Addressing Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease as it challenges Hepatitis C as the most common reason for end stage liver disease and liver transplantation.
The number of patients diagnosed with IBD is accelerating, so much so that it is quickly moving towards a global disease.
Understanding the evolving pathophysiology of IBS and the effects on modern day diagnosis and treatment of IBS.
When patients fear food: the nutritional implications of IBD
Addressing the misunderstanding that constipation is more than just infrequent bowel movements.
GERD is more than heartburn and not all heartburn is GERD. Joan Chen, MD, MS, talks about GERD, the typical and atypical symptoms, the work-up for suspected GERD and medical management.
D. Kim Turgeon, MD, discusses screening and surveillance for colorectal cancer in average vs. high risk populations.
Ryan Stidham, MD, provides an overview of telehealth and its current limitations, its feasibility and reimbursement, and the infrastructure needs and legal considerations during implementation and maintenance in a clinical setting.