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HEPATOLOGY. A TEXTBOOK OF LIVER DISEASE. 2 VOL.

Zakim

ISBN-139780721690513
PublicadoOctubre 2002
Edición
IdiomaInglés
Páginas1.765
Peso9.000 gramos
Dimensiones22 x 29 x 9 cms.
EditorialSaunders (W.B.) Co Ltd
DisponibilidadAGOTADO
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Features

Features

  • Focuses on pathophysiology and how it applies to clinical manifestations and treatment of disease
  • Covers the scientific aspects of liver disease with an emphasis on immediate clinical implications
  • Presents timely, up-to-date information in a readable, engaging, well-illustrated format

What's New

  • The chapter on hepatitis has been divided into three complete chapters devoted to each virus - hepatitis A and E, hepatitis B and hepatitis C
  • An entirely new chapter has been added on other hepatitis viruses
  • 38 new contributors bring their expertise to this edition

Contents

1.      VOLUME 1: NORMAL LIVER FUNCTION AND SYSTEMIC EFFECTS OF LIVER DYSFUNCTION  
 

Section I. Cell Biology, Biochemistry, and Physiology of Liver Function  

  • 1.      Cell Biology and Anatomy of the Liver

  • 2.      Hepatic Regeneration

  • 3.      Hepatic Metabolism of Glucose and Fatty Acids

  • 4.      Amino Acid Metabolism and Synthesis of Urea

  • 5.      Liver Disease, Alcohol, and Lipoprotein Metabolism

  • 6.      Hepatic Metabolism of Vitamin A

  • 7.      Vitamin D Metabolism and Metabolic Bone Disease

  • 8.      Metabolism of Xenobiotics by Human Liver

  • 9.      Bilirubin Metabolism and Its Disorders

  • 10.  Mechanisms of Secretion of Bile

  • 11.  The Porphyrias

  • 12.  Fibrosis: Representative Molecular Elements, a Basic Concept, and Emerging Targets for Suppressive Treatment

  • 13.  Mechanisms Stimulating Hepatic Fibrosis

  • 14.  Iron Metabolism and Transport

 
    Section II. Systemic Effects of Liver Disease  

  • 1.      Clinical Features of Hepatic Encephalopathy

  • 2.      Fulminant Hepatic Failure

  • 3.      Renal Function in Cirrhosis: Pathophysiology and Clinical Features

  • 4.      Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Complications in Patients with Liver Disease

  • 5.      The Liver and Hematopoiesis

  • 6.      Hemostasis

  • 7.      Portal Hypertension and Bleeding Esophageal Varices

  • 8.      Diagnosis and Management of Ascites in the Cirrhotic Patient

Section III. Laboratory Methods for Evaluation of Patients with Liver Disease  

  • 1.      Laboratory Evaluation of the Patient with Liver Disease

  • 2.      Laparoscopy in Liver Disease

  • 3.      Histopathologic Diagnosis of Liver Disease

 
VOLUME 2: ETIOLOGIES, CLINICAL FEATURES, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SPECIFIC LIVER DISEASES  
 
 
Section IVa. Toxic Injury to the Liver and Associated Diseases  

  • 1.      Mechanisms of Chemically-Induced Liver Disease

  • 2.      Drug-Induced Liver Disease and Environmental Toxins

  • 3.      Pre- and Post-operative Hepatic Dysfunction

  • 4.      Mechanisms of Alcohol-Induced Liver Disease

  • 5.      Clinical Features and Management of Alcoholic Liver Disease and Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis


Section IVb. Diagnosis and Management of Liver Disease Due to Infectious Agents  

  • 1.      Hepatitis A and E

  • 2.      Hepatitis B

  • 3.      Hepatitis C

  • 4.      Other Hepatitis Viruses

  • 5.      Parasitic Diseases of the Liver

  • 6.      Bacterial and Miscellaneous Infections of the Liver

 
Section IVc. Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Forms of Liver Disease  

  • 1.      Immune Mechanisms in the Production of Liver Disease

  • 2.      Autoimmune Liver Disease

  • 3.      Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

  • 4.      Hepatobiliary Complications of Ulcerative Colitis

  • 5.      Wilson's Disease

  • 6.      Hemochromatosis

  • 7.      Granulomatous Disease of the Liver

 
Section IVd. Tumors of the Liver  

  • 1.      Molecular Pathogenesis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

  • 2.      Tumors of the Liver

  • 3.      Surgical Therapy of Hepatic Tumors

 
Section IVe. Liver Disease Primarily of Children  

  • 1.      Alpha1-Antitrypsin Deficiency

  • 2.      Inborn Errors of Metabolism Causing Permanent Hepatic Injury

  • 3.      Cystic Diseases of the Liver

  • 4.      Cholestatic Syndromes of Infancy and Childhood

 
Section IVf. Special Topics  

  • 1.      HIV-Associated Hepatobiliary Disease

  • 2.      The Liver in Systemic Illness

  • 3.      Budd-Chiari Syndrome

  • 4.      The Liver in Pregnancy

  • 5.      Liver Transplantation

  • 6.      Recurrent Disease Following Liver Transplantation

  • 7.      Liver Disease in Patients Receiving Total Parenteral Nutrition

  • 8.      Liver Disease Following Bone Marrow Transplantation

 
Section IVg. Diseases of the Biliary Tract  

  • 1.      Pathogenesis and Dissolution of Gall Stones

  • 2.      The Medical Management of Gall Stones

  • 3.      Non-Surgical Management of Biliary Tract Diseases

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