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Increased use of fecal immunochemical tests pandemic could mitigate concerns about lower rates of colonoscopy during the COVID-19, research indicates.
According to Dermot McGovern, MD, gastroenterologists are already practicing precision medicine in caring for patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Read on for more of his presentation at the Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases virtual regional meeting April 16.
PIANO is a landmark study and registry developed to follow the effects of treatment for inflammatory bowel disease among women during pregnancy and their children following birth. Principal investigator Uma Mahadevan, MD, from the University of California San Francisco, answered some questions about this important research project.
William Sandborn, MD, from the University of California San Diego, the use of algorithms based on the results of meta-analyses of trials to position first- and second-line therapeutic agents to achieve the best outcomes in caring for patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
At the Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases virtual regional meeting April 16, Uma Mahadevan, MD, highlighted the safety and efficacy of ustekinumab for IBD care, and noted that new interleukin inhibitors are soon to come.
A photoacoustic microscopy and ultrasound system paired with a deep learning model showed high diagnostic performance and potential for optimizing post-treatment among patients who have completed radiation and chemotherapy for rectal cancer, new research shows.
Researchers investigated whether eliminating cow’s milk protein alone in young patients with eosinophilic esophagitis proves effective in symptom reduction.
Research reveals possible association of colorectal cancers and genetic predictions in circulating micronutrients in some populations.
SARS-CoV-2 infection is associated with a significantly increased 30-day mortality rate in patients hospitalized with acute pancreatitis.
New research reveals that both aspirin and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer--and together, these medications confer a greater protective effect.