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Gastrointestinal Pathology. Correlative Endoscopic and Histologic Assessment. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5229420
  • Book
  • June 2021
  • 384 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

An illustrated guide to best practices when performing and assessing biopsies for GI conditions of all kinds

Accurate diagnosis of GI conditions necessarily entails both the careful taking of biopsies and the informed analysis of tissue material. With that being so, gastroenterologists and GI pathologists alike must have a solid understanding of the techniques, handling requirements, and diagnostic characteristics involved if they are to collaborate effectively. Gastrointestinal Pathology has been designed to provide a clinically focussed and richly illustrated guide to real-world scenarios faced by practicing GI specialists, offering step-by-step instruction and professional advice on the correct diagnosis of all major GI conditions. This essential new book includes:

  • Full-color illustrations throughout
  • Complete details of biopsy samples required to diagnose specific conditions
  • Reviews of differential diagnoses
  • Clinical management clues based on pathologic findings

Featuring information to improve the practice of all gastroenterologists and GI pathologists, Gastrointestinal Pathology is a practical and every-day resource for the precise diagnosis of a wide range of GI conditions.

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List of Contributors vii

1 General Principles of Biopsy Diagnosis of GI Disorders 1
Herbert C. Wolfen, Michael B. Wallace, Naohisa Yahaghi and Yutaka Saito

2 Esophagus Inflammatory Conditions 11
Anthony R. Mattia, Gregory Y. Lauwers, Michael B. Wallace and Till S. Clauditz

3 Epithelial Metaplastic, Polypoid, and Neoplastic Conditions of the Esophagus 35
Till S. Clauditz, Gregory Y. Lauwers, Michael B. Wallace and Anthony R. Mattia

4 Inflammatory Disorders of the Stomach 73
Till S. Clauditz , Michael B. Wallace and Gregory Y. Lauwers

5 Polyps of the Stomach 99
K. Kim, Till S. Clauditz, Jun Haeng Lee and Gregory Y. Lauwers

6 Gastric Neoplastic Conditions: Precursor Lesions and Early Gastric Cancer 125
Till S. Clauditz and Gregory Y. Lauwers

Gastric Neoplastic Conditions: Lymphoid Lesions of the Stomach 142
Mounir Trimeche and Laurence de Leval

7 Inflammatory and Miscellaneous Conditions of the Small Intestine 161
Ian Brown and Michael B. Wallace

8 Polyps of the Small Intestine 195
Ian Brown and Michael B. Wallace

9 Epithelial and Nonepithelial Neoplasms of the Small Intestine 209
Ian Brown, Michael B. Wallace and Till S. Clauditz

10 Inflammatory Conditions of the Colon 235
Tze Sheng Khor, Till S. Claudtiz, Bence Kővári, Gregory Y. Lauwers, Michael B. Wallace and Priyanthi Kumarasinghe

11 Polyps of the Large Intestine 307
Christophe Rosty, Michael B. Wallace and Till S. Clauditz

12 Epithelial Neoplasms of the Large Bowel 321
Christophe Rosty, Michael B. Wallace and Till S. Clauditz

13 Inflammatory Conditions of the Anus 337
Thomas Arnason and Michael B. Wallace

14 Polyps and Neoplastic Lesions of the Anus 349
Thomas Arnason, Michael B. Wallace and Till S. Clauditz

Index369

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Gregory Y. Lauwers University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA. Michael B. Wallace Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, USA.
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