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Gastroslide: Cirrhosis and Portal Hypertension

Feb. 5, 2015

GastroSlides offers a comprehensive, growing collection of images on major GI and liver disease topics. This month's feature topic: cirrhosis and portal hypertension.

GastroSlides offers a comprehensive, growing collection of images on major GI and liver disease topics. Developed by internationally renowned authors, the images are a valuable resource to help you create high-quality presentations that explain the complex concepts and processes of digestive diseases.

This month's GastroSlides images focus on the causes, diagnosis and management of cirrhosis and its most common complication — portal hypertension — and are separated into the following sections:

  • Part I: Cirrhosis: Definition, Natural History and Diagnosis
  • Part II: Pathophysiology and Types of Portal Hypertension
  • Part III: Hyperdynamic Circulatory State
  • Part IV: Varices and Variceal Hemorrhage
  • Part V: Ascites
  • Part VI: Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis
  • Part VII: Hepatorenal Syndrome
  • Part VIII: Hepatic Encephalopathy
  • Part IX: Hepatopulmonary Syndrome
  • Part X: Portopulmonary Hypertension
  • Part XI: Liver Transplant

Order these slides individually as you need them or purchase a one-year subscription and have access to the entire GastroSlides library of more than 4,000 images. AGA members receive a discounted rate.

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