1. Natural History of Esophageal Varices.
2. Medical Management of Portal Hypertension.
3. Endoscopic Therapy of Variceal Hemorrhage.
K.P. Block, M. Reichelderfer.
4. Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts.
5. Surgical Shunts for Portal Hypertension.
6. Peritoneovenous Shunting for Ascites.
7. Devascularization Procedures in the Treatment of Portal Hypertension.
J.E. Tuttle–Newhall, P.A. Clavien.
8. Liver Transplantation for Portal Hypertension.
9. Impact of Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts on Liver Transplantation.
10. Portal Hypertension in Children.
A.D. Kirk, M. Kalayoglu.
11. Integrating a Multidisciplinary Approach to Management of Portal Hypertension.
Annals of Vascular Surgery
"This book is of high quality. Its breadth, readability, and focused approach make it particularly useful for the busy internist, family physician, or allied health professional. Its organization and clear referencing to more in depth literature also facilitate further study into a particular topic. Key Internet addresses are also referenced to facilitate access to current, peer–reviewed information. Overall, this is an excellent reference text."
Doody s Review Service
"This book provides a good overview of each of the current therapies for portal hypertension. It will be appreciated mostly by general surgeons having a special interest in this condition and by interventional radiologists, hepatogastroenterologists and intensive care specialists who deal with this complex disease."
Canadian Journal of Surgery
"...this book provides an excellent source for general surgeons, gastroenterologists, and particularly for residents and fellows in the fields of interventional radiology, hepatology, and transplantation. Overall, the book is well organized and well written."
Archives of Surgery
"Overall this book will be a good source for gastroenterologists, hepatologists, hepatobiliary surgeons and invasive radiologists involved in treating patients with portal hypertension. Trainees will find the book very informative on the modern management of portal hypertension. The book s graphical illustrations and multidisciplinary approach are a great plus. It is adequately priced at $150.00 and would make a good addition to medical libraries."
"In all, this text is a useful addition to the library of physicians interested in the treatment of portal hypertension and its sequela."