Changing paradigms in management of inflammatory bowel disease
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by Ren Mao, Fernando Magro
2d ago
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Inflammatory bowel disease cross‐sectional imaging: What's new?
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by Yang‐di Wang, Ruo‐nan Zhang, Ren Mao, Xue‐hua Li
4d ago
Abstract Cross-sectional imaging—ultrasonography, computed tomography enterography, and magnetic resonance enterography—is a routine and indispensable tool for patients with Crohn's disease (CD) that helps to detect or monitor disease characteristics before, during, and after CD treatment. New emerging radiological technologies may have further clinical applications in the management of CD. In this review article, we focus on the latest developments in cross-sectional imaging in CD research, including its role in intra- and extra-luminal lesion detection, intestinal inflammation and fibrosis ..read more
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Gastric cancer detection by non‐blood‐based liquid biopsies: A systematic review looking into the last decade of research
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by Catarina Lopes, Jéssica Chaves, Raquel Ortigão, Mário Dinis‐Ribeiro, Carina Pereira
5d ago
Abstract Gastric cancer (GC) screening is arguable in most Western countries. Liquid biopsies are a great promise to answer the unmet need for less invasive diagnostic biomarkers in GC. Thus, we aimed at systematically reviewing the current knowledge on liquid biopsy-based biomarkers in GC screening. A systematic search on PubMed/MEDLINE and Scopus databases was performed on published articles reporting the use of non-blood specimen (saliva, gastric juice [GJ], urine and stool) on GC diagnosis. 3208 records were retrieved by June 2022. After removal of duplicate records, 2379 abstracts were sc ..read more
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German guideline diverticular disease/diverticulitis
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by Wolfgang Kruis, Christoph‐Thomas Germer, Stephan Böhm, Franz Ludwig Dumoulin, Thomas Frieling, Jochen Hampe, Jutta Keller, Martin E. Kreis, Alexander Meining, Joachim Labenz, Johann F. Lock, Jörg Peter Ritz, Andreas G. Schreyer, Ludger Leifeld, for the German Society of Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases (DGVS) and the German Society of General and Visceral Surgery (DGAV) (AWMF‐Register 021‐20)
5d ago
Abstract Diverticulosis and diverticular disease are ranked among the most common gastroenterological diseases and conditions. While for many years diverticulitis was found to be mainly an event occurring in the elder population, more recent work in epidemiology demonstrates increasing frequency in younger subjects. In addition, there is a noticeable trend towards more complicated disease. This may explain the significant increase in hospitalisations observed in recent years. It is not a surprise that the number of scientific studies addressing the clinical and socioeconomic consequences in th ..read more
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Post‐pancreatitis diabetes mellitus is common in chronic pancreatitis and is associated with adverse outcomes
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by Ana Dugic, Hannes Hagström, Ingrid Dahlman, Wiktor Rutkowski, Diana Daou, Paula Kulinski, J.‐Matthias Löhr, Miroslav Vujasinovic
6d ago
Abstract Background Post-pancreatitis diabetes mellitus (PPDM) is a common consequence of chronic pancreatitis (CP). We aimed to determine the incidence and predictors of PPDM after CP onset, as well as complications and antidiabetic therapy requirements, in a high-volume tertiary center. Methods We did a cohort study with retrospectively collected data from patients with definite CP seen at the Karolinska University Hospital between January 1999 and December 2020. Cause-specific Cox regression analysis was used to assess PPDM predictors. To estimate risk of complications and need for therapy ..read more
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Young GI angle: Networking in gastroenterology—How to expand your possibilities with the UEG?
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by Michał Żorniak, Enrique de‐Madaria
6d ago
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Between progress and changing times: The journey of UEG Education Committee's chair
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by Charles D. Murray
6d ago
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Career beasts and how to cope with them: From toxic workplace culture to healthy competition
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by Cătălina Vlăduț, Omar Elshaarawy, Dina Tiniakos
1w ago
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UEG journal's editorial team
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by Joost P. H. Drenth, Katarzyna M. Pawlak
1w ago
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5G‐based remote magnetically controlled capsule endoscopy for examination of the stomach and small bowel
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by Ting Zhang, Yi‐Zhi Chen, Xi Jiang, Chen He, Jun Pan, Wei Zhou, Jian‐Ping Hu, Zhuan Liao, Zhao‐Shen Li
2w ago
Abstract Background and aims Remote endoscopy can improve diagnostic efficiency of gastrointestinal (GI) diseases for patients in remote areas. A novel remote magnetically controlled capsule endoscopy (MCE) system based on a 5G network was developed for real-time remote GI examinations. We aimed to evaluate the feasibility and safety of the 5G-based remote MCE for examination of the stomach and small bowel. Methods This was a prospective, nonrandomized, comparative study. Consecutive participants enrolled in the First People's Hospital of Yinchuan underwent remote MCE examinations performed by ..read more
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