A New Protocol for Endoscopic Pancreatic Function Tests in Children
After realizing that testing methods varied widely, pediatric gastroenterologists are suggesting a uniform approach to ensure an accurate assessment of pancreatic function.
Development of Innovative Scoring Systems for Sickness and Tissue Damage From Clostridium difficile Colitis
Researchers from Nationwide Children’s Hospital use a collaborative approach to combat a serious health care threat.
Why Wrestling Through the Logistical Challenges of a Multidisciplinary Colorectal Center Matters.
The procedure accurately and noninvasively measures liver fibrosis, showing potential as a method to monitor liver disease.
A recently piloted nutrition curriculum improves knowledge and confidence in this often-overlooked and highly variable domain of pediatric gastroenterology fellowships.
Gastroenterologists are no strangers to the link between the brain and the gut. Patients are more likely to experience disease flares, increased inflammation and poor health-related quality of life during periods of stress.
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