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Long-term view for chronic pancreatitis | ACP Internist

Unlike acute cases of pancreatitis, chronic cases present with varying degrees and types of pain, and without other clinical indicators such as calcification or damage to pancreatic ducts. It's best to refer to a gastroenterologist early to clarify

Drug options available for opioid-induced constipation | Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 News | ACP Internist

Four FDA-approved drugs for opioid-induced constipation form the backbone of treatment, with more options in the research pipeline.

ACP's Ethics Manual spurs debate about costs of health care : ACP Internist

I regard myself as a spirited patient advocate. (What doctor doesn't?) When facing a patient, I try to focus entirely on the patient's inter...

Digestive Disease Week: Colorectal cancer detection : ACP Internist

Digestive Disease Week is underway in Chicago this week, and our correspondent Paula Katz will be dispatching news from the meeting over the...

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Are Plavix and PPI medicines safe together? The surrogate marker strikes again! : ACP Internist

When the medical press seizes a story, it can become an obsession. Any physician who is reading any journal is aware of the reported interac...

A defense of proton-pump inhibitors | ACP Internist

Data on their risks may seem persuasive, but one expert is not convinced.

QD: News Every Day--Much more practice needed to do colonoscopies correctly : ACP Internist

Much more practice is needed than gastroenterological professional societies currently recommend, concluded Mayo Clinic researchers in Roche...

High-value management of patients with GI symptoms | ACP Internist

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, rectal bleeding, and chronic diarrhea can be controlled better by applying high-value care.

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