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Atlas of Endoscopic Ultrasonography

  • ID: 2019524
  • Book
  • 214 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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TheAtlas of Endoscopic Ultrasonography provides readers with a large collection of excellent images obtained from both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. The Atlas includes a DVD which will be an invaluable addition to the library of trainee and practising gastroenterologists with video clips and searchable database of images. Together the book and DVD offer a first class collection of images to give a highly integrated introduction to endoscopic ultrasonography.

The Atlas is an ideal companion to Dr Gress et al s Endoscopic Ultrasonography, Second Edition.

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List of Contributors, vii

Preface, x

Part 1 Normal EUS Anatomy, 1

1 Normal Human Anatomy, 3John C. Deutsch

2 Esophagus: Radial and Linear, 10James L. Wise & John C. Deutsch

3 Normal Mediastinal Anatomy by EUS and EBUS, 14Silvio Wanderley de Melo Jr. & Michael B. Wallace

4 Stomach: Radial and Linear, 18Joo Ha Hwang

5 Bile Duct: Radial and Linear, 21Kapil Gupta

6 EUS of the Normal Pancreas, 24Richard A. Erickson & James T. Sing Jr.

7 Liver, Spleen, and Kidneys: Radial and Linear, 29Nalini M. Guda & Marc F. Catalano

8 Anatomy of the Anorectum: Radial and Linear, 32Christoph F. Dietrich

Part 2 Upper and Lower GI EUS, 35

9 Esophageal Cancer, 37Syed M. Abbas Fehmi

10 Esophageal Motility Disorders, 44Thuy Anh Le & Ravinder K. Mittal

11 Malignant Mediastinal Lesions, 54M. Babitha Reddy, David H. Robbins, & Mohamad A. Eloubeidi

12 Benign Mediastinal Lesions, 57M. Babitha Reddy, David H. Robbins, & Mohamad A. Eloubeidi

13 Gastric Cancer, 59Douglas O. Faigel & Sarah A. Rodriguez

14 Gastric and Esophageal Subepithelial Masses, 64David J. Owens & Andrew J. Bain

15 Anorectal Neoplasia, 70Manoop S. Bhutani & Everson L. A. Artifon

16 Anal Sphincter Disease: Fecal Incontinence and Fistulas, 75Raymond S. Tang & Thomas J. Savides

17 Other Pelvic Pathology, 81Everson L. A. Artifon, Lucio G. B. Rossini, & Carlos K. Furuya Jr.

18 Vascular Anomalies and Abnormalities, 88John C. Deutsch

Part 3 Pancreatico–biliary, 93

19 Duodenal and Ampullary Neoplasia, 95Brenna Casey Bounds

20 Biliary Tract Pathology, 97Brenna Casey Bounds

21 Gallbladder Pathology, 100Sam Yoselevitz & Ann Marie Joyce

22 Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma, 103Douglas G. Adler

23 Pancreatic Malignancy (Non–adenocarcinoma), 107Michael J. Levy & Suresh T. Chari

24 Autoimmune Pancreatitis, 112Michael J. Levy & Suresh T. Chari

25 Pancreatic Cystic Lesions: The Role of EUS, 116William R. Brugge

26 Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms: The Role of EUS, 120William R. Brugge

27 Chronic Pancreatitis, 124David G. Forcione

28 Liver Pathology, 129Indraneel Chakrabarty & Ann Marie Joyce

Part 4 How to Section, 133

29 How to Interpret EUS–FNA Cytology, 135Cynthia Behling

30 How to do Mediastinal FNA, 144Sammy Ho

31 How to do Pancreatic Mass FNA, 148Michael D. Harris & Jonathan M. Buscaglia

32 How to do Pancreatic Mass Tru–cut Biopsy, 153Michael J. Levy & Maurits J. Wiersema

33 How to do Pancreatic Cyst FNA, 159Aman Ali & William R. Brugge

34 How to do Pancreatic Pseudocyst Drainage, 162Shyam Varadarajulu & Vinay Dhir

35 How to do Pancreatic Cyst Ablation, 167John DeWitt

36 How to do Celiac Plexus Block, 172Adam J. Goodman & Frank G. Gress

37 How to Place Fiducials for Radiation Therapy, 175Satish Nagula & Christopher J. DiMaio

38 How to Inject Chemotherapeutic Agents, 178V. Raman Muthusamy & Kenneth J. Chang

39 How to do EUS–guided Biliary Drainage, 181Jennifer Maranki & Michel Kahaleh

40 How to do EUS–guided Pelvic Abscess Drainage, 186Shyam Varadarajulu & Sandeep Lakhtakia

41 How to do Doppler Probe EUS for Bleeding, 190Richard C. K. Wong

Index, 199

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Overall, the book reaches its intended audience and adds to the existing body of media by putting together a compendium of images and focused text that provides a quick reference for individuals in all phases of their careers. The book has particular strengths with the how–to and the video sections, which really make it a welcome addition to the literature. This new textbook fills an important gap for both novice and ongoing learning, written by expert endosonographers, and will be a useful addition to their libraries.   (Gastroenterology, 1 August 2012)

This is a great addition to the growing body of literature serving as introduction to EUS . . . I hope this is a wonderful success and inspires many more iterations.   (Doody s, 21 December 2012)

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