The inflammatory bowel disease patient-centered medical home is a new and novel collaborative approach to the problem of fragmented, ineffective and costly care. It pairs patients with a multispecialty team of healthcare providers who emphasize preventive care and nutrition and treat co-existing pain and psychological issues.
Clinicians increasingly are recognizing the need to recognize and manage inflammatory bowel disease’s extra-intestinal manifestations. A new Cleveland Clinic review provides guidance.
Learn how Cleveland Clinic is advancing gastrointestinal care: Examining the link between IBD and liver disease, predicting progression in Barrett’s esophagus and investigating stem cell therapy for Crohn’s disease.
The presence of inflammatory bowel disease conveys increased risk of comorbid nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and nonalcoholic cirrhosis, two new Cleveland Clinic epidemiological studies show.
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Miguel Regueiro, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, highlights six can’t-miss DDW presentations by our researchers.
If you’re looking for the latest insights and leading-edge information on IBD and gastrointestinal endoscopy, you’ll want to attend these upcoming Cleveland Clinic CME events.
Cleveland Clinic colorectal surgeon Amy Lightner, MD, a leading translational researcher and clinical trials director, talks about stem cells’ potential to improve IBD management.
A study presented at ACG 2018 today is the first to show endoscopic balloon dilationis most effective in Crohn’s disease patients with fewer strictures.
Are immune cells really the central players in the development of intestinal strictures in patients with Crohn’s disease? A cross-departmental team received a new Co-Laboratories Award to investigate another hypothesis.
A temporary ileostomy may mitigate complications from an anastomotic leak. Learn how a unique model and score can help predict leak risk in Crohn’s patients, indicating when an ileostomy should be used.