A post-liver transplant patient with HIV and recurrent HCV was successfully treated by switching his protease inhibitor until the HCV resolved, then restoring his HAART regimen.
A Cleveland Clinic-led trial is the first to assess the impact of an anti-inflammatory drug on disease progression in children with familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) on an international level.
While ethically challenging and technically demanding, living donor liver transplants can be performed safely and successfully. Learn how Cleveland Clinic utilizes 3-D imaging to minimize complications.
Learn how Cleveland Clinic’s intestinal rehabilitation program—one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive — treats intestinal failure patients using a multidisciplinary approach that achieves outstanding outcomes.
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In the first study of its kind, Cleveland Clinic researchers find no evidence to suggest that capnographic monitoring is indicated for healthy adult patients undergoing colonoscopy with moderate sedation.
Several Cleveland Clinic studies are shedding light on potential biomarkers and imaging techniques to detect biliary disease faster, more accurately and more cost effectively.
Gastroenterologists will get the latest on liver diseases, colon polyp surveillance, esophageal issues and IBD at Cleveland Clinic’s 50th Annual Gastroenterology Update in Cleveland, Nov. 6-7.
Bariatric surgery helps resolve Type 2 diabetes, but also is showing promise to treat GI conditions, such as nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. Learn why GIs should take interest in STAMPEDE’s results
By combining laparoscopy and endoscopy, the Digestive Disease Institute’s new Developmental Endoscopy Group is now able to provide new minimally invasive options to patients for motility disorders and GI cancers.
Today, pouch disorders are no longer lumped together in one diagnostic bucket. Understanding which of 5 types of pouch disorders your patient has is key to providing the best possible therapy.