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TitleModern Concepts in Gastroenterology Volume 2 [electronic resource] / edited by Eldon Shaffer, Alan B. R. Thomson
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1989
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-0781-5
Descript 310 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Once again the gastroenterologists of northwestern Canada have come out with a series of essays advancing important modem concepts. As indefatigable as ever, they bring together the latest in clinical-pathophysiological consideraยญ tions for the clinician. The topics run the gamut from the lovely liver to HIV infection, from the pathophysiology of bile flow to comments on antigens in colorectal cancer. It is always easy to publish a first volume, for enthusiasm is high and everyone is anxious to win a place. Bringing out a second volume, the carrying forward of a good idea, is so much harder. In many ways this second volume in the series marks the coming of age of Canadian gastroenterology, as 11 of the 21 contributors currently reside in Canada. Still, the contributions from the United Kingdom and the United States make this an Anglo-American festival. Reading the chapters will make you appreciate the care with which the contributors have garnered recent references to give up-to-date practical inforยญ mation for us all. I enjoyed all that I read. My congratulations to Drs. Shaffer and Thomson for a job well done. Howard M. Spiro, M.D. New Haven, Connecticut ix Preface This book is based on papers presented at the third symposium on Recent Adยญ vances in Gastroenterology held by the Canadian Association of Gastroenterยญ ology. The proposed audience for this volume is the internist and the general surgeon, as well as those in the specialties of gastroenterology and hepatology


CONTENT

1. The Clinician Looks at Fatty Liver -- 2. Surgical Treatment of Portal Hypertension -- 3. Update on Bile Formation and on Mechanism of Bile Acid-Induced Cholestasis -- 4. Causes and Management of Ascites -- 5. Hepatic Encephalopathy -- 6. Recent Advances in the Management of Islet Cell Tumors -- 7. Clinical Pharmacokinetic Considerations in Gastroenterology -- 8. Immunological Injury to the Intestine and Liver in Human Marrow Transplant Recipients -- 9. New Therapeutic Approaches to Upper Gastrointestinal Motility Disorders -- 10. Is There a Place for Proximal Gastric Vagotomy? -- 11. Altered Carbohydrate Antigen Expression in Colorectal Cancer and Polyps -- 12. Modern Concepts of Regulation of Intestinal Nutrient Transport -- 13. Celiac Disease: Pathogenesis and Clinical Features -- 14. Pathophysiology of Diarrhea: Mechanisms of Action of Antidiarrheal Agents -- 15. Sexually Transmitted Intestinal Diseases -- 16. Intestinal Gas -- 17. Immunology of Inflammatory Bowel Disease


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