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Endoscopy in the Diagnosis and Management of Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis, An Issue of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Clinics, 1st Edition

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By Martin L Freeman, MD
Dr. Freeman has organized his issue address the continuum between acute and chronic pancreatitis, necrosis and pseudocysts, and the expanding role of endoscopic diagnosis and therapy. As a result, there are comprehensive articles devoted to: Role of ...view more
Dr. Freeman has organized his issue address the continuum between acute and chronic pancreatitis, necrosis and pseudocysts, and the expanding role of endoscopic diagnosis and therapy. As a result, there are comprehensive articles devoted to: Role of EUS in the diagnosis of acute and chronic pancreatitis; ERCP for acute biliary pancreatitis;Prevention of post ERCP pancreatitis; Endoscopic therapy of necrotizing pancreatitis and pseudocysts; Endoscopic therapy for acute recurrent pancreatitis; Endoscopic therapy for chronic pancreatitis; ERCP for biliary strictures associated with chronic pancreatitis; EUS for pancreatic ductal access and drainage; Endoscopic therapy for pancreatic duct leaks and disruptions; autoimmune pancreatitis; role of endoscopy in diagnosis and treatment; and Palliation of pancreatic ductal obstruction in pancreatic cancer.
ISBN :
9780323227186
Publication Date :
15-10-2013
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Dr. Freeman has organized his issue address the continuum between acute and chronic pancreatitis, necrosis and pseudocysts, and the expanding role of endoscopic diagnosis and therapy. As a result, there are comprehensive articles devoted to: Role of EUS in the diagnosis of acute and chronic pancreatitis; ERCP for acute biliary pancreatitis;Prevention of post ERCP pancreatitis; Endoscopic therapy of necrotizing pancreatitis and pseudocysts; Endoscopic therapy for acute recurrent pancreatitis; Endoscopic therapy for chronic pancreatitis; ERCP for biliary strictures associated with chronic pancreatitis; EUS for pancreatic ductal access and drainage; Endoscopic therapy for pancreatic duct leaks and disruptions; autoimmune pancreatitis; role of endoscopy in diagnosis and treatment; and Palliation of pancreatic ductal obstruction in pancreatic cancer.

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By Martin L Freeman, MD, University of Minnesota Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN