Florida Gastroenterological Society
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Monthly Archives: October 2019

VIDEO: Anti-TNF use by pregnant women with IBD increases preeclampsia risk

SAN ANTONIO — In this exclusive video from the American College of Gastroenterology Annual Meeting, Sunanda V. Kane, MD, aREAD MORE ›

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VIDEO: Low-volume colonoscopy prep Plenvu well tolerated by patients

SAN ANTONIO — In this exclusive video from the American College of Gastroenterology Annual Meeting, Brooks D. Cash, MD, FACG,READ MORE ›

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VIDEO: National Liver Conference covers new, underused therapies for liver disease

SAN ANTONIO — In this exclusive video from the National Liver Conference 2019, Stephen A. Harrison, MD, medical director ofREAD MORE ›

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‘We are learning from this’: After death of FMT recipient, a warning about screening

In June, the FDA issued a safety alert after two patients who had received investigational fecal microbiota transplants in twoREAD MORE ›

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Autoimmune liver disease requires lifelong monitoring as presentation may change

SAN ANTONIO — At this year’s National Liver Congress, Gideon M. Hirschfield, MD, presented real-life cases of patients with primaryREAD MORE ›

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VIDEO: Patients in HBV viral ‘gray zone’ may benefit from treatment

SAN ANTONIO — In this exclusive video from the National Liver Conference 2019, Robert S. Brown, MD, from the WeillREAD MORE ›

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Inconsistent, inaccurate information hinders medical cannabis’ potential to ‘revolutionize’ health, wellness

NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. — The full impact of legalizing medicinal cannabis in some parts of the U.S. is hindered byREAD MORE ›

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Opioids linked with rectal hyposensitivity in patients with chronic constipation

SAN ANTONIO — Recent opioid use was an independent risk factor for rectal hyposensitivity and defecation dysfunction in patients withREAD MORE ›

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Money from opioid lawsuit settlements ‘will never be enough’ to manage crisis

Recently, two Ohio counties settled with opioid distributors AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson for $215 million in cash just hoursREAD MORE ›

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WATS brush effective for upper GI biopsies

SAN ANTONIO — Biopsies using a wide-area transepithelial sampling brush helped diagnose intestinal metaplasia in patients with no prior history,READ MORE ›

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