Über den Autor
Petar Mamula, MDDivision of GI, Hepatology and Nutrition, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USAJonathan E. Markowitz, MD, MSCEGreenville Children's Hospital, Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, University of South Carolina School of Medicine--Greenville, Greenville, SC, USARobert N. Baldassano, MDDivision of GI, Hepatology and Nutrition, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Section 1: Etiology and Pathogenesis1. Genetics of Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseZhi Wei, Steven Baldassano and Hakon Hakonarson2. Gut Immunity and Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseWilliam A. Faubion 3. Cytokines and Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseEdwin F. de Zoeten and Ivan J Fuss4. The Gut Microbiota and IBDJudith Kelsen and Gary D. WuSection 2: Epidemiology and Clinical Features 5. Epidemiology of Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseShehzad Saeed and Subra Kugathasan6. Early Onset Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseMelvin B. Heyman and Neera Gupta7. The Natural History of Crohn Disease in ChildrenJames F. Markowitz8. Natural History of Ulcerative Colitis in ChildrenJeffrey S. Hyams9. Natural History of Indeterminate Colitis Mary K. Rogers Boruta, Richard J. Grand and Michael D. Kappelman10: Extraintestinal Manifestations of Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseShervin Rabizadeh and Maria Oliva-Hemker11. Liver Disease in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseasePamela L. Valentino and Binita M. Kamath, MBBChir12. Growth Impairment in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseThomas D Walters and Anne Griffiths13. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Skeletal HealthFrancisco A. Sylvester14. Puberty and Pediatric-Onset Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseDianne Deplewski and Barbara S. Kirschner15. Classification of Inflammatory Bowel Disease in ChildrenAthos BousvarosSection 3: Diagnosis16. The History and Physical ExamAlka Goyal and David J. Keljo17. Differential Diagnosis of Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseThierry Lamireau18. Laboratory Evaluation of Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseJennifer Strople and Benjamin D. Gold19. Radiologic Evaluation of Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseStephen M. Druhan and Benedict C. Nwomeh20. Endoscopic Modalities in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseK Venkatesh and Mike Thomson21. The Pathology of Chronic Inflammatory Bowel DiseasePierre Russo22. Videocapsule Endoscopy in Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseErnest G. Seidman23. Bone Health in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseMeena Thayu and Edisio Semeao24. Assessment of Growth and Nutritional Status in Children with Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseBabette ZemelSection 4: Medical Therapy25. Pharmacogenetics in IBDMarla C. Dubinsky26. 5-Aminosalicylate TherapyMichael Stephens and Alisha M. Mavis27. Antibiotic TherapyHoward Kader, Douglas Jacobstein and Adam Paul28. Nutritional Management of Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseAnthony Otley, Andrew S Day and Mary Zachos29. Probiotic TherapyDavid R. Mack30. CorticosteroidsJohanna C. Escher31. 6-Mercaptopurine Therapy Carmen Cuffari32. MethotrexateJoel R. Rosh33. Infliximab Therapy for Pediatric Crohn Disease and Ulcerative ColitisIlse Hoffman, Tania Claeys, Severine Vermeire, Gert Van Assche, Peter Witters and Paul Rutgeerts34. Biologic TherapiesWojciech Blonski, Faten Aberra and Gary R. Lichtenstein35. Medical Treatment of Perianal Crohn Disease FistulaeMark T. Osterman and Gary R. Lichtenstein36. Management of Fulminant ColitisHarland WinterSection 5: Surgical Therapy37. Surgical Management of Crohn Disease in ChildrenDavid von Allmen38. Surgical Treatment of Ulcerative ColitisPeter Mattei39. Pouchitis After Ileal Pouch-Anal AnastomosisVictor Uko and Robert Wyllie40. Enteral Feeding Devices and OstomiesSusan N. PeckSection 6: Research41. Clinical Indices for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease ResearchAngela Noble and Dan Turner42. Clinical Trials (Clinician Perspective)Salvatore Cucchiara, Giovanni DiNardo and Marina Aloi43. Clinical Trials (Industry Perspective)Allan OlsonSection 7: Special Considerations44. Psychological Aspects of IBD in Children and AdolescentsLaura M. Mackner and Wallace V. Crandall45. Measurement of Quality of Life in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseAnthony Otley46. Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Khalil El-Chammas and Manu R. Sood47. Inflammatory Bowel Disease in PregnancySunanda Kane48. Immunizations in the Child with Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseAthos Bousvaros and Ying Lu49. Malignant Tumors Arising in Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseThomas A. Ullman50. Quality Improvement in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Richard Colletti, Michael D. Kappelman, Wallace V. Crandall and Peter A. Margolis51. Advocacy for Pediatric Patients with IBDJanis Arnold, Athos Bousvaros and Jennifer C. Jaff52. Legislative Advocacy Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America53. Transition from Pediatric to Adult CareBincy P. Abraham and George D. Ferry
Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Second Edition provides an essential reference with an emphasis on the unique pediatric issues of IBD. Chapters focus on complications of IBD specific to children and adolescents. Treatment recommendations are based on the latest clinical research available. The textbook also presents sections dedicated to the aspects of participation in clinical research unique to children and adolescents and the complicated yet vital process of successfully transitioning a patient from a pediatric to adult specialist. Controversies in pediatric IBD care such as the off-label use of medications are also covered. The format incorporates multiple tables, graphs, and figures to improve readability and make for an efficient reference for clinicians to use.
Thoroughly revised and updated from the first edition, the volumes includes new therapies that are currently being used or tested for treatment of IBD, important areas regarding incidence and prevalence, immunization and response to vaccine administration as well as advancements in our understanding of growth and development with particular to the use of growth hormone therapy. Other new areas covered include important topics of complementary and alternative medicine use in IBD, immunization, and liver disease in IBD. Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Second Edition is a valuable resource for pediatric gastroenterologists as well as adult gastroenterologists.
Thoroughly revised and updated second editionWritten by specialists unsurpassed in reputation and accomplishmentsIncludes new therapies that are currently being used or tested