A team of investigators conducted a comprehensive search of several databases to identify the prevalence of gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with COVID-19 infection.
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Authors published a review on current endoscopic risk management of early colorectal carcinoma (T1) and Western perspectives on endoscopic and surgical resection methods.
Proton pump inhibitors are used inappropriately in approximately 40% of outpatients, indicating limited attention to guidelines.
Use of 10-kHz spinal cord stimulation can provide durable pain relief and improve quality of life in patients with intractable chronic abdominal pain.
High sarcopenia levels appear to be negatively associated with overall survival in male patients with esophageal carcinoma treated with upfront chemoradiotherapy.
COVID-19 screening questionnaires may be effective in identifying high risk patients.
Variation in fecal calprotectin levels after ileocolonic resection is an accurate predictor of early endoscopic POR in patients with Crohn’s disease.
The majority of patients reported a willingness to undergo elective endoscopic procedures during the reopening period of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a substantial decrease in endoscopy services in Hong Kong, which has been led to significant delays in the diagnosis of GI cancers.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of North American gastroenterology institutions have implemented changes to clinical practice.