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    edited by Richard McCallum, Henry Parkman, John Clarke, Braden Kuo.
    Historical perspectives on gastric motility and gastroparesis -- Epidemiology of gastroparesis -- Clinical presentations of gastroparesis -- Natural history of patients with gastroparesis -- Gastric dysmotility at the organ level in gastroparesis -- Cellular pathogenesis of gastroparesis -- Sensory dysfunction in gastroparesis -- Pathology of gastroparesis: ICC, enteric neurons and fibrosis -- Gastroparesis and the brain-gut axis -- Autonomic neuropathies and gastroparesis -- Gastric emptying scintigraphy -- The use of wireless motility capsule in the diagnosis and monitoring of gastroparesis -- Breath tests for the assessment of gastroparesis -- Magnetic resonance imaging for gastric motility and function -- Electrogastrography for suspected gastroparesis -- Antroduodenal manometry for the evaluation of patients with suspected gastroparesis -- Ancillary testing including barostat, SPECT, and satiety testing -- Diabetic gastroparesis -- Postsurgical gastroparesis -- Idiopathic gastroparesis -- Gastroparesis from other causes -- Pediatric gastroparesis -- Dietary therapy for gastroparesis -- Prokinetic agents for gastroparesis -- Antiemetic therapy for gastroparesis -- Abdominal pain in gastroparesis: Prevalence, potential causes and management -- Psychiatric aspects of gastroparesis -- Alternative, complementary medicine and cannabinoids for gastroparesis -- Enteric tube placement for gastroparesis: Gastrostomy, gastrojejunostomy and jejunostomy -- Gastric electrical stimulation for gastroparesis -- Surgical management of gastroparesis -- Studies from the NIH Gastroparesis Clinical Research Consortium: Towards improving our understanding and treatment of gastroparesis -- Evaluating response in gastroparesis: Patient reported outcome measures and survey instruments -- The pyloric revolution: Patient selection -- Endoscopic full-thickness gastric biopsy: Ready for prime time? -- Distinguishing between functional dyspepsia and gastroparesis: Does it matter? -- Female predominance in gastroparesis -- A brief history and future directions of permanent, temporary, and endoscopic GES -- Cell transplantation for gastroparesis -- A vision of the future for gastroparesis -- Resources for the gastroparesis patient.
    Digital Access  ClinicalKey 2020