Rule out infection, especially Clostridium difficile, then order colonoscopy or computed tomography. Here’s a primer on diagnosing and managing checkpoint inhibitor-associated colitis.
Here’s a look at three new endoscopic offerings that might be right for your patients with common GI conditions: EDGE, TIF and endoscopic fistulotomy.
Cleveland Clinic experts developed an endoscopic treatment that’s a better approach for opening fistula in IBD patients. It can go deeper into the bowel, beyond the reach of the non-laparostomy surgical approach. Dr. Bo Shen explains.
Dr. Bo Shen explains what’s new in treating IBD ― and invites you to learn more at the Dr. Victor Fazio IBD Symposium in Medical & Surgical Treatment of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis during DDW 2018.
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When experience and innovation matter: A 65-year-old man with an acute presacral anastomotic leak and large hematoma ultimately has a stoma closure and avoids a permanent ostomy.
Our advice for a bowel prep that’s well-tolerated by patients with a history of bariatric surgery and provides adequate colon cleansing before colonoscopy.
Tumor boards work — so why not an IBD board? A new multidisciplinary IBD Board launched at Cleveland Clinic handles difficult cases and helps patients find much-needed relief.
Bo Shen, MD, pioneered a technique that was formerly used only in the upper GI tract. It offers a more precise method for widening strictures than previous methods.
Register now for the Dr. Victor Fazio IBD Symposium in Medical and Surgical Treatment of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis on May 8.
Discover how a new application of a trusted endoscopic therapy is helping patients with inflammatory bowel disease enjoy relief from strictures and inflammation in the lower GI tract.