Jaundice is a common manifestation of various hepatobiliary and haematological disorders, in addition to several pathophysiological processes. This book provides a comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and management of jaundice. In a cohesive manner, it presents common principles involved in the management of apparently dissimilar conditions. Authored by pioneer gastroenterologists and hepatologists this multiauthor book provides help to physicians and general practitioners in adopting logical and diagnostic algorithms in their clinical practice.
Diagnostic Approach to Jaundice; Radiological management of the jaundiced patient; Endoscopic management of obstructive jaundice; Interpretation of liver biopsies in jaundice; Acute Viral Hepatitis; Chronic Hepatitis; Cholestasis; Portal Hypertension and Jaundice; Jaundice and Infections; Jaundice in Alcoholics; Jaundice in Pregnancy; Neonatal Cholestasis Syndrome; Drug-induced Jaundice; Jaundice in Patients with Haematological Malignancy; Jaundice and Pancreatic Diseases; parasitic Infections Causing Jaundice; Space-Occupying Lesions of the Liver Causing Jaundice; Surgical Obstructive Jaundice; Liver Failure; Medical Management of Jaundice; Surgery in Patients with Jaundice; Nutrition in Jaundice;