It is thought that dysregulation of the gut microbiome could cause increased production of pro-inflammatory toxins that can predispose patients to the development of UC.
The lack of standardized diet and exercise recommendations across NAFLD/NASH clinical trials has posed a significant challenge in understanding their impact.
Texture analysis of CT scan images may provide useful quantitative information to aid in differentiating between several types of gastrointestinal lesions.
A timeline for fecal viral shedding of COVID-19 has been published in Gastroenterology.
Researchers identified abdominal pain, low serum carbohydrate antigen (CA) 19.9 levels, and absence of mass on imaging as independent predictors of benign lesions in patients with proximal biliary strictures (PBS), as indicated by study data published in HPB. According to the researchers, the aforementioned risk factors may be used to differentiate benign lesions from perihilar…