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by Sidney F. Phillips MD FRCP FACP,David L. Wingate DM FRCP
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    Sidney F. Phillips MD FRCP FACP,David L. Wingate DM FRCP
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    Churchill Livingstone; 1 edition (December 15, 1998)
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    384 pages
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He is a pioneer in the area of gut electrophysiology and developed the concept of electrical pacing of the stomach to treat gastroparesis and nausea and vomiting, particularly related to diabetes mellitus.

Semantic Scholar profile for Professor David L. Wingate DM Frcp, with fewer than 50 highly influential citations. Assessment by prolonged ambulatory manometry of the effect of oral cisapride on proximal small bowel inter-digestive motility. Mrcp Martin J. Benson BSc, Fortunato D. Castillo MSc, Jonathan J. Deeks MSc, Professor David L. Wingate DM Frcp.

for the cholecystectomy and response to it, as well as any. potential diagnostic methods as described here. Reprint requests Address requests for reprints to: Peter B. Cotton, MD, FRCP, FRCS, Digestive Disease Center, Medical University of South Carolina, 25 Courtenay Drive, ART, Charleston, SC, 29425-2900. edu; fax: (843) 876-4718. Conicts of interest The authors disclose no conicts.

All chapters have been extensively revised, and 12 new authors have joined the book's faculty. For the first time, full color figures are placed throughout the text to enable effective communication. A uniform style has been used to facilitate identification and use of clinical algorithms.

This book provides the busy clinician with a complete and easily accessible guide to the management of this difficult group of patients. The emphasis is on the practical, clinically useful information-- basic science is included for completeness, but is separated from the clinical content for ease of use.