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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Gastroenterologists
Machines are starting to outperform clinicians
A spate of hyponatremic incidents has been flagged.
The effect was confined to long-term use or high dosage.
It'll help patients avoid frustrating specialist investigation.
Overall reduced risk and no signs of more aggressive tumours in big study.
Researchers say more study is needed on the role of wheat and FODMAPs.
Age and co-morbidities raise risk of revision.
Multiple factors involved.
The drug has a good safety profile.
Statement of concern issued by ASID.
Australian clinicians not “buying into” the approach,
An immunotherapy treatment for peanut allergy in children produces desensitisation that persists for four years,...
Almost half of the patients who are positive for hepatitis C exposure when screened by their GP do not get follow-up...
Australia Gastroenterology Week findings on rapid transit constipation
Dr David Gillespie, a gastroenterologist and federal politician, reflects on his worst day at...
Professor Norton speaks to Clifford Fram about the rapid changes in the speciality.
No need to know a patient's genotype
Pan-genotypic drugs have made treatment easier than ever.
A guide for GPs.
Medical History: Haemorrhoid treatment has come a long way.
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