Research

Medical illustration of Ileocolic Resection
April 22, 2024/Digestive/Research

Study Explores Impact of Kono-S Anastomosis on Crohn’s Disease Patients

Findings support the safety of the technique

Researcher working with petri dish
April 1, 2024/Digestive/Research

Exploring the Functional Roles of Resident Bacteria in Primary Sclerosis Cholangitis

Insights from murine models could help guide care for patients

IV drip attached to hand
March 27, 2024/Digestive/Research

What Is the Role for Terlipressin in Hepatorenal Syndrome?

Reviewing how the drug can be incorporated into care

Physician speaking with surgeon
March 22, 2024/Digestive/Research

Study Findings Support Bariatric Surgery as a Superior Treatment Option to Medical Management for Type 2 Diabetes

Largest, longest analysis to date shows greater weight loss and fewer diabetes medications needed

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Impostor phenomenon
February 6, 2024/Digestive/Research

Recognizing the Impact of Impostor Phenomenon and Microaggressions in Gastroenterology

The importance of raising awareness and taking steps to mitigate these occurrences

Koji Hashimoto, MD, and team
February 2, 2024/Digestive/Research

Combined Cardiac Surgery and Liver Transplant Is a New Option for Highly Selected Patients

New research indicates feasibility and helps identify which patients could benefit

liver
December 8, 2023/Digestive/Research

MILU Improves Outcomes Among Critically Ill Patients with Advanced Liver Disease

Standardized and collaborative care improves liver transplantations

alcohol
November 17, 2023/Digestive/Research

Younger Patients with Alcohol-Associated Hepatitis Present to the ED More Often, Research Shows

Caregiver collaboration and patient education remain critical

food allergies
October 26, 2023/Digestive/Research

What Gastroenterologists Need to Know About Managing Food Allergies in Clinical Practice

Beyond recognizing and treating food allergies, GIs also have a responsibility to address common food allergy misconceptions

chatgpt
October 25, 2023/Digestive/Research

ChatGPT “Pretty Good” at Basic IBS Info, but Misses Details

Important to recognize limitations when it comes to healthcare and research

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