Preventable IBD readmissions are problematic for hospitals nationwide. Gastroenterologist Maged Rizk, MD, has identified which factors increase risk of readmission so the right patients can be more closely monitored.
A new study comparing two common treatments for achalasia, POEM and LHM, found higher levels of acid exposure in patients who had the less-invasive POEM procedure.
WMC testing is a noninvasive, painless approach that can lead physicians towards finding more successful avenues of managing the effects of GI dysmotility in diabetic patients.
A recent survey of trainee colonoscopists and their primary care peers showed they have poor recollection of colorectal cancer screening and surveillance guidelines, despite having recently studied them.
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Incoming ACG President Carol Burke, MD, highlights her top picks of what to keep an eye out for — from managing risk to fecal transplant — at this year’s annual meeting.
Find out about Dr. Carol Burke’s plans for her term as president of ACG, her thoughts on the challenges women in gastroenterology face, her role models and more in this candid Q&A.