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Is the Sars‐CoV‐2 virus a possible trigger agent for the development of achalasia?
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by Janette Furuzawa‐Carballeda, María E. Icaza‐Chávez, Diana Aguilar‐León, Norma Uribe‐Uribe, María C. Nuñez‐Pompa, Alonso Trigos‐Díaz, Rodrigo Areán‐Sanz, Dheni A. Fernández‐Camargo, Enrique Coss‐Adame, Miguel A. Valdovinos, Eduardo Briceño‐Souza, Luis A. Chi‐Cervera, Miriam Olivares‐Flores, Gonzalo Torres‐Villalobos
5d ago
SARS-CoV-2 and its receptor are expressed in the lower esophageal sphincter of achalasia patients who posteriorly had COVID-19. It suggests that SARS-CoV-2 could be a trigger agent for the development of achalasia through the imbalance between effector CD4 T cells and the regulatory mechanisms. Abstract Background Achalasia is an autoimmune disease whose probable causal agent is a neurotropic virus that chronically infects the myenteric plexus of the esophagus and induces the disease in a genetically susceptible host. The association between achalasia and coronaviruses has not been reported ..read more
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Artificial intelligence facilitates measuring reflux episodes and postreflux swallow‐induced peristaltic wave index from impedance‐pH studies in patients with reflux disease
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by Ming‐Wun Wong, Min‐Xiang Liu, Wei‐Yi Lei, Tso‐Tsai Liu, Chih‐Hsun Yi, Jui‐Sheng Hung, Shu‐Wei Liang, Lin Lin, Chiu‐Wang Tseng, Jen‐Hung Wang, Ping‐An Wu, Chien‐Lin Chen
5d ago
Inter-rater agreements between artificial intelligence (AI) and manual interpretations achieved excellent for individual numbers of reflux episodes and postreflux swallow-induced peristaltic wave (PSPW): Intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) was 0.965 and 0.921, respectively. Abstract Background/Aim Reflux episodes and postreflux swallow-induced peristaltic wave (PSPW) index are useful impedance parameters that can augment the diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). However, manual analysis of pH-impedance tracings is time consuming, resulting in limited use of these novel im ..read more
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Effects of dexmedetomidine on pharyngeal swallowing and esophageal motility—A double‐blind randomized cross‐over study in healthy volunteers
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by Per Cajander, Taher Omari, Anders Magnuson, Harry Scheinin, Mika Scheinin, Johanna Savilampi
5d ago
Dexmedetomidine, like other sedatives, induces effects on pharyngeal swallowing and esophageal motility, which should be taken into account in clinical patient management and also when a sedative agent for procedural sedation or for manometric examination is to be chosen. Abstract Background Sedative agents increase the risk of pulmonary aspiration, where an intact swallowing function is an important defense mechanism. Dexmedetomidine is an α2-adrenoceptor agonist widely used during procedural sedation due to beneficial properties with minimal respiratory effects. The effects of dexmedetomid ..read more
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Issue Information
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Neurogastroenterology &Motility, Volume 34, Issue 12, December 2022 ..read more
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Front cover C1: The cover image is based on the Original Article 5xFAD mice do not have myenteric amyloidosis, dysregulation of neuromuscular transmission or gastrointestinal dysmotility by Narayana Krishna Yelleswarapu et al., https://doi.org/10.1111/nmo.14439 ..read more
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Benefit of extending the protocol for high resolution manometry according to the version 4.0 of the Chicago criteria. A multicenter study
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by Luis G. Alcalá‐González, Alberto Ezquerra‐Duran, Ariadna Aguilar, Claudia Barber, Elizabeth Barba, Isis K. Araujo, Ingrid Marin, Juan Naves, Jordi Serra
1w ago
The new protocol of HRM recommended by CC4.0. prolongs the exploration by 7 ± 4 min, and produces a change in the final diagnosis in 12% on patients, mainly an increment in normal motility, and a reduction in ineffective esophageal motility, and esophagogastric junction outlet obstruction. Abstract Background The last version of the Chicago Criteria for high resolution esophageal manometry proposes an expanded protocol including complementary maneuvers to improve the diagnostic yield of the exploration. Our aim was to determine the diagnostic gain of the CCv4.0 protocol compared to ..read more
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Treatment outcomes in patients with globus: A randomized control trial of psychoeducation, neuromodulators, and proton pump inhibitors
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by Natthanan Poovipirom, Woraphat Ratta‐apha, Monthira Maneerattanaporn, Tanawat Geeratragool, Pritsana Chuenprapai, Somchai Leelakusolvong
1w ago
This study aimed to demonstrate the benefit of PPI, NMD, and CBT-based psychoeducation in patients with globus symptom. The result showed both CBT-based psychoeducation and NMD provided equally effective treatment and were better than PPI in patients with globus. Abstract Background Globus is a persistent or intermittent nonpainful sensation of a lump or foreign body, which markedly affect patient's quality of life. Treatment options for globus are limited and unsatisfying. This study aims to compare the effects of cognitive-behavioral-theory-based psychoeducation (CBT), neuromodulators (NMD ..read more
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Introducing the Journal's new Editors' team
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by Stephen Vanner
1w ago
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A novel MRI‐based three‐dimensional model of stomach volume, surface area, and geometry in response to gastric filling and emptying
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by Davide Bertoli, Esben Bolvig Mark, Donghua Liao, Christina Brock, Jens Brøndum Frøkjær, Asbjørn Mohr Drewes
2w ago
This study presents a three-dimensional stomach model able to report volume and surface data and describe the distribution of the gastric wall tension, volume, and surface. The method was able to provide insights into both gastric emptying and accommodation in different gastric compartments. Abstract Background Gastric motility and accommodation have a critical role in maintaining normal gastrointestinal homeostasis. Different modalities can be adopted to quantify those processes, that is, scintigraphy to measure emptying time and intragastric Barostat for accommodation assessment. However ..read more
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