Female and URM physicians incur these experiences at disproportionately higher rates compared to white males and it’s important to raise awareness and take steps to mitigate these occurrences.Read More
New research indicates that combined liver transplant and cardiac surgery may be feasible in highly selected patients, and Cleveland Clinic physicians have created an algorithm to better identify which patients could benefit most.
Standardized and collaborative care helps a team of liver specialists and intensivists improve and perform more liver transplantations.
Collaboration between departments, better patient education and developing interventions are key to reversing this trend.
It’s important to not just be able to recognize and treat food allergies, but gastroenterologists also have a responsibility to address common food allergy misconceptions.
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As patients and physicians turn to AI language models for answers, it’s important to recognize their limitations when it comes to healthcare and research.
New research emphasizes raising awareness of the association between celiac disease and several women’s health disorders, and the findings reinforce the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to care.
Findings suggest that underlying inflammation may be the cause of increased rates of CV events for patients with IBD.
Findings from a 2023 ASCRS presentation indicate that both 2-stage and modified 2-stage approaches are viable management strategies for Crohn’s patients who require a temporary ileostomy.
Laparoscopic living donor hepatectomy (LDH) with a left-lobe graft (LLG) for living donor liver transplantation (LDLT) is beneficial for both donors and recipients —findings that could influence the liver transplant landscape.
Results from a large cohort, retrospective analysis indicate that anastomotic leaks may not occur as frequently as previously reported.