Clinical Hepatology: Principles and Practice of Hepatobiliary Diseases:, Volume 1

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 27, 2009 - Medical - 652 pages

Clinical Hepatology – Principles and Practice of Hepatobiliary Diseases provides clear and comprehensive coverage of the etiology, mechanisms of disease, diagnosis, and practical management of the entire spectrum of liver and biliary disorders. It also affords an excellent, evidence-based review of the rapidly expanding field of hepatobiliary diseases.

 

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Contents

A Basic Principles
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B Clinical Methods
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About the author (2009)

Henryk Dancygier is Chief of the Department of Medicine II at the Klinikum Offenbach, and Professor of Medicine at the Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main. He graduated from the University of Heidelberg and trained in Pathology, Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology and Hepatology. He holds degrees from the University of Heidelberg, Frankfurt and the Technical University of Munich and currently is Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York.

Henryk Dancygier is author of a number of books including (English translations) "AIDS – a Clinical Compendium" (1993), "Memorix - Gastroenterology and Hepatology" (1998), "Endosonography in Gastroenterology: Principles, Techniques, Findings" (1999), "Liver Diseases - the ABC of Therapy" (2003) and "Clinical Hepatology – Diagnosis and Therapy of Hepatobiliary Disorders" (2003) that have been translated into several languages and he has also contributed numerous chapters in Medical Textbooks.

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