Atlas of Pediatric Hepatology
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This atlas is a problem-based practical book presenting clinical scenarios for children with liver disease. Each chapter demonstrates the clinical presentation, diagnostic pathway, therapy and outcome.
Rich in illustrations of clinical pictures, tables and graphs of data, each chapter also contains pictures of radiology, histopathology and other important diagnostic information.
This book outlines a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and management of pediatric liver disease and covers diseases encountered in South Asia, the Far East and the Middle East.
This work will appeal to a wide readership, from trainees in hepatology and Paediatric Gastroenterology to General Paediatricians and Allied Health Professionals including Dieticians, Nurses, Transplant Co-Ordinators.
Provides a practical, problem-based approach to liver disease in children
Enables better diagnosis through the use of illustrations
Presents a logical approach to the diagnosis and management of children with liver disease in a form that is easy to read and absorb
Her research interests include development of stem cell therapy, molecular genetics of inherited liver disease; treatment of viral hepatitis; immunosuppression and quality and outcome life following transplantation.Dr Jane Hartley, Consultant Paediatric Hepatologist, Liver Unit, Birmingham Children’s Hospital,Mr Khalid Sharif Consultant in Paediatric Hepatobiliary Surgery and Transplantation, Birmingham Children’s Hospital,Dr Rachel Brown Consultant Pathologist, qualified in 1993 from the University of Birmingham. Areas of interest include liver and hepatobiliary, head and neck.Dr Manigandan Subramanyam Thyagarajan Consultant Radiologist, Birmingham Children's Hospital
"This atlas is intended for a broad audience, covering bread and butter topics in pediatric liver disease ... . The diversity of visual aids works effectively to prevent learner fatigue. ... this book gives color to pediatric liver disease, making learning a more vibrant and enjoyable experience." (Joseph Runde, Doody's Book Reviews, August, 2018)