2020 · Podcast

GI Pearls ā€“ June 2020 ā€“ Episode 41 Gastroenterology Literature Review

Show notes for Episodes 41 – June 2020

  1. Discrepancy between self-reported and actual colonoscopy polypectomy practices for the removal of small polyps – GIE
  2. AGA Guidelines on the management of Moderate to Severe Ulcerative Colitis – Gastro 
  3. Resistance training increases muscle strength and muscle size in patients with liver cirrhosis. – CGH
  4. Reduced incidence of Hepatic encephalopathy and higher odds of resolutions associated with eradication of HCV – CGH
  5. Ammonia Levels do not guide clinical management of patients with hepatic encephalopathy caused by cirrhosis. – Am J Gastro
  6. Low-Value Levels: Ammonia Testing Does not Improve the Outcomes of HE. – Am J Gastro
  7. Young adults and metachronous neoplasia: risks for future advanced adenomas and large serrated polyps compared with older adults – GIE
  8. Changing patters in the epidemiology and outcomes of IBD in the UK – 2000-2018 – AP&T 
  9. Use of Fecal Occult Blood Testing as a Diagnostic Tool for Clinical Indications: SRMA – Am J Gastro
  10. Low incidence of aerodigestive cancers in patients with negative results from colonoscopies, regardless of findings from stool DNA tests. – CGH 
  11. Endoscopic retrieval of magnetic foreign body ingestions with  a nasal bridle: description of a novel technique – GIE
  12. Underwater versus conventinal endoscopic resection of nondiminutive nonpedunculated colorectal lesions: RCT – GIE
  13. Cancer Prevention With Aspirin in Hereditary Colorectal Cancer (Lynch Syndrome), 10-year Follow-Up – Lancet
  14. AGA and Allergy Immunology Guidelines for EOE – Gastro