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Pancreas and Biliary Disease : A Point of Care Clinical Guide

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Pancreas and Biliary Disease : A Point of Care Clinical Guide
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Pancreas and Biliary Disease
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A Point of Care Clinical Guide
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Pancreas and Biliary Disease : A Point of Care Clinical Guide
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Pancreas and Biliary Disease : A Point of Care Clinical Guide
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Elevated Amylase and Lipase: Physiology Including Non-{u00AD}pancreatitis related Elevations -- Introduction -- Pancreas Physiology -- Common Clinical Questions -- Can Serum Amylase and Lipase Be Normal in Acute Pancreatitis? -- What Are the Most Common Non-pancreatic Causes of Elevated Amylase and Lipase? -- Can Amylase and Lipase Be Used to Follow the Clinical Course of Pancreatitis or Predict the Severity of the Disease? -- Brief Review of the Literature -- Future Directions -- Conclusion -- References -- Part 1: Clinical Scenario: Abdominal Pain With or Without Elevated Amylase and Lipase -- Chapter 2: Acute Pancreatitis -- What Causes Acute Pancreatitis? -- Brief Review of the Literature -- Introduction -- Diagnosis -- Etiology -- Natural Course and Complications -- Prognosis, Risk Stratification, and the Revised Atlanta Classification -- Management -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Chronic Pancreatitis -- Patient Questions -- Introduction -- Epidemiology and Etiology -- Natural History and Clinical Manifestations -- Pathogenesis -- Genetics of Chronic Pancreatitis -- Fibrosis -- Pain -- Diabetes -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Treatment of Pain -- Treatment of Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency (PEI) -- Nutritional Support -- Conclusion and Future Directions -- References -- Chapter 4: Recurrent Acute Pancreatitis -- Patient Questions -- Introduction -- Definition -- Etiology -- Congenital Abnormalities of Pancreatic and Biliary Anatomy -- Diagnostic Approach -- Endoscopic Ultrasound -- Bile Crystal Analysis -- MRCP -- ERCP -- Management -- Summary -- Future Trends -- References -- Chapter 5: Steroid-Responsive Chronic Pancreatitides: Autoimmune Pancreatitis and Idiopathic Duct-Centric Chronic Pancreatitis -- What Is Autoimmune Pancreatitis? -- How Is AIP Treated?
  • Is AIP Associated with Malignancy? -- Brief Review of the Literature -- AIP -- Introduction -- Pathogenesis -- Clinical Presentation -- Diagnosis -- Histopathology -- Imaging -- Serology -- Clinical Use -- Treatment -- Relapse -- Idiopathic Duct-Centric Chronic Pancreatitis (IDCP) -- Introduction -- Pathogenesis -- Clinical Presentation -- Histological Characteristics -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Future Directions -- References -- Part 2: Clinical Scenario: Painless Jaundice/ Unintentional Weight Loss -- Chapter 6: Pancreas Adenocarcinoma and Ampullary Cancer -- Introduction -- Question 1: I Was Told that I Have Pancreatic Cancer. How Advanced is My Cancer? -- Initial Evaluation of a Patient with PDAC -- Defining the Clinical Stage -- Question 2: What Is the Difference Between Neoadjuvant Therapy and Adjuvant Therapy for PDAC? -- Treatment of PDAC -- Limitations of Adjuvant Therapy -- Rationale for Neoadjuvant Therapy -- Question 3: What Is Ampullary Cancer and How Is It Different from PDAC? -- Ampulla of Vater Adenocarcinoma -- Initial Evaluation of a Patient with PDAC -- Treatment of AVAC -- Conclusions -- References -- Part 3: Clinical Scenario: Incidental Finding on CT/Dizziness/Secretary Diarrhea/Skin Rash -- Chapter 7: Neuroendocrine Tumors of the Pancreas -- What Are Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors (PNETs) and Are They Cancer? -- Suggested Response to the Patient -- Brief Review of the Literature -- How Are PNETs Diagnosed? -- Brief Review of the Literature -- Functional Tumors -- Nonfunctional Tumors -- How Long Will I Survive? Will I Need Chemotherapy? -- Prognosis and Treatment Options for Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors -- Suggested Response to the Patient -- Brief Review of the Literature -- Symptom Control -- Treatment -- Conclusion -- References -- Part 4: Clinical Scenario: Incidental Finding on CT
  • Chapter 8: Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas -- Question 1: I Was Told that I Have a Cyst in My Pancreas. Is It Cancer? How Did I Get It? -- Question 2: Can My Cyst Be Treated Without Surgery? -- Question 3: What If I Don't Do Anything -- Will the Cyst Become a Cancer? -- Introduction -- Non-neoplastic Cysts -- Pancreatic Pseudocysts -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Pancreatic Cystic Neoplasms -- Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms -- Diagnosis -- Management -- Mucinous Cystic Neoplasms -- Serous Cystic Neoplasms -- Solid Pseudopapillary Neoplasms -- Cystic Pancreatic Endocrine Neoplasms -- General Approach to Diagnosis and Management -- References -- Chapter 9: Bile Duct and Pancreas: Brief Anatomy, Investigations Used -- Patient Information -- Pancreas -- Anatomy -- Physiology -- Biliary Tree -- Anatomy -- Investigations Used -- Blood Tests -- Amylase, Lipase -- Hepatic Function Tests -- CA19-9 (Also Covered in the Chapter on Pancreas Cancer) -- Imaging Tests -- Abdominal Ultrasound -- Hepatobiliary Scintigraphy -- CT Scan -- MRCP (Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography) -- Secretin Stimulation Test -- Endoscopic Tests -- ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography) -- References -- Part 5: Clinical Scenario: Pain/Fever/Jaundice -- Chapter 10: Gallstone Disease -- How Did I Get Gallstones? -- Do I Have to Have My Gallbladder Removed or Are There Other Options? -- How Will the Surgery Affect Me? -- Brief Review of Gallstone Disease -- References -- Chapter 11: Choledocholithiasis Including Acute Cholangitis -- Patient Questions and Answers -- What Are Gallstones and What Is the Difference Between Gallbladder Stones and Common Bile Duct Stones? -- What Are the Complications of Common Bile Duct Stones? -- How Is the Diagnosis Made?
  • What Is an ERCP? Why Is It Necessary to Perform This Procedure When Patients Have Common Bile Duct Stones? -- My Elderly Mother Has No More Pain or Fever Since the Bile Duct Infection 2 Days Ago. Also, She Is Very Tired and Needs to Get More Sleep. Should We Hold Off on the ERCP for Now? -- Brief Review of Literature -- Epidemiology -- Risk Factors -- Clinical Presentation -- Diagnosis -- Laboratory -- Imaging -- Management -- Diagnosis and Management of Choledocholithiasis in the Elderly -- Future Trends -- References -- Chapter 12: Benign Biliary Strictures -- What Is a Biliary Stricture and Why Do I Have One? -- Suggested Response to the Patient -- Etiology and Classification -- Signs and Symptoms -- Postoperative Biliary Strictures -- Cholecystectomy -- Liver Transplant -- Biliary Strictures Secondary to Pancreatitis -- Infectious, Inflammatory, and Rare Causes of Biliary Strictures -- Brief Review of the Literature -- Postoperative Biliary Strictures -- Cholecystectomy -- Liver Transplant -- Biliary Strictures Secondary to Pancreatitis -- Infectious, Inflammatory, and Rare Causes of Biliary Strictures -- Can You Fix My Benign Biliary Stricture? -- Suggested Response to the Patient -- Surgery -- Interventional Radiology -- Endoscopy -- Brief Review of the Literature -- Surgery -- Interventional Radiology -- Endoscopy -- Will My Benign Biliary Stricture Return and What Are the Complications of Treatment? -- Suggested Response to the Patient -- Benign Biliary Stricture Recurrence -- Complications Related to Endoscopy -- Brief Review of the Literature -- Benign Biliary Stricture Recurrence -- Recurrence Rate in Liver Transplant Patients -- Recurrence Rate in Postcholecystectomy BBS -- BBS Recurrence in CP -- Complications Related to Endoscopy -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13: Point-of-Care Clinical Guide: Cholangiocarcinoma
  • Patient's Perspective: Questions on Cholangiocarcinoma -- Cholangiocarcinoma -- Overview -- Epidemiology -- Etiology -- Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) (Also Refer to the Separate Chapter on PSC) -- Parasitic Liver Infection -- Hepatolithiasis -- Congenital Biliary Malformation -- Chemicals and Toxins Exposure -- Viral Hepatitis -- Others -- Clinical Presentation -- Investigations -- Hilar Strictures: Bismuth Classification -- Staging -- Treatment -- Surgical Management -- Liver Transplant -- Chemotherapy -- Radiation Therapy -- Palliative Biliary Drainage -- Photodynamic Therapy -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 14: Autoimmune Liver Diseases: Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- Patient Questions and Answers -- What Is Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis and How Did I Get It? -- What Can I Do to Treat Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis? -- Will I Need a Liver Transplant? -- Autoimmune Liver Diseases: Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- Summary -- Epidemiology -- Etiology -- Genetics -- Immune-Mediated -- Infectious -- Toxin-mediated -- Vascular Injury -- Clinical Presentation -- Diagnosis -- Laboratories -- Cholangiography -- Histology -- Natural History -- Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Variants -- Small-Duct Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- Overlap Syndrome with Autoimmune Hepatitis -- Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis in Association with Autoimmune Pancreatitis -- Secondary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- Complications of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- Complications of Cholestatic Liver Disease -- Pruritus -- Bone Disease -- Fat-Soluble Vitamin Deficiency -- Portal Hypertension -- Complications Specific to Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Colorectal Carcinoma -- Peristomal Varices -- Dominant Biliary Strictures -- Biliary Stones -- Gallbladder Disease Including Adenocarcinoma -- Cholangiocarcinoma
  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma
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