by Sue posted Tuesday, December 3rd 2013.
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by Sue posted Friday, November 15th 2013.
Accurate, high-quality images are especially vital for gastrointestinal therapy. The Atlas of Gastroenterology is a gold-standard tool that provides specialists with an outstanding array of images covering all facets of the field. With endoscopic ultrasonographs, computed tomography scans, magnetic resonance images, radionuclide images, and angiograms demonstrating every clinical condition from liver abscess, to endocrine neoplasms
by Sue posted Wednesday, November 13th 2013.
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by Sue posted Thursday, November 7th 2013.
Whereas other textbooks mix a clinical approach with large amounts of the basic science of gastroenterology, this book concentrates on providing practicing gastroenterologists with 100% clinically focused, evidence-based chapters on how to correctly diagnosis and treat all disorders of the digestive tract. Once again, the book is divided into 4 clear parts: Symptoms, Syndromes and
by Sue posted Tuesday, November 5th 2013.
Sleisenger & Fordtran’s Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease Review and Assessment, by Anthony DiMarino, MD, is your ideal study aid for the American Board of Internal Medicine’s Subspecialty Examination in Gastroenterology. Over 1,000 review questions, both on expertconsult.com and inside the book, challenge your mastery of the entire spectrum of topics covered on the exam. Links
by Sue posted Thursday, October 24th 2013.
Netter’s Gastroenterology, 2nd Edition, edited by Martin H. Floch, MD, covers the entire field of digestive diseases-including those related to gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition-in one concise reference. A templated format offers a quick and memorable summary of nearly 300 of the most commonly encountered clinical conditions, from the classic to more contemporary, while hundreds of
by Sue posted Tuesday, October 22nd 2013.
The authority of Harrison’s in a handy, full-color paperback devoted exclusively to Gastroenterology and Hepatology “the book is ideal for medical students and residents rotating on a gastroenterology service (who may prefer to own the parent textbook) and would be useful to practitioners studying for the Maintenance of Certification examination.”–Gastroenterology Featuring the chapters on Gastroenterology
by Sue posted Sunday, October 20th 2013.
Designed for quick, easy point-of-care reference during hospital rounds and in the outpatient clinic, this pocket book provides clinically relevant information on over 100 gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatic problems and important endoscopy topics. Each topic is presented in easy-to-scan bullet lists and tables on interfacing pages, with headings that include definition, epidemiology, etiology, pathophysiology, clinical
by Sue posted Wednesday, October 16th 2013.
Just the facts are included in this book. This is the perfect text if you are looking for a quick review of the information you need to know about Gastroenterology. This rapid access information won’t waste your time. This Gastroenterology Study Guide has distilled the key details down to the concise facts that you will
by Sue posted Monday, October 14th 2013.
Over the past twenty years, thousands of physicians have come to depend on Yamada’s Textbook of Gastroenterology. Its encyclopaedic discussion of the basic science underlying gastrointestinal and liver diseases as well as the many diagnostic and therapeutic modalities available to the patients who suffer from them was—and still is—beyond compare. This new edition provides the