hepatitis (pages 593–602): Amer Skopic and Maria H. Sjogren
Chapter eighty continual hepatitis B (pages 603–609): Tarik Asselah, Olivier Lada, Rami Moucari and Patrick Marcellin
Chapter eighty one power viral hepatitis C (pages 610–617): Xavier Forns and Jose M. Sanchez?Tapias
Chapter eighty two continual viral hepatitis D (pages 618–622): Patrizia Farci and Maria Eliana Lai
Chapter eighty three Liver worms (pages 623–629): Donald P. McManus
Chapter eighty four Liver protozoa (pages 630–632): David Kershenobich, Guillermo Robles?Diaz and Juan Miguel Abdo Francis
Chapter eighty five Bacterial and fungal infections of the liver (pages 633–637): Simon Rushbrook and Alexander Gimson
Chapter 86 fundamental biliary cirrhosis (pages 638–641): Raoul Poupon
Chapter 87 Autoimmune hepatitis and overlap syndromes (pages 642–648): Heike Bantel, Kinan Rifai and Michael P. Manns
Chapter 88 Alcoholic liver illnesses (pages 649–657): Jennifer T. Wells and Michael R. Lucey
Chapter 89 Nonalcoholic fatty liver illness (pages 658–674): Arthur J. McCullough and Srinivasan Dasarathy
Chapter ninety Hemochromatosis (pages 675–682): Antonello Pietrangelo
Chapter ninety one Alpha?1?antitrypsin deficiency (pages 683–688): Feras T. Alissa and David H. Perlmutter
Chapter ninety two Wilson disorder (pages 689–694): Peter Ferenci
Chapter ninety three Drug prescription in liver affliction (pages 695–699): Guido Stirnimann and Jurg Reichen
Chapter ninety four Genetic and metabolic liver illnesses in formative years (pages 700–705): Giorgina Mieli?Vergani and Richard Thompson
Chapter ninety five Disturbances of bilirubin metabolism (pages 706–712): Cristina Bellarosa and Claudio Tiribelli
Chapter ninety six Polycystic liver ailments (pages 713–718): Luca Fabris, Catherine McCrann and Mario Strazzabosco
Chapter ninety seven Cirrhosis of the liver (pages 719–727): Gennaro D'Amico and Giuseppe Malizia
Chapter ninety eight Portal high blood pressure (pages 728–736): Juan Carlos Garcia?Pagan, Roberto J. Groszmann and Jaime Bosch
Chapter ninety nine Ascites and hepatorenal syndrome (pages 737–744): Andres Cardenas and Pere Gines
Chapter a hundred Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (pages 745–750): Guadalupe Garcia?Tsao
Chapter one zero one Hepatopulmonary syndrome and portopulmonary high blood pressure (pages 751–756): Rajan Kochar and Michael B. Fallon
Chapter 102 Hepatic Encephalopathy (pages 757–765): Thomas A. Brown and Kevin D. Mullen
Chapter 103 Acute Liver Failure (pages 766–772): John G. O'Grady and Julia Wendon
Chapter 104 Tumors of the Liver (pages 773–785): Alejandro Forner, Carlos Rodriguez de Lope, Maria Reig and Jordi Bruix
Chapter one hundred and five Vascular problems of the Liver (pages 786–792): Dominique?Charles Valla
Chapter 106 Granulomas of the LIVER (pages 793–798): Miquel Bruguera Cortada and Rosa Miquel Morera
Chapter 107 Liver ailments and being pregnant (pages 799–804): J. Eileen Hay
Chapter 108 Liver Transplantation: symptoms and choice of applicants and fast issues (pages 805–812): Patrick S. Kamath and John J. Poterucha
Chapter 109 Long?Term administration of Recurrent basic Liver illness (pages 813–830): Kiran Bambha and Norah A. Terrault
Chapter one hundred ten Collagen Vascular and Vasculitic issues (pages 831–838): Ulf Muller?Ladner and Jurgen Scholmerich
Chapter 111 Systemic ailment and the Gastrointestinal Tract (pages 839–843): Paul J. Fortun
Chapter 112 Pancreatic Endocrine Tumors (pages 844–857): Robert T. Jensen
Chapter 113 The Carcinoid Syndrome (pages 858–864): Eva Tiensuu Janson and Kjell Oberg
Chapter 114 AIDS and the intestine (pages 865–872): C. Mel Wilcox
Chapter one hundred fifteen Graft?Versus?Host disorder (pages 873–878): George B. McDonald
Chapter 116 Radiation and different Physicochemical harm (pages 879–885): Keith Leiper and Andrew R. Moore
Chapter 117 Systemic Amyloidosis (pages 886–892): Prayman T. Sattianayagam and Philip N. Hawkins
Chapter 118 overseas our bodies (pages 893–897): Lisa Swize and Patrick R. Pfau
Chapter 119 Porphyria (pages 898–907): Jean?Charles Deybach and Herve Puy
Chapter one hundred twenty The Hereditary Recurrent Fevers (pages 908–912): Elizabeth Drewe
Chapter 121 Abscesses and different Intra?Abdominal illnesses (pages 913–918): Juliane Bingener, Melanie L. Richards and Kenneth R. Sirinek
Chapter 122 Hernia (pages 919–924): Cindy Matsen and Leigh Neumayer
Chapter 123 higher Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Mucosal Biopsy (pages 925–935): Jayan Mannath and Krish Ragunath
Chapter 124 decrease Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Biopsy (pages 936–942): Jerome D. Waye
Chapter a hundred twenty five Endoscopic Ultrasonography (pages 943–950): V. Raman Muthusamy and Kenneth J. Chang
Chapter 126 Diagnostic and Interventional Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (pages 951–960): George J. M. Webster and Stephen P. Pereira
Chapter 127 Enteroscopy (Double?Balloon) (pages 961–968): Tomonori Yano and Hironori Yamamoto
Chapter 128 tablet Endoscopy (pages 969–974): Christina A. Tennyson and Blair S. Lewis
Chapter 129 Confocal Endomicroscopy (pages 975–982): Martin Goetz and Ralf Kiesslich
Chapter one hundred thirty Self?Propelled Colonoscopy (pages 983–988): Menachem Moshkowitz and Nadir Arber
Chapter 131 Percutaneous Ultrasound (pages 989–999): Winnie C. W. Chu and Vivian Y. F. Leung
Chapter 132 Barium Radiology (pages 1000–1005): Simon A. Jackson and Bruce M. Fox
Chapter 133 Computed Tomography (pages 1006–1013): Karin Herrmann and Pablo R. Ros
Chapter 134 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (pages 1014–1020): Luca Marciani, Robin C. Spiller, Penny A. Gowland and Peter D. Thurley
Chapter a hundred thirty five Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography (pages 1021–1026): V. Anik Sahni and Koenraad J. Mortele
Chapter 136 digital Colonoscopy (pages 1027–1034): Abraham H. Dachman, Ila Sethi and Philippe Lefere
Chapter 137 Positron Emission Tomography (pages 1035–1041): Sebastian Obrzut and Michael S. Kipper
Chapter 138 Non?Invasive Liver review (pages 1042–1045): M. Beaugrand
Chapter 139 Gastrointestinal Motility trying out (pages 1046–1053): Priyanka Sachdeva and Henry P. Parkman
Chapter one hundred forty dimension of Portal strain (pages 1054–1059): Annalisa Berzigotti and Juan G. Abraldes
Chapter 141 Liver Biopsy (pages 1060–1065): Cristina Ripoll and Rafael Banares
Chapter 142 optimum Tissue Sampling: The Pathologist's viewpoint (pages 1066–1073): Richard H. Lash, Shari L. Taylor and Robert M. Genta
Chapter 143 Drug Prescription in Liver sickness (pages 1075–1081): Guido Stirnimann and Jurg Reichen
Chapter one hundred forty four dietary review and help (pages 1082–1091): T. E. Bowling
Chapter one hundred forty five Variceal Ligation, Sclerotherapy, and different Hemostatic ideas for Varices and different Lesions (pages 1092–1102): Louis?Michel Wong Kee Song
Chapter 146 Non?Variceal top Gastrointestinal Bleeding (pages 1103–1110): Majid Almadi and Alan Barkun
Chapter 147 Photodynamic remedy within the Gastrointestinal Tract (pages 1111–1119): Masoud Panjehpour and Bergein F. Overholt
Chapter 148 Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy and Jejunostomy (pages 1120–1125): Jeffrey L. Ponsky and Benjamin okay. Poulose
Chapter 149 Endoscopic strategies of elimination Early Gastrointestinal Neoplams (pages 1126–1133): Haruhiro Inoue and Hitomi Minami
Chapter a hundred and fifty Dilation and Stenting of the Gastrointestinal Tract (pages 1134–1141): Lucio Petruzziello, Michele Marchese and Guido Costamagna
Chapter 151 Notes (pages 1142–1146): D. Nageshwar Reddy, G. V. Rao and Magnus J. Mansard
Chapter 152 The Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS) (pages 1147–1152): Christophe Bureau, Philippe Otal and Jean?Pierre Vinel
Chapter 153 Interventional Radiology (pages 1153–1157): Simon Chun?Ho Yu and Joyce Wai Yi Hui
Chapter 154 Paracentesis (pages 1158–1162): Andrea De Gottardi, Chong?Meng Yeo and Guadalupe Garcia?Tsao
Chapter a hundred and fifty five Liver Operations (pages 1163–1173): J. Michael Henderson and Michael D. Johnson
Chapter 156 Gastrointestinal Operations (pages 1174–1181): Robert J. C. Steele
Chapter 157 Minimally Invasive surgical procedure (pages 1182–1189): Todd A. Ponsky, Arjun Khosla and Jeffrey L. Ponsky

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Chest pain: relationship to psychiatric illness to coronary arteriographic results. Am J Med 1988;84(1):1–9. Fass R, Malagon I, Schmulson M. Chest pain of esophageal origin. Curr Opin Gastroenterol. 2001;17:376–380. Gasiorowska A, Fass R. The proton pump inhibitor (PPI) test in GERD: does it still have a role? J Clin Gastroenterol 2008 Sep;42(8):867–874. Wang W, Huang J, Zheng G, et al. Is proton pump inhibitor testing an effective approach to diagnose gastroesophageal reflux disease in patients with noncardiac chest pain?

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Lack of weight loss and fever, in the absence of major or significant depression, is supportive of a diagnosis of FAPS. 1 gives management guidelines for patients with FAPS. 2 Localization of abdominal pain • Right upper quadrant Biliary colic; Slipping rib syndrome • Left upper quadrant Splenic abscess or infarct • Right lower quadrant Ileitis; Renal disorders; Sacroileitis; Iliopsoas syndrome • Left lower quadrant Tubo-ovarian disorders; Colitis; Sacroileitis; Iliopsoas syndrome • Epigastric Peptic ulcer disease; Pancreatitis • Diffuse Inflammatory bowel disease; Familial Mediterranean fever; Acute intermittent porphyria; Irritable bowel syndrome; Nonulcer dyspepsia; Functional abdominal pain syndromes Pain quality Certain conditions are associated with rather specific pain qualities.

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