GI clerkship books

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  1. zest

    zest Junior Member 10+ Year Member

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    I am current 4th year going to start a clerkship in GI. Can any of you recommend some books for the clerkship? I would also appreciate, if you had any tips on acing the rotation.
     
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    Might be a little late but should help someone in the future. I used the Washington Manual Subspecialty Consult Series GI text. It's pretty concise and fits in the coat pocket. It's organized by major/typical GI presentations (ex. diarrhea, UGIB/LGIB, etc.) and I found it pretty useful for a quick refresher on diffdx and diagnostic modalities before seeing consults. This coupled with uptodate for more thorough reading was money for my rotation.
     

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