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Editors: Jia-ju Zheng (Su-zhou Inst. for Digestive Disease and Nutrition, Su-zhou Municipal Hosp., Soo-chow Hosp. , Nan-jing Medical Univ., Jiang-su Province, P.R. China)
Book Description:
Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, collectively termed inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), are complex disorders because of their wide variations in clinical manifestations. These two disorders constitute multi-system diseases of idiopathic origin. Both are found world-wide and spare no socioeconomic group

Recent scientific and technological advances have, not only led to greater understanding of the pathogenesis underlying these disorders, but have also enabled us to make a correct diagnosis in the earlier stage and to use better and more efficacious medical therapies for these two diseases. Dr. Zheng from China has experience in the research and treatment environment for IBD at the University of Chicago in the U.S.A. He completed his doctoral work in Nutrition at Tufts University and has been an active gastroenterologist in the diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal disease, in particular IBD, in China. Thus, he is well suited to the task of bringing together this information for IBD.

In this handbook, a highly distinguished group of doctors and professors have been invited to present an updated knowledge of current status as related to the diagnosis and medical therapy of IBD. These articles highlight many advances to date with their clinical experiences. Thus, this handbook will greatly increase recognition of the complexity of these conditions in clinical practice, and enhance the experiences of management with IBD patients.


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Table of Contents:
Section one: Anatomy of the large intestine

I Gross Morphology;pp. 3
(Jia-ju Zheng, Yun-di Guo)

1I Histology;pp. 5-7
(Jia-ju Zheng, Yun-di Guo)

Section two: Pathology of idiopathic colitis

III Ulcerative Colitus;pp. 11-15
(Jia-ju Zheng, Yun-di Guo)

IV Crohn's Disease;pp. 17-25
(Jia-ju Zheng, Yun-di Guo

V Site and extent of inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 27-32
(Jia-ju Zheng, Yun-di Guo)

Section three: Endoscopy in inflammatory bowel disease

VI Normal endoscopic appearance of the bowel;pp. 35-37
(Jia-ju Zheng)

VII Colonoscopic features of ulcerative colitus;pp. 39-42
(Ping Xiang)

VIII Colonoscopic features of crohn's disease;pp. 43-47
(Fu-xing Xu)

IX Crohn's disease of the upper gastrointestinal tract: The value of esophagogastroduodenoscopic examination;pp. 49-52
(Wen-jun Zhang, Zhao-shen Li)

X The role of EUS in the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and other indetermined colitis;pp. 53-62
(Qi Zhu)

XI Double balloon endoscopy in diagnosis of inflammatory bowel
disease;pp). 63-69
(Jie Zhong)

X11 Capsule Endoscopy in inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 71-77
(Zhi-zheng Ge)

XIII Narrow band imaging: A new diagnostic approach in colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 79-87
(Wei Huang, Yun-lin Wu

XIV The application of confocal laser endomicroscopy for diagnosis of inflammation bowel diseases;pp. 89-95
(Yan-qing Li)

XV Magnifying colonscopy for diagnosis of ulcerative colitus and tumor;pp. 97-107
(Si-de Liu)

XVI Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography in inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 109-112
(Feng Liu, Zhao-shen Li

Section four: Clinical aspects of idiopathic colitis

XVII Management of inflammatory bowel disease in the asia-pacific region;pp. 115-123
(Qin Ouyang)

XVIII Inflammatory bowel disease: Definition and classification;pp. 125-127
Jia-ju Zheng)

XIX Clinical manifestations and complications of ulcerative colitis;pp. 129-131
(Kai-chun Wu)

XX Clinical manifestations, complications and diagnosis of crohn's disease;pp. 133-137
(Jun Lin, Chang-sheng Deng)

XXI Severity assessment of ulcerative colitis;pp. 139-146
(Xiao-ping Wu)

XXII Clinical and Endoscopic Assessments of Activity and Severity of crohn's disease;pp. 147-154
(Yi Li, Bing Xia)

XXIII Perianal crohn's disease;pp. 155-165
(Zhi Pang)

XXIV Surveillance and prevention of colorectal cancer in inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 167-174
(Zhhi-hua Ran)

Section five: Drug therapies in inflammatory bowel disease
ment of inflammatory bowel disease

XXV Treatment of inflammatory bowel disease with aminosalicylates;pp. 177-183
(Zhan-ju Liu)

XXVI Glucorticosteroid therapy in inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 185-192
(Zhi-hua Ran)

XXVII Chemical immunomodulator therapy in inflammatory bowel disease;pp 193-199
(Jia-ju Zheng)

XXVIII Topical (rectal) therapy in inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 201-205
(Ming Zhang)

XXIX Nutritional therapy in inflammatory bowel therapy;pp. 207-213
(Xue-liang Jiang)

XXX Treatment of inflammatory bowel disease with traditional chinese medicine;pp. 215-219
(Jia-ju Zheng)

XXXI Conservative ma nagement of ulcerative colitis;pp. 221-230
(Fang Gu, Yu-min Lu)

XXXII Medical treatment of crohn's disease;pp. 231-237
(Zhi-hua Ran)

XXXIII Biological therapy for omflammatory bowel disease;pp. 239-248
(Zhan-ju Liu)

XXXIV Anti-tumor necrosis factor therapy in inflammatory bowel disease;pp. 249-257
(Zhan-ju Liu)

Section six: Disorders that simulate idiopathic colitis: non-infectious colitis

XXXV Collagenous and lymphocytic colitis;pp. 261-263
(Ping Zheng

XXXVI Colonic Ischamia;pp. 265-271
(Long-dian Chen)

XXXVII Eosinophilic Colitis;pp. 273-276
(Ming Zhang)

XXXVIII Behcet's disease and tangier disease;pp. 277-278
(Fu-xing Xu)

XXXIX Radiation Colitis;pp. 279-280
(Ping Xiang)

XL Portal Hypertensive Colopathy;pp. 281-282
(Ping Xiang)

XLI Solitary Rectal Ulcer Syndrome;pp. 283-284
(Ping Xiang)

XLII Diverticula-associated colitis;pp. 285-286
(Fu-xing Xu)

XLIII Drug-induced proctitis and colotis;pp. 287-288
(Jia-ju Zheng)

XLIV Iatrogenic Lesions;pp. 289-291
(Jia-ju Zheng)

XLV Endoscopic and pathological features and treatment in colonic graft-versus-host disease;pp. 293-297
(Wei-chang Chen)

XLVI Cap Polyposis;pp. 299-302
(Ming Zhang)

XLVII Watermelon colon;pp. 303-304
(Ming Zhan

Section seven: Disorders that simulate idiopathic colitis: specific infections

XLVIII Intestinal tuberculosis;pp. 307-308
(Long-dian Chen

XLIX Pseudomembranous colitis;pp. 309-313
(Jia-ju Zheng)

Section eight: Disorders that simulate idiopathic colitis:
other forms of acute infectious colitis and acute self-limited colitis

L Acute Infectious colitis and acute self-limited colitus;pp.317-319
(Jia-ju Zheng)

LI Viral Colitis,bacterial colitis, protozoal and fungal infections;pp. 321-334
(Jia-ju Zheng)

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009, 1st quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10, 357pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-240-8
   Status: AV
  
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