By Ronald Kleinman MD, Mark Gilger MD, Richard Braverman MD, Milton Finegold MD, Edith Hawkins MD, William J. Klish
Filled with bright, full-color pictures, this atlas visually courses the prognosis of hundreds of thousands of baby, formative years, and adolescent GI issues. Throughtout, endoscopic, pathologic, and radiographic photographs of the problems are built-in into the dialogue. Atlas of Pediatric Gastrointestinal ailment is geared up anatomically for quick reference.
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Shiner describes the technique and the importance of the intestinal biopsy capsule as a diagnostic tool for small intestinal disease in children. The capacity to use this technical approach and the ability to interpret the diagnostic abnormalities of the biopsy helps to separate the pediatric gastroenterologist from the general pediatrician. With the publication of this atlas, which provides a reference for morphologic and endoscopic examples of intestinal disease in Pediatrics, another level of uniqueness in pediatric gastrointestinal diseases is documented.
Lynda Cranston), our colleagues in the Pediatric Gastroenterolgy and Nutrition, Pathology, and Radiology Departments of the Texas Children's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, and our families for their constant support. RONALD E. KLEINMAN RICHARD M. BRAVERMAN MILTON J. FINEGOLD MARK A. GILGER EDITH P. HAWKINS WILLIAM J. C. [/PU][DP]1998[/DP]End of Citation Page ix CONTENTS The Esophagus 1. Normal Esophagus 3 2. Peptic Esophagitis 7 3. Barrett's Esophagus 11 4. Infectious Esophagitis 13 5.
With the publication of this atlas, which provides a reference for morphologic and endoscopic examples of intestinal disease in Pediatrics, another level of uniqueness in pediatric gastrointestinal diseases is documented. D. C. [/PU][DP]1998[/DP]End of Citation Page vi The authors wish to thank the following people for their contributions of endoscopic images: George D. S. , Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Craig L. , Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Carlos H. , Associate Professor of Pediatrics; Kathleen J.