From Barrett’s esophagus and early esophageal cancer to GERD, esophagitis and esophageal motility disorders, here’s a look at what’s new. Dr. Prashanthi N.Thota explains.
A new endoscopic technique for GERD bridges the gap between taking a pill or having an operation done. John Rodriguez, MD, explains.
Laparoscopic RYGB may become the preferred approach to decrease acid and bile reflux and preserve esophageal function in scleroderma patients.
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.
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A Cleveland Clinic study found a two-piece positional therapy device significantly reduces nocturnal gastroesophageal reflux disease symptoms and improves overall sleep quality in pregnancy women.
A sleep positioning device not only significantly decreases nocturnal gastroesophageal reflux disease, but it also dramatically improves quality of life, according to Cleveland Clinic research.