Diseases of the Esophagus by Gaston R. Vantrappen M.D., Agg. H.O., Jan J. Hellemans M.D., PDF

By Gaston R. Vantrappen M.D., Agg. H.O., Jan J. Hellemans M.D., Agg. H.O. (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3642864295

ISBN-13: 9783642864292

ISBN-10: 3642864317

ISBN-13: 9783642864315

This ebook goals to be a synthesis of our present wisdom in regards to the basic and pathological esophagus. even if a couple of very good monographs on restricted elements of esophageal pathology can be found, a contemporary instruction manual treating the complete of esophageal body structure and pathology is missing. We tried to give the accumulated fabric in this sort of manner that even the neophyte within the box wouldn't wander off within the wealth of knowledge. hence we now have integrated a couple of illustrations akin to classical radiological and endoscopic photographs, manometric tracings and basic graphs, that may look superfluous for experts yet might be invaluable to the reader who desires to be initiated within the topic. whilst we attempted to be rather entire with a view to make on hand to the esophageal professional a booklet of references, to which he can effectively flip while confronted with infrequent illnesses or strange physiological or pathophysiological pheno­ mena. on the way to in attaining either goals the authors usually supply their very own viewpoint whilst confronted with controversal subject matters, whereas classical in addition to more moderen gains and ideas are pointed out and diverging critiques discussed.

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Muscularis Mucosae This layer forms the boundary between the lamina propria and the submucosa, and follows the mucosal longitudinal folds.

The Ciba collection of medical illustrations, vol. 3: Digestive system, part I: Upper digestive tract, 1959, p. , 1954). A number of other bands and muscles have been described; among them the muscle of Low, types I and II, the transverse intertendinous muscle, and the ligament of Treitz. 5. Arterial Blood Supply The cervical part of the esophagus receives its blood supply mainly from the lower thyroid artery, a branch of the truncus thyreocervicalis. The blood is supplied both directly, via the final branches of these arteries, and indirectly via the rami esophagei, which arise from them.

Developmental changes in the oesophageal epithelium in man. J. Anat. ) 86,431-442 (1952). : Die Muskelanordnung in der Speiserohre (Mensch, Rhesusaffe, Kaninchen, Maus, Ratte, Seehund). Ergebn. Anat. Gesch. 40, 3-33 (1968). : Medical embryology: human development--normal and abnormal. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co. 1963. : Esophagus and pharynx in action: a study of structure in relation to function. ): Charles C. Thomas, Publisher 1950. : Observations comparatives sur I'innervation intramurale du cardia, du pylore et de la valvule ileo-coecale chez l'homme normal au cours de rage.

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