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Clinical Problems in Gastroenterology
Her-Hsin Tsai MD FRCP FECG

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Edition 1/e
Publish Year2019
Size 6.25" x 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
FormatFour Color
Weight (Grams) 705
Quick Overview
Traditional organ-based gastroenterology texts are often unhelpful to the doctor endeavoring to reach a diagnosis or in managing real-life clinical situations in a timely manner. Patients present with a clinical problem, a symptom or complaint and it is often not obvious which organ is involved. Few textbooks address the skills and knowledge required to solve these problems and arrive at a correct diagnosis by choosing the right diagnostic tool, without wasteful unnecessary expensive and unpleasant investigations. This book Clinical Problems in Gastroenterology helps equip the practitioner to approach the subject more practically by considering each of the major problems patients present with and guides the clinician through the process of arriving at a diagnosis. Today, there are many disease-orientated texts and countless online and mobile applications to help the doctor once the correct diagnosis is made. Arriving at the right diagnosis remains an indispensable clinical skill that is still poorly taught at medical schools and there are few texts that address this glaring inadequacy. It is the hope of the authors that this book bridges that knowledge gap. This book would suit the trainee in gastroenterology, especially in their first year to ground them in clinical gastroenterology.
Key Features
• Practical problem-oriented book.

• Chapters are presented with major clinical problem, followed by rational clinical decision making for arriving at the right diagnosis.

• Most of the chapters are divided into two sections, viz. The first section is on “Reaching a Diagnosis” and the second section on “Conditions Causing” the problem.

• Supplemented with line diagrams, clinical photographs and radiological images for better understanding.

• Will equip the practitioner to approach the problems more practically.

• Guides the clinician and trainee in Gastroenterology through the process of arriving at a diagnosis.
Target Audience
• Practitioners, clinicians and trainees in Gastroenterology
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