Cholestatic Liver Disease [electronic resource] / edited by Elizabeth J. Carey, Keith D. Lindor
- Clinical Gastroenterology, 2197-7399
- 1. Diagnosis of Cholestasis -- 2. Drug Induced Cholestasis -- 3. Primary Biliary Cirrhosis -- 4. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- 5. IgG4 Related Cholangitis -- 6. Rare Causes of Cholestasis -- 7. Cholestatic Variants of Viral Disease and Alcohol -- 8. Cholestasis Related to Systemic Disorders -- 9. Complications of Cholestasis -- 10. Cholestasis Post Liver Transplantation -- 11. Cholestasis in the Hospitalized Patient -- 12. Endoscopic Management of Biliary Obstruction.
- Since the publication of the first edition, there have been advances in both the diagnosis and the management of many of the cholestatic liver diseases. Cholestatic Liver Disease, Second Edition thoroughly updates the topics previously addressed, such as primary biliary cirrhosis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and cholestatic variants of drug hepatotoxicity and viral disease. New treatments, such as the development of the farnesoid X receptor agonists for the treatment of PBC, are highlighted. Current guidelines and areas of uncertainty are also covered. Additionally, new chapters have been added to reflect the changing landscape of cholestatic liver disease. Cholestatic Liver Disease, Second Edition is a concise yet comprehensive summary of the current status of the field and is of value to clinicians and researchers interested in patients with cholestatic liver disease provide that will help to guide patient management and stimulate investigative efforts.
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