Category: GI

Clinical Correlations

A Case of Celiac Disease and Diagnostic Clues

GI 4 min read

Commentary by Josh Olstein MD, Chief Resident NYU Internal Medicine

Mr. J is a 56 year old Caucasian gentleman who presented with complaints of “I just can’t do what I used to be able to do. I just don’t have …

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Meeting Perspectives: Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2007

Commentary by Milini Sahu, MD Fellow, Division of Gastrotenterology, Gina Sam-DeRiggs, Fellow, Division of Gastroenterology, and Michael Poles MD,  Assistant Professor, NYU Division of Gastroenterology and Associate Editor, Clinical Correlations

Close to 17,000 gastroenterologists attended Digestive Disease Week …

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A drug for NASH that may work?

GI Journal Club 2 min read

Commentary By: Sandra D'Angelo, PGY-3

Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a disease in which patients have features of alcoholic hepatitis on liver biopsy without a prior history of significant alcohol consumption and negative hepatitis serologies. It is unclear …

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To Lavage or Not to Lavage?

Clinical Questions GI 5 min read

Case and Commentary by Minisha Sood PGY-3 and Ilseung Cho Fellow, Division of Gastroenterology

The patient is a 57 year-old man with a past history of hypetension, hyperlipidemia, hepatitis B/C cirrhosis and coronary artery disease status/post a non-st-elevation mi in August 2006, during …

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