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A comprehensive, hands-on guide that explains how to accurately diagnose abdominal pain -- and treat its underlying causes A Doody's Core Title! 4 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW "This does a remarkable job of examining and summarizing the most recent diagnostic and therapeutic options for a very difficult yet common complaint. Its strength is in the discussion of best use and limitations of the testing modalities used to diagnose abdominal pain. It is more concise than many other similar texts, and covers the information extremely well."-- Doody's Review Service This clinical companion -- written byemergency room physicians foremergency room physicians -- takes you through all of the must-know management strategies for acute and chronic abdominal pain and its etiology. In its all-inclusive overview of abdominal pain-related conditions such as urinary tract infection and diverticulitis, the book includes only those insights that are most useful for busy ER physicians. This essential, high-yield approach carries over to a chapter format that features quick-hit bulleted lists of key clinical facts, along with a step-by-step review of management guidelines. You'll also find an abundance of clinically relevant CT and ultrasound scans, plus criteria for their interpretation.
This powerful clinical companion - written by emergency physicians for emergency physicians - takes you through all of the must-know management strategies for acute and chronic abdominal pain and its etiology.
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David Cline, Latha Ganti
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Abdominal Emergencies Chapter 1: Mechanisms of Abdominal Pain Chapter 2: Algorithmic Approach to Acute Abdominal Pain in Chapter 3: Abdominal Pain in Special Populations Chapter 4: Utility of and Limitations of Laboratory Investigations Chapter 5: Utility and Limitations of Abdominal Imaging Chapter 6: Acute Appendicitis Chapter 7: Peptic ulcer Disease Chapter 8: GastricEsophageal Reflux Disease and Gastritis Chapter 9: Small Bowel Obstruction Chapter 10: Large Bowel Obstruction and Volvulus Chapter 11: Hernia in Adults in Children Chapter 12: Inflammatory Bowel Disease Chapter 13: Mesentaric Ischemia Chapter 14: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Chapter 15: Diverticultis Chapter 16: Vomiting Chapter 17: Diarrhea Chapter 18: Constipation Chapter 19: Alcoholic Hepatitis Chapter 20: Viral hepatitis Chapter 21: Hepatic Failure and Cirrhosis Chapter 22: Cholecystitis and Biliary Colic Chapter 23: Pancreatitis Chapter 24: Complications of General Surgical Procedures Chapter 25: Urologic Stone Disease Chapter 26: Urinary Tract Infections Chapter 27: Testicular Torsion Chapter 28: Acute Urinary Obstruction Chapter 29: Complications of urologic Devices Chapter 30: PPelvicPain in the Non-Pregnant Patient Chapter 31: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Chapter 32: Ectopic Pregnancy and Abdominal Pain in the Pregnant Patient Chapter 33: Ovarian Torsion Chapter 34: Intussuseption Chapter 35: Midgut Malroation Chapter 36: Henock-Schonlein Pruppora Chapter 37: Colic in Infants Chapter 38: Chronic Abdominal Pain Chapter 39: Conditions Presenting with Abdominal Wall Pain Chapter 40: Cardiac Disease Presenting as Abdominal Pain Chapter 41: Non-Abdominal Infectious Disorders Presenting with Abdominal Pain Chapter 42: Metabolic and Tociological Disorders Presenting with Abdominal Pain Chapter 43: Neurological Disorders Presenting with Abdominal Pain Chapter 44: Psychiatric Disorders Presenting with Abdominal Pain Chapter 45: Hematological Disorders Presenting with Abdominal Pain Chapter 46: Occult Trauma Presenting with Abdominal Pain Chapter 47: Admission Decision making and Discharge Instructions for a Patient with Abdominal Pain
"It is written for practicing physicians, but will be useful to any medical personnel or medical student as well....This does a remarkable job of examining and summarizing the most recent diagnostic and therapeutic options for a very difficult yet common complaint. Its strength is in the discussion of best use and limitations of the testing modalities used to diagnose abdominal pain. It is more concise than many other similar texts, and covers the information extremely well. 4 Stars!"--Doody's Review Service