A study in this month's issue of the Clinical Gastroenterology & Hepatology evaluates the association between Barrett’s esophagus and multimers of an adipose-associated hormone, adiponectin in patients with GERD.
The most recent issue of the Journal of Hepatology evaluates the use of the methacetin breath test to classify the risk of cirrhotic complications and mortality in patients evaluated/listed for liver transplantation.
The most recent Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology evaluates whether treatment with a probiotic changes breath hydrogen response in patients with early rise in breath hydrogen after lactulose, and whether these changes identify patients who may benefit symptomatically from probiotics.
The most recent issue of the Digestive Diseases & Sciences analyzed the exacerbator effect of maladaptive psychological strategies, such as cognitive fusion and brooding, on the relationship between UC symptomatology and depressive symptoms.
A study in December's issue of Clinical Gastroenterology & Hepatology evaluates the effects of concomitant immunomodulator therapy on efficacy and safety of anti–tumor necrosis factor therapy for Crohn’s disease.