With a strong clinical focus, Schiff’s Diseases of the Liver covers anatomy, pathology, testing, imaging, and effects of liver disease on other organs, before moving on to sections that address specific diseases and clinical syndromes. Its enormous appeal has been due to the clarity of text, combined with the sheer thoroughness of its breadth of content. Key features include:An attractive full color design throughoutInformative section overviews for each sectionConcise key concepts box in every chapterTreatment guidelines and management algorithms for every diseaseA full liver transplant section
This 11th edition sees all existing chapters fully revised and refreshed with the very latest in clinical information from the world’s leading hepatologists. Also new to this edition is a companion website containing a variety of important extra materials, including:Approximately 100 multiple choice questions of the standard used in ABIM board exams in gastroenterology, to allow the user to self-assess their clinical knowledge All 450+ figures from the book in a high-quality, fully transportable and downloadable electronic formatHigh-quality video clips of a variety of surgical procedures, all fully linked to the text35 case studies featuring real-life clinical scenarios.
Schiff’s Diseases of the Liver remains the key textbook for all gastroenterologists and hepatologists, in training or fully qualified, managing patients with liver disease.
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