Clinicians and researchers are rethinking the creatinine levels at which physicians should become concerned about renal dysfunction in cirrhotic patients.
The ASGE Clinical Symposium schedule kicks into high gear this afternoon.
The rapidly evolving U.S. health-care system has proved liberating for some and confusing for others, putting many on the fast track to a muddled overall experience.
During the final SSAT Controversies in GI Surgery session this afternoon, a panel of experts will debate two controversial topics.
Shortened life expectancy and increasing health-care expenditures are just two factors that have led to a growing body of obesity research.
SSAT’s popular case-based Clinical Ward Rounds sessions return to DDW® today.
A new AGA session on Monday will showcase numerous clinical quality improvement projects conceived, designed, implemented and reported by GI fellows.
ASGE Special Interest Groups (SIGs) reflect the evolution of the field of gastrointestinal endoscopy over the past few decades.
Simple ideas can have a dramatic impact in clinical practice.
When it comes to diseases of the upper GI tract, few clinicians can match the experience and skill of our Chinese colleagues