Practical Gastroenterology and Hepatology Board Review Toolkit. 2nd Edition

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  • 680 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Packed with Board–focused hints, case studies and 250 Board–standard test MCQs, Gastroenterology and Hepatology Board Review Toolkit is the ideal toolkit for gastroenterology residents and fellows to consult throughout their training, particularly those preparing for Board exams and certification. Gastroenterology and Hepatology Board Review Toolkit, 2nd edition provides chapter–by–chapter, expert coverage on every disease and symptom likely to be encountered during GI residency and fellowship. 

Chapters are short and digestible, with a strong emphasis on the essential clinical knowledge required during GI training. Board hints/tips, management algorithms, case histories and Board–focused chapter summaries accompany every chapter to aid rapid assimilation of key knowledge. 

  • GI Board–focused throughout with a section specifically on how to ace the Boards perfect for GI trainees
  • Each chapter packed with handy features such as Board Hints study boxes, key points, management algorithms, case histories and a chapter summary.
  • Recreates the GI Board exam via the online Test Board MCQs and allows earning of CME credits at the same time
  • Contains 50 outstanding endoscopic/surgical videos from the experts to improve technical skills required for Board certification
  • Both symptom and disease focused with every symptom and disease of the GI tract covered in a specific chapter
  • Includes the latest management guidelines from the key international societies such as the  ASG, ASGE, AASLD and EASL
  • Full color throughout and contains 300 high–quality photos and artwork
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List of contributors, ix

Foreword, xv

Preface, xvii

About the companion website, xviii

Section I: How to Ace the Boards in Gastroenterology and Hepatology

1 Introduction and Overview of the Gastroenterology Boards, 3Brooks Cash

Section II: Esophagus and stomach
Editors Kenneth R. DeVault and Nick J. Talley

Part 1: Pathobiology of the Esophagus and Stomach

2 Anatomy, Embryology, and Congenital Malformations of the Esophagus and Stomach, 11Lori A. Orlando and Roy C. Orlando

3 Esophageal and Gastric Motor Function, 15Kenneth R. DeVault, Ernest P. Bouras, and Nicholas J. Talley

Part 2: Other Diagnostic Modalities

4 Radiologic Approach to Diagnosis, 23Stephen W. Trenkner and James E. Huprich

5 Esophageal Motility Disorders, 28Magnus Halland and Kenneth R. DeVault

6 Gastric Motility Testing, 36Jan Tack

Part 3: Problem–Based Approach to Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis

7 General Approach to History–Taking and Physical Examination of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract, 43Evan S. Dellon and Eugene M. Bozymski

8 Heartburn, Regurgitation, and Chest Pain, 46Kenneth R. DeVault

9 Dysphagia, 52Dawn L. Francis

10 Miscellaneous Upper Gastrointestinal Symptoms, 56Mohamed Sultan and James H. Lewis

11 Dyspepsia, 70Nicholas J. Talley, Kate Napthali, and Kenneth McQuaid

12 Nausea and Vomiting, 74John K. DiBaise

13 Hematemesis, 79Thomas O.G. Kovacs and Dennis M. Jensen

Part 4: Diseases of the Esophagus

14 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, 85Robert T. Kavitt and Michael F. Vaezi

15 Barrett s Esophagus, 91Shanmugarajah Rajendra and Prateek Sharma

16 Eosinophilic Esophagitis, 98Jeffrey A. Alexander

17 Strictures, Rings, andWebs, 105Ioannis S. Papanikolaou and Peter D. Siersema

Part 5: Diseases of the Stomach

18 Peptic Ulcer Disease, 115Francis K.L. Chan and Nicholas J. Talley

19 Helicobacter pylori, 121Barry J. Marshall

20 Gastritis, 126Massimo Rugge and David Y. Graham

21 Gastroparesis, 132Henry P. Parkman and Nicholas J. Talley

22 Non–variceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding, 138Thomas J. Savides

23 Other Gastric Tumors (Benign and Malignant), 145Sun–Chuan Dai and Michael L. Kochman

24 Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis, 152Magnus Halland and Nicholas J. Talley

25 Esophageal and Gastric Involvement in Systemic and Cutaneous Diseases, 156John M. Wo

Part 6: Functional Disease of the Esophagus and Stomach

26 Functional Esophageal Disorders, 169Ellionore Jarbrink–Sehgal, Kenneth R. DeVault, and Nicholas J. Talley

Section III: Intestine and Pancreas

Editor Michael Wallace

Part 1: Pathobiology of the Intestine and Pancreas

27 Clinical Anatomy, Embryology, and Congenital Anomalies, 177Advitya Malhotra and Joseph H. Sellin

28 Small–Intestinal Hormones and Neurotransmitters, 181James Reynolds

29 Mucosal Immunology of the Intestine, 187Maneesh Dave and William A. Faubion

30 Motor and Sensory Function, 191Vineet S. Gudsoorkar and Eamonn M.M. Quigley

31 Neoplasia, 198John M. Carethers

Part 2: Problem–Based Approach to Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis

32 General Approach to Relevant History–Taking and Physical Examination, 203Christopher L. Steele and Suzanne Rose

33 Acute Diarrhea, 213John R. Cangemi

34 Chronic Diarrhea, 218Lawrence R. Schiller

35 Loss of Appetite and Loss ofWeight, 223Angela Vizzini and Jaime Aranda–Michel

36 Gastrointestinal Food Allergy and Intolerance, 227Mark T. DeMeo

37 Obesity: Presentations and Management Options, 231Andres Acosta, Todd A. Kellogg, and Barham K. Abu Dayyeh

38 Hematochezia, 237Lisa L. Strate

39 Obscure Gastrointestinal Bleeding, 241R. Sameer Islam and Shabana F. Pasha

40 Constipation, 246Arnold Wald

41 Perianal Disease, 251Leyla J. Ghazi and David A. Schwartz

42 Fecal Incontinence, 256David Prichard and Adil E. Bharucha

43 Colorectal Cancer Screening, 261Katherine S. Garman and Dawn Provenzale

44 Endoscopic Palliation of Malignant Obstruction, 266Todd H. Baron

Part 3: Diseases of the Small Intestine

45 Crohn s Disease, 273Kara M. De Felice and Sunanda V. Kane

46 Small–Bowel Tumors, 279Nadir Arber and Menachem Moshkowitz

47 Small–Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, 285Johanna Iturrino and Madhusudan Grover

48 Celiac Disease and Tropical Sprue, 291Alberto Rubio–Tapia and Joseph A. Murray

49 Whipple s Disease, 296Seema A. Patil and George T. Fantry

50 Short–Bowel Syndrome, 299Alan L. Buchman

51 Protein–Losing Gastroenteropathy, 304Lauren K. Schwartz and Carol E. Semrad

52 Acute Mesenteric Ischemia and Chronic Mesenteric Insufficiency, 308Timothy T. Nostrant

53 Intestinal Obstruction and Pseudo–obstruction, 313Magnus Halland and Purna Kashyap

Part 4: Diseases of the Colon and Rectum

54 Ulcerative Colitis, 323Sunanda V. Kane

55 Clostridium difficile Infection and Pseudomembranous Colitis, 328Byron P. Vaughn and J. Thomas Lamont

56 Colonic Ischemia, 333Timothy T. Nostrant

57 Acute Diverticulitis, 338Yuliya Y. Yurko and Tonia M. Young–Fadok

58 Acute Colonic Pseudo–obstruction, 343Michael D. Saunders

59 Colonic Polyps and Colorectal Cancer, 349John B. Kisiel, Paul J. Limburg, and Lisa A. Boardman

60 Pregnancy and Luminal Gastrointestinal Disease, 357Sumona Saha

61 Consequences of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection, 363Vera P. Luther and P. Samuel Pegram

Part 5: Diseases of the Pancreas

62 Acute Pancreatitis and (Peri)pancreatic Fluid Collections, 371Santhi Swaroop Vege

63 Chronic Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Pseudocysts, 378Pierre Hindy and Scott Tenner

64 Pancreatic Cancer and Cystic Pancreatic Neoplasms, 383William R. Brugge

Part 6: Functional Diseases of the Small and Large Intestine

65 Irritable Bowel Syndrome, 391Elizabeth J. Videlock and Lin Chang

66 Chronic Functional Constipation and Dyssynergic Defecation, 400Satish S.C. Rao and Yeong Yeh Lee

67 Chronic Functional Abdominal Pain, 407Amy E. Foxx–Orenstein

68 Abdominal Bloating and Visible Distension, 412Mark Pimentel

Part 7: Transplantation

69 Gastrointestinal Complications of Solid Organ and Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation, 419Natasha Chandok and Kymberly D.S. Watt

Section IV: Liver and Biliary Tract

Editors Keith Lindor and Bashar A. Aqel

Part 1: Diagnostic Approaches in Liver Disease

70 Approach to History–Taking and Physical Examination in Liver and Biliary Disease, 429David D. Douglas

71 Acute Liver Failure, 435Khurram Bari and Robert J. Fontana

72 Imaging of the Liver and Bile Ducts: Radiographic and Clinical Assessment of Findings, 442Thomas J. Byrne and Alvin C. Silva

73 Assessment of Liver Fibrosis: Liver Biopsy and Other Techniques, 450Sumeet K. Asrani and Jayant Talwalkar

74 Endoscopic Techniques Used in the Management of Liver and Biliary Tree Disease: ERCP and EUS, 455Toufic Kachaamy and Douglas Faigel

Part 2: Diseases of the Liver

75 Acute Viral Hepatitis: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis E, and Other Viruses, 465Iliana Doycheva and Juan F. Gallegos–Orozco

76 Chronic Hepatitis B and D, 473Vijayan Balan, Jorge Rakela, and Rebecca Corey

77 Hepatitis C, 480Michael Charlton and Travis Dick

78 Bacterial and Other Non–viral Infections of the Liver, 487Maria Teresa A. Seville, Roberto L. Patron, Ann McCullough, and Shimon Kusne

79 Alcoholic Liver Disease, 498Moira Hilscher and Vijay Shah

80 Drug–Induced Liver Injury, 503Einar Björnsson and Naga Chalasani

81 Autoimmune Liver Diseases, 508Justin A. Reynolds and Elizabeth J. Carey

82 Vascular Diseases of the Liver, 513Brenda Ernst, Pierre Noel, and Bashar A. Aqel

83 Metabolic Syndrome andNon–alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, 522Paul Angulo

84 Hemochromatosis,Wilson s Disease, and Alpha–1–Antitrypsin Deficiency, 530Lisa M. Glass and Rolland C. Dickson

85 Hepatic Manifestations of Systemic Diseases, 538Stephen Crane Hauser

86 Diseases of the Biliary Tract and Gallbladder, 543Wajeeh Salah and M. Edwyn Harrison

87 Portal Hypertension, 554Humberto C. Gonzalez and Patrick S. Kamath

88 TIPS, 567Santiago Cornejo and Sailendra Naidu

89 Primary Carcinoma of the Liver, 574Renumathy Dhanasekaran, Julie K. Heimbach, and Lewis R. Roberts

90 Pregnancy and Liver Disease, 582J. Eileen Hay

91 Pediatric Liver Disease, 587Tamir Miloh

Part 3: Liver Transplantation

92 Indications and Selection of Patients for Liver Transplantation, 601Michael D. Leise and Marie A. Laryea

93 What Every Hepatologist Should Know about Liver Transplantation, 608Peter S. Yoo and David C. Mulligan

94 Immunosuppression Used in Liver Transplantation, 617Rebecca L. Corey and David D. Douglas

95 Medical Management of the Liver Transplant Patient, 626William C. Palmer and Denise M. Harnois

96 Organ Allocation Policy: Practical Issues and Challenges to the Gastroenterologist, 632Jessica Yu and Pratima Sharma

97 Endoscopic Ultrasound, 637Thomas J. Savides

Online–Only Chapters

98 Small–Intestinal UlcerationsReza Y. Akhtar and Blair S. Lewis

99 EnteroscopyG. Anton Decker, Jonathan A. Leighton, and Frank J. Lukens

100 Esophageal Dilation: An OverviewParth J. Parekh and David A. Johnson

101 Advanced Colonoscopy, Polypectomy, and Colonoscopic ImagingFarrah Rahmani and Douglas K. Rex

102 Physiology of Weight RegulationLouis Chaptini and Steven Peikin

Index, 641

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Editor–in–Chief:
Nicholas J. Talley, MD, PhD, is a nationally and internationally recognized clinical gastroenterologist and researcher with a special interest in neurogastroenterology and gastrointestinal epidemiology. He is Pro Vice–Chancellor (and Professor) and Dean (Health) at the University of Newcastle, Australia, but also holds appointments as Adjunct Professor and Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, US, and Adjunct Professor at University of North Carolina. He was previously Chair of the Department of Medicine at Mayo Clinic Florida. Dr Talley is a previous Editor–in–Chief of theAmerican Journal of Gastroenterology.
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