Stomach and Small Bowel Diseases and Disorders

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Leaders in the field sharing authoritative insights and institutional best practices.
Drs Lacy and Lebwohl conclude their podcast series with a conversation about the long-term consequences of uncontrolled celiac disease.
In this podcast, Dr Brian Lacy and Dr Monia Werlang discuss the misconceptions about eating disorders, gastrointestinal manifestations, and the importance of including mental health professionals in a multidisciplinary approach to treatment.
Drs Lacy and Lebwohl continue their podcast series with a discussion on the gluten-free diet and its importance in controlling celiac disease.
Dr Lacy, from Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, and Dr Lebwohl, from the Celiac Disease Research Center at Columbia University, continue their discussion on celiac disease, focusing on testing and biopsy to confirm the diagnosis.
In this podcast, Brian Lacy, MD, of the Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville, and Benjamin Lebwohl, MD, of Columbia University Medical Center in New York, discuss the prevalence of celiac disease, the importance--and challenges--of adhering to a gluten-free diet, the rise of gluten or wheat sensitivity, and more. This podcast is the first in a series.
Dr Lacy, professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, discusses the causes and treatment of abdominal distention and bloating.
In this flashback commentary, Dr Alan Lucerna reflects on an article published in the 1961 issue of Consultant.
He talks about the American College of Gastroenterology's new clinical guideline on small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), how the guideline attempts to clear up the controversies around diagnosis and treatment of SIBO, and more.
A research team recently reviewed guidelines developed by expert groups in Europe, Canada, and the United States for the treatment of H pylori infection. Lead author Carlo A. Fallone, MD, from McGill University Health Center, answered our questions.
Vanessa Weisbrod, BA, CA, from Children’s National Hospital, answers our questions about her research that determined whether using the same kitchen appliances and utensils for gluten-free and gluten-containing foods creates a higher risk of gluten exposure for people with celiac disease.
She discusses her study that evaluated internalized stigma in adults with eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders, evidence-based psychological interventions that are beneficial in reducing this stigma, and more.