Management of Benign Biliary Stenosis and Injury: A Comprehensive Guide
Springer | Internal Medicine | January 26, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319222724 | 429 pages | pdf | 16.45 mb
Editors: Dixon, Elijah, Vollmer Jr., Charles M., May, Gary R. (Eds.)
?Features a unique two author format structure for most chapters, which allows areas of controversy, opposing viewpoints, and treatment paradigms to be highlighted
Includes a wide variety of diagrams and illustrations
Written by experts in the field
This volume covers the pathophysiology, epidemiology, presentation, diagnosis, medical and surgical management of benign biliary stenosis. The book is uniquely structured in a way that allows areas of controversy to be highlighted through the use of a two chapter format for each topic. Each chapter topic is written by an expert in the field, with a second expert highlighting controversies and offering opposing viewpoints and treatment paradigms through a counterpoint chapter immediately following the primary chapter. The volume also features an array of diagrams and illustrations.
As an authoritative text on the clinical care of patients with benign biliary stenosis, : A Comprehensive Guide is a valuable resource for all practitioners involved in the care of these patients, including gastroenterologists, gastrointestinal surgeons, surgical oncologists, and transplant physicians.?
Number of Illustrations and Tables
36 illus., 31 in colour
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