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21 Nocturnal acid breakthrough: consequences and confronting
Maria Mylonaki, F. Georgopoulos, K. Triantafillidis,,
SUMMARY Nocturnal Acid Breakthrough is defined as the appearance of gastric acid in the antrum of pH
2007-03-19
22 Pancreatic Involvement in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
E. Merikas,
In this paper we review the existing data concerning the incidence, pathogenesis, clinical picture, management and longterm outcome of patients with IBD who developed acute or chronic pancreatitis bef...
2010-04-13
23 Preoperative staging of esophageal and gastric carcinoma
Triantafillidis J., . Cherakakis P., Argyros N.,,
2007-03-19
24 The role of antibiotics in inflammatory bowel disease
J.K. Triantafillidis Aikaterini Triantafillidis,
Antibiotics are the mainstay of therapy for patients with Crohn’s disease who present with localized peritonitis due to a microperforation and bacterial overgrowth secondary to chronic strictures. The...
2008
25 The role of diet in the prevention of colorectal cancer: Current aspects
V.Th. Karagianni J.K. Triantafillidis,
Colorectal cancer is mainly a disease of high-income countries, where overall rates are nearly four times higher than in middle- to low-income countries. T his cancer accounts for somewhat over 9 per ...
2009-07-10
26 The role of wireless capsule endoscopy in gastrointestinal polyposis syndromes
S.S. Goulas,
Patients with hereditary gastrointestinal polyposis syndromes frequently develop polypoid lesions in the small bowel and are at increased risk for small bowel malignancy. In this setting small bowel s...
2010-07-09
27 Treatment of H. pylori infection: Current recommendations
Rokkas, T.,
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) was isolated twenty years ago, and since then a significant volume of literature concerning it's significance for gastric and extragastric pathology has been produced. ...
2007-03-19
28 Εndoscopic Sedation: The Anaesthesiologist’s Perspective
V. Grosomanidis,
Endoscopic procedures, either diagnostic or therapeutic are stressful and sometimes painful to the patient, regardless of the endoscopist’s skill and the diameter of the scope used. In recent years, a...
2010-01-07