The Little Black Book of Gastroenterology, Third Edition is a convenient resource offering quick access to vital information at the point of care. Completely revised and updated, the Third Edition of this compact handbook provides comprehensive, practical, evidence-based information on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in gastroenterology and hepatology. The introductory section addresses common problems in gastroenterology and cross references specific disease states.
This essential reference presents the information in a easy-to-understand and conversational style that is perfect for Primary Care Physicians, Residents and Students.
Chapter 1 Approaching Common Clinical Problems
Chapter 2 Esophagus
Chapter 3 Stomach and Duodenum
Chapter 4 Inflammatory, Functional, and Other Intestinal Disorders
Chapter 5 Neoplastic Intestinal Disorders
Chapter 6 Infectious Intestinal Disorders
Chapter 7 Anorectal Disorders
Chapter 8 Vascular Disorders of the Gut
Chapter 9 Pancreas
Chapter 10 The Biliary Tree
Chapter 11 Infections of the Liver
Chapter 12 Metabolic and Inflammatory Liver Disease
Chapter 13 Neoplastic Liver Disease
Chapter 14 Drug- and Toxin-Induced Liver Disease
Chapter 15 Complications of End-Stage Liver Disease
Chapter 16 Vascular Liver Disease
Chapter 17 Liver Disease in Pregnancy
Chapter 18 Procedures
Chapter 19 Pearls in Gastroenterology
David W. Hay, MD-Dartmouth Medical School/MaineGeneral Medical Center
David W. Hay, MD was born in Toronto, Canada. He attended undergraduate and medical school at Boston University and did his internal medicine residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital where he was a chief resident. Dr. Hay did his fellowship in gastroenterology at the Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. He has been practicing gastroenterology in Waterville, ME, for fifteen years and teaches in the Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency Program. Dr. Hay enjoys skiing, cycling, and portrait photography. He lives in Winslow, ME, with his two children.