What digestive disease issues can we expect to dominate the year ahead? Chairman Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, offers his take.
Study finds noninvasive scores can help identify cirrhosis in patients who are at high risk due to having nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and type 2 diabetes.
ACG president and Cleveland Clinic gastroenterologist Carol Burke, MD, shares her thoughts on having women currently lead all four U.S. gastroenterology and hepatology societies.
ACG president and Cleveland Clinic gastroenterologist Carol Burke, MD, explains why physician burnout will be a hot topic at the 2017 World Congress of Gastroenterology.
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ACG president and Cleveland Clinic gastroenterologist Carol Burke, MD, explains steps to help limit the burden of Maintenance of Certification on physicians.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Digestive Disease Institute is seeing a 30 percent increase in volumes year over year. Chief Matthew Kroh, MD, explains efforts to provide the highest quality digestive disease services in the Middle East.
There’s a lot of excitement on tap at the world’s premier educational course for gut specialists. Read about what you can expect this year.
Research presented at DDW 2016 provides the strongest evidence to date that surveillance of Barrett’s esophagus patients with short segments and irregular Z lines is not needed.
Join the multidisciplinary team as they review innovation and updates in key topics in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Diseases.
A sleep positioning device that significantly decreases nocturnal gastroesophageal reflux disease symptoms is proving successful in hard-to-treat laryngopharyngeal reflux patients.