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  • Author:
    George Y. Wu
  • ISBN:
    1588290239
  • ISBN13:
    978-1588290236
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  • Publisher:
    Humana Press; 2003 edition (June 5, 2003)
  • Pages:
    341 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine
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This book is written for internists, gastroenterologists, and other physicians who care for patients with complex GI disease and who interact particularly with surgeons. Each chapter gives a broad overview of a particular disease and then leads into methods of treatment. Practical Gastroenterology.

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George Y. Wu. Text describes all of the surgical and laparoscopic procedures now used for the gastrointestinal tract. Includes clear, halftone illustrations and discussions of anatomical and physiological changes.

George Y. Also offers advice on the medical management of the postsurgical patient. DNLM: Digestive System Surgical Procedures-methods. Categories: Medicine\Surgery, Orthopedics.

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An Internist’s Illustrated Guide to Gastrointestinal Surgery - Libro electrónico escrito por George Y. Lee este libro en la app de Google Play Libros en tu PC o dispositivo Android o iOS. Descarga An Internist’s Illustrated Guide to Gastrointestinal Surgery para leerlo sin conexión, destacar texto, agregar marcadores o tomar notas. Springer Science & Business Media. Few clinical disciplines have been transformed so dramatically by advancements in science and technology as gastrointestinal surgery. To begin with, modern ph- macology has virtually eliminated some kinds of surgery altogether.

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Few clinical disciplines have been transformed so dramatically by advancements in science and technology as gastrointestinal surgery. To begin with, modern ph- macology has virtually eliminated some kinds of surgery altogether. If one were to take a peek at a typical operating room schedule in a busy hospital of the 1960s, gastrectomies of one kind or another would have constituted a large block of the major surgeries. The advent of effective H2-histamine receptor antagonists and, more + + recently, the H ,K -ATPase (proton pump) inhibitors led to a precipitous decline in those procedures such that they are rarely performed today. Exciting new approaches to treating inflammatory bowel diseases and their complications―such as fistulas― with anticytokine therapy may one day have a similarly profound effect on surgery for this condition as well. Beyond pharmaceutics, advances in imaging techniques have greatly facilitated the identification and characterization of pathology in the gastrointestinal tract in a way that would have been unimaginable only a few years ago. Just to visualize the pancreas in some way was a horrendous task until abdominal ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, or computer tomography made it simple. The fact that the gut is a hollow organ that can be accessed through the mouth, anus, or even through the wall of the abdomen has been fully exploited with fiberoptic endoscopes that can bend around corners with ease and permit surgery to be conducted through them.