Atlas of Diagnostic Endoscopy is a comprehensive compilation of high-resolution endoscopic images of the upper gastrointestinal tract, captured live during routine endoscopy in a busy tertiary referral hospital, and presented in full colour.
Arranged in three broad sections - Oesophagus, Stomach and Duodenum - the contents have been further sub-divided into chapters representing different disease processes. While coverage of the more common diseases, including peptic ulcer and portal hypertension, is particularly extensive, rare conditions such as Dieulafoy's disease have also been included for a truly comprehensive overview
The images are accompanied by figure legends, while brief additional explanatory text includes details of classification and staging of endoscopically relevant diseases.
The book will be an invaluable companion for the practising endoscopist, to be referred to often in the clinical setting, as well as a useful reference.