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A comprehensive, case-based approach to the full range of pancreatic diseases—filled with color illustrations and radiographs
Pancreatic Disease: A Case Approach surveys more than 100 common and challenging cases across the full spectrum of pancreatic diseases. Each case includes 10-12 state-of-the-art radiographs and endoscopic images, along with concise text that highlights the preferred diagnostic and treatment approach. Going beyond the scope of a teaching file, this essential clinical compendium provides narrative guidance on pancreatic disease principles and practice based on insights from real-world presentations.
Featuring an eye-catching full-color format, algorithms for treatment decision-making, and the editorship of the highly regarded Brigham and Women's Hospital Pancreatic Center, this new text will help enhance your care of patients with pancreatic diseases.
- Covers all common and challenging pancreatic diseases, acute and chronic
- Authoritative coverage allows readers to approach key concepts the way they actually arise in clinical practice