Perrotfish

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I'm coming up on my Peds GI month. What do these subspecialists study from? Is there one book that fellows routinely read through during their first year of fellowship? Or does everyone learn from an amalgam of papers and journal articles? I've always liked going through books (the red book for ID, Park for Cardiology, Polin and Yoder for NICU, etc) rather than uptodate/Peds in review, so if a good one exists I feel like I'd benifit alot from reading it.
 
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When I did my GI rotation as a 4th yr med student, the fellow recommended the below text to me and I liked reading it a lot. It was appropriate for someone on their first GI rotationon. It was also very readable, not terribly dry, and not 100 pounds.
Book: essential pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition By stefano guandalini. Good luck!
 
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Perrotfish

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When I did my GI rotation as a 4th yr med student, the fellow recommended the below text to me and I liked reading it a lot. It was appropriate for someone on their first GI rotationon. It was also very readable, not terribly dry, and not 100 pounds.
Book: essential pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition By stefano guandalini. Good luck!
Thanks, I was looking at that one. Guess I'll give it a shot.