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Using Artificial Intelligence to Assess Ulcerative Colitis

Researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) have developed an artificial intelligence system that effectively evaluates endoscopic mucosal findings from patients with ulcerative colitis without the need for biopsy collection.
Assessments of patients with ulcerative colitis (UC), which is a type of inflammatory bowel disease, are usually conducted via endoscopy and histology. But now, researchers from Japan have developed a system that may be more accurate than existing methods and may reduce the need for these patients to undergo invasive medical procedures. In a study published this February in Gastroenterology, researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) have revealed a newly developed artificial intelligence (AI) system that can evaluate endoscopic findings of UC with an accuracy equivalent to that of expert endoscopists.
Accurate evaluations are critical in providing optimal care for patients wi…
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Common Digestive Disorders

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) 
Heartburn happens, but if it occurs regularly, you may need to be evaluated for GERD. A medical provider can often diagnose GERD based on a description of symptoms alone, but if the problem has been ongoing for some time, additional diagnostic testing may be necessary to evaluate if the disease has caused damage to the esophagus. GERD most often presents as heartburn, but uncontrolled GERD can erode the lining of the esophagus and lead to bleeding. The condition can also cause pain in the chest so extreme that it is sometimes mistaken for a heart attack. Controlling GERD usually begins with simple lifestyle changes, including avoiding food for at least two hours before bedtime. Over-the-counter remedies can also provide some short-term relief for occasional heartburn, but for chronic or serious GERD, a prescription medication or even surgery may be necessary.
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Healthy child makes healthy Nation
Functional gastrointestinal disorders are common in children and adolescents with complaints of abdominal pain. The most common pediatric functional GI condition is functional abdominal pain. Children with this disorder usually experience recurrent pain in the middle of the abdomen. When the abdominal pain or discomfort is relieved by stooling or is connected with a change in the frequency or consistency of the stool, we call that irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Patients with this condition can have mucus (but not blood) in the stool and feel and look bloated.
When the pain is in the upper abdomen and not related to stool changes, the term “functional dyspepsia” is used. If the child is taking medications called “NSAIDs” also known as NSAID medications, it may be reduce the pain. Treatments for functional gastrointestinal disorders differ based on what symptom is affecting the patient the most. Parenteral nutrition may be prescribed for children who …
Video Capsule Endoscopy Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD), utilizes a camera appended to a long adaptable tube to see the upper bit of the gastrointestinal tract, in particular the oesophagus, the stomach and the start of the initial segment of the small digestive tract called the duodenum, and a colonoscope, embedded through the rectum, can see the colon and the distal bit of the small digestive system, the terminal ileum, be that as it may, these two kinds of endoscopy can't envision most of the center segment of the small digestive tract. Case endoscopy is utilized to inspect portions of the gastrointestinal tract that can't be seen with different kinds of endoscopy. It is helpful when infection is suspected in the small digestive system, and can once in a while be utilized to discover the site of gastrointestinal draining or the reason for unexplained stomach torment, for example, Crohn's ailment. In any case, dissimilar to EGD or colonoscopy it can't be utilized t…

Gastroenterology 2020

2nd International Conference on Gastroenterology and Hepatology April 23 -24, 2020 | Paris, France

Welcome to the 2nd International Conference on Gastroenterology and Hepatology Conference. We are excited to announce that Gastroenterology 2020 will be held in Paris, France on April 23-24, 2020. The conference brings together Academicians, professionals, Hospitals, Industrial delegates from around the world to discuss cutting-edge research. We welcome all of you to attend the Keynotes lectures, Plenaries, Workshop, Oral presentations, Posters/Video presentation. We truly hope you will find the conference worthwhile and you will benefit from this esteemed event. Gastroenterology 2020 will be a great opportunity for everyone attending to enrich their professional network.
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