Crash Course: Gastroenterology

Edited by

  • Martin Lombard, MD, MSc, FRCPI, FRCP(Lond), Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital; Senior Lecturer in Medicine, University of Liverpool, UK

Series Editor:

  • Daniel Horton-Szar, BSc(Hons), MBBS(Hons), MRCGP, Northgate Medical Practice, Canterbury, Kent, UK

By

  • Paul Collins, MB, BCh, MRCP, Lecturer in Medicine, School of Clinical Science, University of Liverpool; Honorary Registrar in Gastroenterology, Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool, UK Lecturer in Medicine, School of Clinical Science, University of Liverpool; Honorary Registrar in Gastroenterology, Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool, UK.

 

Book information

  • Published: July 2008
  • Imprint: MOSBY
  • ISBN: 978-0-7234-3470-2


Table of Contents

Part I: The Patient Presents With:
1: Indigestion 2: Swallowing problems 3: Acute abdominal pain 4: Chronic abdominal pain 5: Abdominal distension 6: Weight loss and anorexia 7: Vomiting 8: Haematemesis and melaena 9: Diarrhoea 10: Rectal bleeding 11: Anaemia 12: Jaundice 13: Abnormal liver biochemistry. Part II: Diseases and Disorders: 14: Oesophagus 15: Stomach 16: Small intestine 17: Colon 18: Liver 19: Biliary tract 20: Pancreas. Part III: History, Examination and Common Investigations: 21: Taking a history 22: Examination of the patient 23: Writing up a medical clerking 24: Common investigations Part IV: Self-assessment: Multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Short answer questions (SAQs). Extended matching questions (EMQs). Patient-management problems (PMPs). MCQ answers. SAQ answers. EMQ answers. PMP answers.