Published in 1981: This book has been written to present the state of the art on endoscopic control of gastrointestinal haemorrhage with emphasis on combining the clinical approach to the patient while reviewing the experimental data which has resulted in the availability of various modalities of therapy.
Table of Contents
1. General Approach to Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding
H. Worth Boyce Jr., M.D.
2. Electrosurgical Principles in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Frank W. Harris, M.D.
John P. Papp, M.D.
4. Sclerotherapy of Esophageal Varices
K. J. Paquet, M.D., and Wolfgang E. Feig, M.D.
5. Laser Photocoagulation Principles
David C. Auth, Ph.D
6. Laser Photocoagulation and Clinical Studies
Fred E. Silverstein, M.D., et al.
7. European Clinical Experience in Laser Photocoagulation in the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract
Peter B. Cotton, M.D., and A. G. Vallon, M.D.
8. Topical Therapy: Cyranoacrylates and other Modalities
Stephen E. Silvis, M.D.
9. Approach to the Patient with Rectal Bleeding
Jerome D. Waye, M.D.
10. Electrocoagulation of Vascular Abnormalities of the Large Bowel
B. H. Gerald Rogers, M.D.
John P. Papp, M.D., is a Senior Attending Gastroenterologist at Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Director of the Gastrointestinal Endoscopy unit.