A Cleveland Clinic team examined a large database of ED visits looking for any disparities in wait times for those seeking care for acute GI conditions. What they found points to a need to brainstorm ways to overcome these racial and gender inequities.
A better way to screen for fibrosis in NAFLD? Researchers propose a new method at DDW 2018. Dr. Arthur McCullough explains.
A study presented at DDW 2018 improves our understanding of creeping fat and may lead to therapeutic interventions for strictures in patients with Crohn’s disease. Dr. Florian Rieder explains.
A large, single-center retrospective study presented at DDW2018 examined the impact of endoscopist characteristics on the detection rates of adenomas and proximal sessile serrated polyps (pSSPs). Dr. Carol Burke explains the findings.
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Research presented at DDW 2018 concludes that patients who have positive lateral pelvic lymph nodes before and after neo-adjuvant treatment are the ones who may benefit from lateral pelvic lymph node dissection. Dr. Emre Gorgun explains.
Cleveland Clinic researchers present study at DDW 2018 which found that measuring intracystic glucose levels was more accurate than current testing protocols for distinguishing between precancel mucinous cysts and benign nonmutinous cysts.
Dr. Tracy Hull explains why you should join us at the Dr. Victor Fazio IBD Symposium to hear what’s new in the medical and surgical treatment of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.