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Sleisenger and Fordtran’s Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease – 2 Volume Set (11th Edition)


Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, Management

  • Authors: Mark Feldman, Lawrence S. Friedman, Lawrence J. Brandt
  • ISBN: 9780323609623
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishing
  • Edition: 11th
  • Publication Date: June 15, 2020
  • Format: Hardback – 2488 pages
  • Language: English


For nearly 50 years, Sleisenger & Fordtran’s Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease has been the go-to reference for gastroenterology and hepatology residents, fellows, physicians, and the entire GI caregiving team. Now in a fully revised 11th Edition, this two-volume masterwork brings together the knowledge and expertise of hundreds of global experts who keep you up to date with the newest techniques, technologies, and treatments for every clinical challenge you face in gastroenterology and hepatology. A logical organization, more than 1,100 full-color illustrations, and easy-to-use algorithms ensure that you’ll quickly and easily find the information you need.

Key Features

  • Features new and expanded discussions of chronic hepatitis B and C, Helicobacter pylori infection, colorectal cancer prevention through screening and surveillance, biologic agents and novel small molecules to treat and prevent recurrences of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), gastrointestinal immune and autoimmune diseases, and more.
  • Offers reliable coverage of key topics such as Barrett’s esophagus, gut microbiome, enteric microbiota and probiotics, fecal microbiota transplantation, and hepatic, pancreatic, and small bowel transplantation.
  • Provides more quick-reference algorithms that summarize clinical decision making and practical approaches to patient management.
  • Employs a consistent, templated, format throughout for quick retrieval of information.
  • Includes monthly updates online, as well as more than 20 procedural videos.
  • Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
Table of Contents
  1. VOLUME 1
    1. Part I: Biology of the Gastrointestinal tract
      1. Cellular Growth and Neoplasia, 1 – Ezra Burstein
      2. Mucosal Immunology and Inflammation, 13 – CIharles O. Elson and Phillip D. Smith
      3. The Enteric Microbiota, 24 – Eugene B. Chang and Purna Kashyap
      4. Gut Sensory Transduction, 34 – Diego V. Bohórquez and Rodger A. Liddle
    2. Part II: Nutrition in Gastroenterology
      1. Nutritional Principles and Assessment of the Gastroenterology Patient, 52 – Joel B. Mason
      2. Nutritional Management, 74 – Angela K. Pham and Stephen A. McClave
      3. Obesity, 92 – Rekha B. Kumar and Louis J. Aronne
      4. Surgical and Endoscopic Treatment of Obesity, 101 – Shelby Sullivan, Steven A. Edmundowicz, and John Magaña Morton
      5. Feeding and Eating Disorders, 117 – Debra K. Katzman and Mark L. Norris
      6. Food Allergies,   133 – J. Andrew Bird
    3. Part III: Symptoms, Signs, and Biopsychosocial Issues
      1. Acute Abdominal Pain, 144 – Frederick H. Millham
      2. Chronic Abdominal Pain, 158 – Joseph C. Yarze and Lawrence S. Friedman
      3. Symptoms of Esophageal Disease, 168 – Kenneth R. DeVault
      4. Dyspepsia,177 – Jan Tack
      5. Nausea and Vomiting, 191 – Arvind Rengarajan and C. Prakash Gyawali
      6. Diarrhea, 204 – Lawrence R. Schiller and Joseph H. Sellin
      7. Intestinal Gas, 224 – Fernando Azpiroz
      8. Fecal Incontinence, 232 – Satish S.C. Rao
      9. Constipation,250 – Johanna C. Iturrino and Anthony J. Lembo
      10. Gastrointestinal Bleeding, 276 – Thomas J. Savides and Dennis M. Jensen
      11. Jaundice, 313 – Steven D. Lidofsky
      12. Biopsychosocial Issues in Gastroenterology, 324 – Douglas A. Drossman and Laurie Keefer
      13. Factitious Gastrointestinal Disease, 340 – John S. Fordtran and Anahit A. Zeynalyan
    4. Part IV: Topics Involving Multiple Organs
      1. Oral Diseases and Oral Manifestations of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases, 350 – Kimberly L. Pham and Ginat W. Mirowski
      2. Cutaneous Manifestations of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases, 359 – Lawrence A. Mark
      3. Diverticula of the Pharynx, Esophagus, Stomach, and Small Intestine, 372 – Kerry B. Dunbar and D. Rohan Jeyarajah
      4. Abdominal Hernias and Gastric Volvulus, 381 – D. Rohan Jeyarajah and Kerry B. Dunbar
      5. Foreign Bodies, Bezoars, and Caustic Ingestions, 399 – Patrick R. Pfau and Mark Benson
      6. Abdominal Abscesses and Gastrointestinal Fistulas, 411 – Gregory dePrisco, Scott Celinski, and Cedric W. Spak
      7. Eosinophilic Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract, 424 – Marc E. Rothenberg and Vidhya Kunnathur
      8. Protein-Losing Gastroenteropathy, 435 – David A. Greenwald
      9. Gastrointestinal Lymphomas, 442 – Praveen Ramakrishnan Geethakumari and Syed Mujtaba Rizvi
      10. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors, 458 – Margaret von Mehren
      11. Neuroendocrine Tumors, 472 – Jonathan R. Strosberg and Taymeyah Al-Toubah
      12. Gastrointestinal Consequences of Infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus, 498 – C. Mel Wilcox
      13. Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Complications of Solid Organ and Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation, 510 – Anne M. Larson, Rachel B. Issaka, and David M. Hockenbery
      14. Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Manifestations of Systemic Diseases, 532 – Frederick Weber
      15. Vascular Lesions of the Gastrointestinal Tract, 561 – Joann Kwah and Lawrence J. Brandt
      16. Surgical Peritonitis and Other Diseases of the Peritoneum, Mesentery, Omentum, and Diaphragm, 580 – Jeffrey B. Matthews and Kiran Turaga
      17. Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Disorders in the Pregnant Patient, 593 – Shilpa Mehra and John F. Reinus
      18. Acute and Chronic Gastrointestinal Side Effects of Radiation Therapy, 606 – Jarred P. Tanksley, Christopher G. Willett, Brian G. Czito, and Manisha Palta
      19. Preparation for and Complications of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 619 – Aravind Sugumar and John J. Vargo II
    5. Part V: Esophagus
      1. Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, and Developmental Anomalies of the Esophagus,627 – Ryan D. Madanick and Vishal Kaila
      2. Esophageal Neuromuscular Function and Motility Disorders, 638 – John E. Pandolfino and Peter J. Kahrilas
      3. Esophageal Disorders Caused by Medications, Trauma, and Infection, 661 – David A. Katzka
      4. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, 670 – Joel E. Richter and Michael F. Vaezi
      5. Barrett Esophagus, 691 – Stuart Jon Spechler and Rhonda F. Souza
      6. Esophageal Tumors, 700 – Hazem Hammad and Sachin Wani
    6. Part VI: Stomach and Duodenum
      1. Anatomy, Histology and Developmental Anomalies of the Stomach and Duodenum, 720 – M. Gaith Semrin
      2. Gastric Neuromuscular Function and Neuromuscular Disorders, 735 – Kenneth L. Koch
      3. Gastric Secretion,764 – Mitchell L. Schubert and Jonathan D. Kaunitz52 Gastritis and Gastropathy, 781
        Mark Feldman, Pamela J. Jensen, and Colin W. Howden
      4. Peptic Ulcer Disease, 806 – Francis K.L. Chan and James Y.W. Lau
      5. Adenocarcinoma of the Stomach and Other Gastric Tumors, 820 – Michael Quante and Jan Bornschein
    7. Part VII: Pancreas
      1. Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, and Developmental Anomalies of the Pancreas, 842 – Megha S. Mehta, Bradley A. Barth, and Sohail Z. Husain
      2. Pancreatic Secretion, 853 – Stephen J. Pandol
      3. Genetic Disorders of the Pancreas and Pancreatic Disorders in Childhood, 862 – David C. Whitcomb and Mark E. Lowe
      4. Acute Pancreatitis, 893 – Santhi Swaroop Vege
      5. Chronic Pancreatitis, 917 – Chris E. Forsmark
      6. Pancreatic Cancer, Cystic Pancreatic Neoplasms, and Other Nonendocrine Pancreatic Tumors, 947 – Bijal Modi and G. Thomas Shires
      7. Endoscopic Treatment of Pancreatic Disease, 965 – Ryan Law and Todd H. Baron
    8. Part VIII: Biliary tract
      1. Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Developmental Anomalies, and Pediatric Disorders of the Biliary Tract, 973 – Frederick J. Suchy and Cara L. Mack
      2. Biliary Tract Motor Function and Dysfunction, 995 – B. Joseph Elmunzer and Grace H. Elta
      3. Bile Secretion and the Enterohepatic Circulation, 1001 – Peter Fickert and Paul A. Dawson
      4. Gallstone Disease, 1016 – David Q.-H. Wang and Nezam H. Afdhal
      5. Treatment of Gallstone Disease, 1047 – Robert E. Glasgow
      6. Acalculous Biliary Pain, Acute Acalculous Cholecystitis, Cholesterolosis, Adenomyomatosis, and Gallbladder Polyps, 1064 – Karin L. Andersson and Lawrence S. Friedman
      7. Primary and Secondary Sclerosing Cholangitis, 1077 – Cynthia Levy and Christopher L. Bowlus
      8. Tumors of the Bile Ducts, Gallbladder, and Ampulla, 1096 – Sumera H. Rizvi and Gregory J. Gores
      9. Endoscopic and Radiologic Treatment of Biliary Disease, 1113 – Theodore W. James and Todd H. Baron
  2. VOLUME 2 
    1. Part IX: Liver
      1. Embryology, Anatomy, Histology, and Developmental Anomalies of the Liver,1129 – Ricard Masia and Joseph Misdraji
      2. Liver Physiology and Energy Metabolism, 1135 – Namita Roy-Chowdhury and Jayanta Roy-Chowdhury
      3. Liver Chemistry and Function Tests, 1154 – Daniel S. Pratt
      4. Overview of Cirrhosis, 1164 – Patrick S. Kamath and Vijay H. Shah
      5. Hemochromatosis, 1172 – Bruce R. Bacon and Robert E. Fleming
      6. Wilson Disease, 1180 – Eve A. Roberts
      7. Other Inherited Metabolic Disorders of the Liver, 1189 – James E. Squires and William F. Balistreri
      8. Hepatitis A, 1210 – Maria H. Sjogren and Joseph G. Cheatham
      9. Hepatitis B, 1216 – Harry L.A. Janssen and Scott Fung
      10. Hepatitis C, 1243 – Jacinta A. Holmes and Raymond T. Chung
      11. Hepatitis D, 1283 – Marc G. Ghany
      12. Hepatitis E, 1292 – Rakesh Aggarwal
      13. Hepatitis Caused by Other Viruses, 1298 – Jordan J. Feld
      14. Bacterial, Parasitic, and Fungal Infections of the Liver, Including Liver Abscesses, 1303 – Arthur Y. Kim and Raymond T. Chung
      15. Vascular Diseases of the Liver, 1321 – Filipe Gaio Nery and Dominique Charles Valla
      16. Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease, 1336 – Gyongyi Szabo and Craig J. McClain
      17. Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, 1354 – Dawn M. Torres and Stephen A. Harrison
      18. Liver Disease Caused by Drugs, 1367 – Shivakumar Chitturi, Narci C. Teoh, and Geoffrey C. Farrell
      19. Liver Disease Caused by Anesthetics, Chemicals, Toxins, and Herbal and Dietary Supplements, 1399 – James H. Lewis
      20. Autoimmune Hepatitis, 1415 – Albert J. Czaja
      21. Primary Biliary Cholangitis, 1433 – John E. Eaton and Keith D. Lindor
      22. Portal Hypertension and Variceal Bleeding, 1443 – Vijay H. Shah and Patrick S. Kamath
      23. Ascites and Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis, 1471 – Elsa Solà and Pere Ginès
      24. Hepatic Encephalopathy, Hepatorenal Syndrome, Hepatopulmonary Syndrome, and Other Systemic Complications of Liver Disease, 1486 – Shivang S. Mehta and Michael B. Fallon
      25. Acute Liver Failure, 1499 – John O’Grady and William Bernal
      26. Hepatic Tumors and Cysts, 1509 – Adrian M. Di Bisceglie and Alex S. Befeler
      27. Liver Transplantation, 1533 – Andres F. Carrion and Paul Martin
    2. Part X: Small and Large Intestine
      1. Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, and Developmental Anomalies of the Small and Large Intestine, 1551 – Lee M. Bass and Barry K. Wershil
      2. Small Intestinal Motor and Sensory Function and Dysfunction, 1580 – Christopher K. Rayner and Patrick A. Hughes
      3. Colonic Motor and Sensory Function and Dysfunction, 1595 – Philip G. Dinning, Marcello Costa, and Simon J.H. Brookes
      4. Intestinal Electrolyte Absorption and Secretion, 1611 – Mrinalini C. Rao and Jayashree Sarathy
      5. Digestion and Absorption of Carbohydrate, Protein, and Fat, 1636 – Yangzom D. Bhutia and Vadivel Ganapathy
      6. Digestion and Absorption of Micronutrients, 1657 – Michelle Pearlman and Jaime Almandoz
      7. Maldigestion and Malabsorption, 1677 – Christoph Höegenauer and Heinz F. Hammer
      8. Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, 1711 – Brian E. Lacy and John K. DiBaise
      9. Short Bowel Syndrome, 1720 – Alan L. Buchman
      10. Celiac Disease,   1736 – Benjamin Lebwohl and Peter H.R. Green
      11. Tropical Diarrhea and Malabsorption, 1756 – Balakrishnan S. Ramakrishna
      12. Whipple Disease, 1769 – Matthias Maiwald, Axel von Herbay, and David A. Relman
      13. Infectious Enteritis and Proctocolitis, 1779 – Joanna M.P. Melia and Cynthia L. Sears
      14. Food Poisoning, 1810 – Jennifer Katz
      15. Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea and Clostridioides difficile Infection, 1818 – Ciarán P. Kelly and Sahil Khanna
      16. Intestinal Protozoa, 1834 – Christopher D. Huston
      17. Intestinal Worms, 1847 – M. Nedim Ince and David E. Elliott
      18. Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, and Diagnosis of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 1868 – Gilaad G. Kaplan and Siew C. Ng
      19. Management of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 1898 – Ashwin N. Ananthakrishnan and Miguel D. Regueiro
      20. Ileostomies, Colostomies, Pouches, and Anastomoses, 1930 – Ahsan Raza and Farshid Araghizadeh
      21. Intestinal Ischemia, 1944 – Paul Feuerstadt and Lawrence J. Brandt
      22. Intestinal Ulcerations, 1970 – Blair Lewis and Daniel S. Mishkin
      23. Appendicitis,1983 – Martin Daniel Rosenthal and George S. Sarosi, Jr.
      24. Diverticular Disease of the Colon, 1993 – Taft P. Bhuket and Neil H. Stollman
      25. Irritable Bowel Syndrome, 2008 – Alexander C. Ford and Nicholas J. Talley
      26. Intestinal Obstruction, 2021 – William Conan Mustain and Richard H. Turnage
      27. Ileus and Pseudo-Obstruction Syndromes, 2039 – Adil E. Bharucha and David O. Prichard
      28. Tumors of the Small Intestine, 2059 Boris Blechacz and Robert Scott Bresalier
      29. Colonic Polyps and Polyposis Syndromes, 2076 – John J. Garber and Daniel C. Chung
      30. John J. Garber and Daniel C. Chung Colorectal Cancer, 2108 – Robert Scott Bresalier
      31. Other Diseases of the Colon, 2153 – Darrell S. Pardi and Thomas G. Cotter
      32. Anal Diseases, 2169 – J. Marcus Downs and Benjamin Kulow
    3. Part XI: Additional Treatments for Patients with Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease
      1. Probiotics, 2187 – Eamonn M.M. Quigley
      2. Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Medicine, 2192 – Jill K. Deutsch and David J. Hass
      3. Palliative Care Medicine in Patients with Advanced Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Disease, 2206 – Vyjeyanthi S. Periyakoil, Nielsen Fernandez-Becker, and Sarah E. Streett

Author Information

By Mark Feldman, MD, William O. Tschumy Jr., MD, Chair of Internal Medicine, Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas; Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas

Lawrence S. Friedman, MD, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts; The Anton R. Fried, MD, Chair, Department of Medicine, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Newton, Massachusetts; Assistant Chief of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

Lawrence J. Brandt, MD, Professor of Medicine and Surgery, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Emeritus Chief, Division of Gastroenterology, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York

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