Gallstones are common in the United States, affecting an estimated 1 in 7 adults. Fortunately, they are asymptomatic in up to 80% of cases, and current guidelines do not recommend cholecystectomy unless they cause symptoms.
When might joint pain be Whipple disease? Cleveland Clinic gastroenterologists explain.
An investigation into the quality of bowel preps and possible predictors of inadequate bowel preparation. A look at our study’s results
Preventable IBD readmissions are problematic for hospitals nationwide. Gastroenterologist Maged Rizk, MD, has identified which factors increase risk of readmission so the right patients can be more closely monitored.
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This year’s American College of Gastroenterology annual conference will focus on key trends important to your GI practice. Find out what the hot topics are from physicians at Cleveland Clinic
Pain management specialists in Cleveland Clinic’s Chronic Abdominal Pain Clinic use dorsal column stimulation to relieve debilitating abdominal pain.
Physicians trained in endoscopy now have new guidelines to assess, measure and improve their outcomes. The new guidelines update quality indicators published in 2006 and aim to move continuous quality improvement for the entire field of endoscopy forward.