GERD IN THE 21st CENTURYIntroduction to a New Series
GERD IN THE 21st CENTURY, SERIES #1Clinical Spectrum of GERD
Dr. Castell writes that usually, only those GERD patients with persistent symptoms or complications are seen by the gastroenterologist or gastrointestinal surgeon and that it is of critical importance that all physicians who manage these patients be educated as to the nuture of GERD and its treatment.
A SPECIAL ARTICLEImmunospecific Therapy in IBD: Rationale and Practical Application
The authors give a review of IBD-related immunology and the rationale for and clinical use of anti-tumor necrosis factor (TNF) therapies for IBD. Also covered is the potential of anti-TNF agents in a variety of immune-mediated inflammatory disorders, (I.M.I.D.s).
NUTRITION ISSUES IN GASTROENTEROLOGY, SERIES #13Bezoars: From Mystical Charms to Medical and Nutritional Management
Doctor Sanders states that the occurrence of bezoars is well documented in humans, but that the diagnosis, management and treatment remains a difficult task for patients and healthcare professionals. He gives the history and classification of bezoars. He also gives the symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis and treatment.
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