If hepatology is your strong suit, you should do well on this short quiz.
Authors of a new study used data mining techniques to examine the risk associated with PPI use outside of high-risk cohorts.
Proposed mechanisms for the association include PPI-induced acute pH dysregulation and alteration of the gut microbiome.
Questions about this common problem abound in primary care. Stop here for some basic answers.
Cystic pancreatic lesions fall into several categories. Some are indolent and can be followed; others are precancerous.
For a young man with eosinophilic esophagitis, which potential allergen is most likely the cause of his symptoms?
Portal vein thrombosis is often an ominous sign. What next for this patient with HCV cirrhosis?
Psychological stress increased the risk for peptic ulcer regardless of H pylori status or NSAID use, according to results of a new study.
Lactose, fructose, FODMAPs are out. Cashew milk, bok choy, and taro are in. Get more, here, on ins, outs, and newest Rx for IBS.
There are several “do-it-yourself” colon cancer screening tests available. But do any of them approximate the sensitivity of the gold standard colonoscopy?