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HCV-HIV co-infection combination therapy<br> Combination therapy for HCV genotype 1 and HIV co-infection
31 March 2015

This week's issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association examines virologic response following combined ledipasvir and sofosbuvir administration in patients with HCV genotype 1 and HIV co-infection.

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Placement of nasoenteral feeding tubes<br>

Optimal strategy of nasoenteral feeding tube placement

31 March 2015

The latest issue of the Gastrointestinal Endoscopy reviews bedside electromagnetic-guided, endoscopic, and fluoroscopic placement of nasoenteral feeding tubes.

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Hepatic fat and gallbladder polyps<br> Hepatic fat is associated with gallbladder polyps
31 March 2015

The latest issue of the Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology reports that hepatic fat, not visceral fat, is associated with gallbladder polyps.

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Treatment of pediatric IBD<br> Combination therapy in pediatric IBD
30 March 2015

A study in April's issue of the Inflammatory Bowel Diseases evaluates the benefits and risks of combining anti-tumor necrosis factor with immunomodulator therapy in pediatric inflammatory bowel disease.

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Minimally invasive approach in colorectal procedures<br> Minimally invasive approach in complex colorectal procedures
30 March 2015

The most recent issue of the Diseases of the Colon & Rectum examines the advantages of a minimally invasive approach remain in complex colorectal procedures.

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