Higher Rates of Serrated Polyp Detection Linked to Reduced Risk of Postcolonoscopy Colorectal Cancer
A recent study reveals that improved detection of clinically significant serrated polyps and traditional serrated adenomas is associated with lower rates of colorectal cancer.
A recent study concluded that minimally invasive techniques are associated with better outcomes for patients who undergo emergent colorectal surgery. The study also identified factors that may account for the disparity in the use of these techniques for emergent operations compared with elective surgeries.
Looking at data points measured from 2019–2022, gastroenterologists are in high demand.
Bariatric surgery is the most effective option for sustained obesity treatment. However, new research published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces may offer a promising minimally invasive alternative for those unable or...
New guidelines have lowered the recommended starting age for colorectal cancer screening. One expert says clinicians need to do more to increase screening access and compliance while ensuring no patient population is left behind.
Recent trials and studies have led to promising insights and new options for the management and treatment of GERD for some patients.
Key milestones have shaped our knowledge of the gut microbiota and its role in human health.
A retrospective analysis shows that steroid-sparing therapy helps prevent perianal fistulizing complications by nearly 60%.
Endoscopic submucosal dissection was shown to be highly effective at removing superficial gastric tumors and is a viable option for patients around the globe.
In 2015, 1.3% of U.S. adults — around 3 million people — had diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
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