In an interview with Gastroenterology Consultant, Mark Gromski, MD, discussed the importance of the FDA’s recent clearance of the first disposable duodenoscope and how the clearance can impact clinical practice.
In this commentary, Vrinda Bhardwaj, MD, from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, highlights dietary strategies and challenges for the management of eosinophilic esophagitis in children.
Jordan Watson, MD, from Thomas Jefferson University, discusses the importance of early acid suppression in young children and its effect on bone health later in life.
In this commentary, Brian E. Lacy, MD, PhD, from the Mayo Clinic, describes an holistic approach for managing IBS, how gastroenterologists can approach discussing psychological therapeutic options with their patients, and more.
In this commentary, Nirupama N. Bonthala, MD, explains common concerns patients have about IBD during pregnancy and how gastroenterologists can approach them.
In this Editorial, Consultant360 board member Alan Lucerna reflects on a 1990 Brief Consultation article relating to chronic diarrhea, discusses how it’s affected his life and practice, and addresses the gaps still seen in practice.
In this commentary, Nirupama N. Bonthala, MD, from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, highlights important topics gastroenterologists can address with patients with IBD who are pregnant or considering pregnancy.
In this commentary, Dr Miguel Regueiro from Cleveland Clinic highlights potential adverse effects of biologics that should be considered when selecting the ideal treatment for a patient with inflammatory bowel disease.
The American Gastroenterological Association believes gastroenterologists should play more of a role in obesity treatment, suggesting they are in a “unique position to lead the care team.”
Gastroenterologist and physician nutrition specialist Maitreyi Raman, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Medical Director of Nutrition Services at University of Calgary, Canada, spoke with Consultant360 about what clinicians need to know when prescribing the low FODMAP diet for their patients.