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71 Prevention of gastric cancer: diet modifications
V. Karagianni J.K. Triantafillidis,
According to the available evidence a probable protective role of vegetables, especially allium vegetables, and fruit consumption against gastric cancer risk probably exist. It also seems probable tha...
72 Prevention of post ERCP pancreatitis:An overview
Georgia. Lazaraki P. Katsinelos,
Therapeutic ERCP has become an accepted interventional method for both biliary and pancreatic diseases despite complications. Post-ERCP pancreatitis, a complication associated to the technique and the...
73 Prokinetic agents: current aspects with focus on cisapride
Georgiadis T., . Markantonis-Kyroudis S., . Triantafillidis J.,,
SUMMARY Prokinetic agents are substances which, through various mechanisms, stimulate gastrointestinal motor activity, e.g. cholinergic agonists, macrolide antibiotics (such as erythromycin), dopamine...
74 Quality of health care in inflammatory bowel disease and its assessment
A.G. Pallis,, I.A. Mouzas,
SUMMARY Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are consistently high users of health care services. They need continuous medication, frequent follow up visits, while their life expectancy is n...
75 Recent Trends in the Immune Response against Hepatitis C Virus
Grammatikos, E. Giannoulis, A.P.,
Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) represents a viral pandemic infecting 170 million people worldwide, 80% of whom develop persistent infection and approximately 20% cirrhosis. HCV is present in numerous quasisp...
76 Sedation in Gastrointestinal Endoscopies [Part 1]
Maria M. Manolaraki Charalampos Stroumpos Gregorios A . Paspatis,
Endoscopy, both of the upper and the lower gastrointestinal tract remains difficult and sometimes painful procedures to be performed with the patients fully awaken. On the other hand, sedation and ana...
77 Sedation in Gastrointestinal endoscopy Part 2
M.M. Manolaraki Ch. Stroumpos G.A. Paspatis,
Best sedation practices for interventional gastrointestinal endoscopy involve the consideration of many patients’ factors, including age, medical history, clinical status, level of anxiety as well as ...
78 Serrated polyps of right colon: guilty or innocent?
Michalopoulos, George; Gastroenterology Department, Tzaneio, General Hospital of Piraeus Tzathas, Ch...
In recent years a lot of interest has been focused on a specific category of polyps, the so-called serrated polyps which until recently were categorized with the hyperplastic or mixed polyps and were ...
79 Small bowel tumors
Xynopoulos D., Mihas A.A., Paraskevas E., Dimitroulopoulos D., Heuman D.M., Mihas A.A.,,
SUMMARY Small intestinal neoplasms are uncommonly encountered in clinical practice. Small intestinal neoplasms may occur sporadically, or in association with genetic diseases such as familial adenomat...
80 Somatostatinoma syndrome
Economopoulos P., Christopoulos C.,,
SUMMARY Somatostatinomas are extremely rare functioning endocrine tumors of the gastrointestinal tract, occurring with almost equal frequency in the pancreas (mainly in the head) and duodenum (periamp...