Yamada’s Textbook of Gastroenterology – now in its 6th edition - has been for 20 years the most comprehensive gastroenterology reference book, combining an encyclopaedic basic science approach to GI and liver disease with the latest clinical thinking, especially in diagnostic and therapeutic developments. Yamada’s Textbook of Gastroenterology 2 volume set is universally respected across the globe. It has always had an outstanding editor team led by Tachi Yamada, one of the world s leading figures in GI research, and in addition, a hugely impressive team of contributors, each experts in their specific area. Now with a new Editor-in-Chief, Dan Podolsky, Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, the 6th edition of Yamada’s textbook is modernising and improving in a number of ways: * Now with free, fully searchable access to the entire digital text with every print purchase. * A templated chapter approach, including separate chapter templates for a) basic science chapters; b) disease chapters and c) symptom chapters, resulting in more consistency in both structure, content and length of chapters. * Far more clinically focused than before by virtue of a brand new section "Principles of Clinical Gastroenterology". Containing 14 symptom-focused chapters, it will enable doctors to assess their patients in the clinic more effectively than ever. * Increased coverage of key topics like autoimmune pancreatitis, fecal biomarkers, genetics, IBD, IgG4 systemic disease , Crohn s disease, ulcerative colitis, and eosinophilic esophagitis. * Downloadable hot topic podcasts from the world s key GI experts. * Greater emphasis on clinical studies/trials, evidence-based practice, society guidelines, and governmental agencies than before. * Every reference online, with hyperlinks to Pubmed/CrossRef, rather than 'static' print references. Key references will be retained in print. * For more international and global authorship - along with the leading North American figures, the top European and Asian GI experts provide their expertise and insights throughout. Yamada s Textbook of Gastroenterology 6E is the complete gastroenterology reference book. With a greater than ever clinical focus, not only does it retain its position as the market leader in terms of basic science coverage, but it also cements itself as an outstanding resource to consult in terms of the clinical management of GI disorders. Better than ever and with free, fully searchable access to the entire content digitally with the print book, it suits the needs of the modern day gastroenterologist, whether experienced or at the beginning of their career.
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Contributors Preface Foreword by Tadataka Yamada About the companion website and companion digital edition VOLUME ONE PART 1, Anatomy and development 1 Development and diff erentiation of the gastrointestinal system Ben Z. Stanger and Daniel K. Podolsky 2 Stem cells and tissue renewal Johan H. van Es, Sina Bartfeld, and Hans Clevers 3 Esophagus: anatomy and structural anomalies Ikuo Hirano 4 Stomach and duodenum: anatomy and structural anomalies Eric Goldberg and Jean-Pierre Raufman 5 Small intestine: anatomy and structural anomalies Deborah C. Rubin and Anisa Shaker 6 Colon: anatomy and structural anomalies Konstantin Umanskiy and Jeffrey B. Matthews 7 Pancreas: anatomy and structural anomalies Kevin Tri Nguyen and Diane M. Simeone 8 Abdominal cavity: anatomy, structural anomalies, and hernias Kevin P. Murphy, Michael M. Maher, and Owen J. O Connor 9 Gallbladder and biliary tract: anatomy and structural anomalies Theodore H. Welling 10 Liver: anatomy, microscopic structure, and cell types Gary C. Kanel 11 Gastrointestinal blood flow Thorsten Vowinkel and D. Neil Granger PART 2, Mechanisms of normal and abnormal gastrointestinal function A Components 12 Integrative responses of the gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, and liver to a meal Stephen J. Pandol, Helen E. Raybould, and Hal Yee 13 Gastrointestinal hormones and receptors Laurence J. Miller 14 The brain gut axis Adam D. Farmer and Qasim Aziz 15 The innervation of the gastrointestinal tract John B. Furness, Daniel P. Poole, Hyun-Jung Cho, Brid P. Callaghan, and Leni R. Rivera 16 Smooth muscle of the gut Gabriel M. Makhlouf and Karnam S. Murthy 17 The mucosal immune system and gastrointestinal inflammation Fabio Cominelli, Kristen O. Arseneau, Matthew J. Hamilton, and Richard S. Blumberg 18 Epithelia and gastrointestinal function Jerrold R. Turner B Motility 19 Esophageal motor function Peter J. Kahrilas, John E. Pandolfino, and David A. Katzka 20 Gastric motility and gastric emptying Michael Camilleri 21 Motility of the small intestine and colon Adil E. Bharucha and William Lee Hasler 22 Motility of the biliary tract Gary M. Mawe, Brigitte Lavoie, Peter L. Moses, and Maria J. Pozo C Secretion and absorption 23 Gastric secretions M. Michael Wolfe and Robert C. Lowe 24 Electrolyte secretion and absorption in the small intestine and colon Kim E. Barrett and Stephen J. Keely 25 Pancreatic secretion Chung Owyang and John A. Williams 26 Bile secretion and cholestasis Andrew P. Feranchak D Nutrition 27 General nutritional principles David H. Alpers and Kevin D. Cashman 28 Control of appetite/satiety and energy balance Joel K. Elmquist and Jay D. Horton 29 Nutrient digestion, absorption, and sensing Shrinivas Bishu and Eamonn M.M. Quigley 30 Vitamins and minerals Francis C. Okeke, Danielle Flug Capalino, Laura E. Matarese, and Gerard E. Mullin E Miscellaneous 31 Neoplasia of the gastrointestinal tract Ofer Margalit and Raymond N. DuBois 32 The human intestinal microbiota and microbiome Omry Koren and Ruth E. Ley 33 Drug metabolism, transport, and pharmacogenomics Kristina K. Wolf, Brandon T. Gufford, Scott J. Brantley, Paul B. Watkins, and Mary F. Paine PART 3, Principles of clinical gastroenterology 34 Clinical decision making Jasmine K. Zia and John M. Inadomi 35 Approach to the patient with dyspepsia and related functional gastrointestinal complaints Jan F. Tack 36 Approach to the patient with dysphagia, odynophagia, or noncardiac chest pain Andre J.P.M. Smout 37 Approach to the patient with unintentional weight loss Sreedhar Subramanian and Jonathan M. Rhodes 38 Approach to the patient with nausea and vomiting William Lee Hasler 39 Approach to the patient with abdominal pain Pankaj J. Pasricha 40 Approach to the patient with gas and bloating Satish S.C. Rao and Yeong Yeh Lee 41 Approach to the patient with diarrhea Gail A. Hecht, Jonathan Gaspar, and Miguel Malespin 42 Approach to the patient with constipation Satish S.C. Rao and Michael Camilleri 43 Approach to the patient with acute abdomen Courtney B. Sherman and Kenneth McQuaid 44 Approach to the patient with gastrointestinal bleeding Kevin A. Ghassemi and Dennis M. Jensen 45 Approach to the patient with abnormal liver chemistries or jaundice J. Gregory Fitz 46 Approach to gastrointestinal and liver diseases in pregnancy Sumona Saha and Nancy Reau 47 Genetic counselling for gastrointestinal patients Laura E. Panos and C. Richard Boland PART 4, Gastrointestinal diseases A Esophagus 48 Motility disorders of the esophagus John E. Pandolfi no and Peter J. Kahrilas 49 Gastroesophageal reflux disease Sabine Roman, John E. Pandolfino, and Peter J. Kahrilas 50 Eosinophilic esophagitis Yael Haberman Ziv, Margaret H. Collins, and Marc E. Rothenberg 51 Esophageal infections and disorders associated with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome C. Mel Wilcox 52 Barrett esophagus and esophageal adenocarcinoma Stuart Jon Spechler, David H. Wang, and Rhonda F. Souza 53 Esophageal squamous cell carcinomas and other neoplasms Adam J. Bass and Anil K. Rustgi 54 Miscellaneous diseases of the esophagus: foreign bodies, physical injury, and systemic and dermatological diseases Seth D. Crockett, Evan S. Dellon, and Nicholas J. Shaheen B Stomach 55 Disorders of gastric emptying Henry P. Parkman 56 Peptic ulcer disease Richard J.M. Ingram, Krish Ragunath, and John C. Atherton 57 Zollinger Ellison syndrome Robert T. Jensen 58 Gastritis and gastropathy Mary Kay Washington and Richard M. Peek Jr. 59 Tumors of the stomach Emad M. El-Omar and Mairi H. McLean 60 Miscellaneous diseases of the stomach Tamas A. Gonda and Yanghee Woo C Small intestine 61 Dysmotility of the small intestine and colon Lawrence Szarka 62 Bacterial, viral, and toxic causes of diarrhea, gastroenteritis, and anorectal infections Mitchell B. Cohen 63 Chronic infections of the small intestine Billy Bourke and Seamus Hussey 64 Celiac disease Daniel A. Leffl er, Melinda Dennis, and Ciaran P. Kelly 65 Disorders of epithelial transport, metabolism, and digestion in the small intestine Sushila R. Dalal and Eugene B. Chang 66 Bacterial overgrowth Eamonn M.M. Quigley 67 Short bowel syndrome and small bowel transplantation John K. DiBaise and Debra Sudan 68 Tumors of the small intestine Maria Rosario Ferreira and Barbara H. Jung 69 Miscellaneous diseases of the small intestine Marc S. Levin D Inflammatory bowel disease 70 Inflammatory bowel diseases: pathogenesis Ashwin N. Ananthakrishnan, Ramnik J. Xavier, and Daniel K. Podolsky 71 Ulcerative colitis Stephen B. Hanauer and Daniel K. Podolsky 72 Crohn s disease: clinical manifestations and management Gil Y. Melmed and Stephan R. Targan 73 Surgical treatment of inflammatory bowel disease Alessandro Fichera, Emily Finlayson, Leon Maggiori, and Fabrizio Michelassi 74 Microscopic colitis and other miscellaneous inflammatory and structural disorders of the colon Eugene F. Yen and Darrell S. Pardi E Colon 75 Irritable bowel syndrome Elizabeth J. Videlock and Lin Chang 76 Diverticular disease of the colon David J. Humes and Robin C. Spiller Index VOLUME TWO 77 Polyps of the colon and rectum John J. Garber III and Daniel C. Chung 78 Malignant tumors of the colon Jay Luther and Andrew T. Chan 79 Polyposis syndromes Randall W. Burt and Kory W. Jasperson 80 Colorectal cancer screening Uri Ladabaum 81 Anorectal diseases Adil E. Bharucha and Arnold Wald F Pancreas 82 Acute pancreatitis Hana Algul, Andreas Weber, Wolfgang Huber, and Roland M. Schmid II 83 Autoimmune pancreatitis Phil A. Hart and Suresh T. Chari 84 Chronic pancreatitis Joachim Mossner, Albrecht Hoff meister, and Julia Mayerle 85 Hereditary diseases of the pancreas David C. Whitcomb 86 Cystic lesions of the pancreas James J. Farrell 87 Adenocarcinoma of the pancreas Paul T. Fanta and Andrew M. Lowy 88 Neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas Peter J. Carolan and Daniel C. Chung G Gallbladder and biliary tract 89 Gallstones Piero Portincasa and David Q.-H. Wang 90 Primary sclerosing cholangitis Jayant A. Talwalkar and Konstantinos N. Lazaridis 91 Cystic diseases of the liver and biliary tract James Buxbaum and Shelly C. Lu 92 Tumors of the biliary tract Tushar Patel 93 Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction and postcholecystectomy syndrome John O. Clarke and Anthony N. Kalloo H Liver 94 Acute viral hepatitis Marc G. Ghany and T. Jake Liang 95 Chronic hepatitis B viral infection Karin L. Andersson and Jules L. Dienstag 96 Hepatitis C virus infection Andrew W. Tai and Raymond T. Chung 97 Drug-induced liver disease William M. Lee 98 Acute liver failure