Clinical Handbook of Pediatric Gastroenterology is a pocket handbook written to meet the needs of both newcomers as well as veteran providers of children with gastroenterology and nutritional problems. Composed of 21 chapters, the opening chapters address common conditions from Abdominal Pain and Gastroesophageal Reflux to Pediatric Liver disease, Childhood Obesity, and Pediatric GI Transplant. Key assessment features, diagnostic tools, and treatment options are clearly outlined in each chapter. In addition, clinical pearls and key resources draw on the practical experience of the expert authors. The handbook concludes with chapters on diagnostic studies, medications, and nutritional aspects that provide a basis for the therapies utilized in the practice of pediatric gastroenterology.