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Do I Have Gastroparesis or GERD?

Symptoms of gastroparesis can mirror those of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Learn the difference here.

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Gastroparesis Awareness Month Calls for Action in August

August is Gastroparesis Awareness Month, an opportunity to learn more about the causes and symptoms of this digestive motility disorder.

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Methylene Blue Dye Could Increase Colonoscopy Effectiveness

Using a methylene blue dye tablet during a colonoscopy can boost a gastroenterologist’s Adenoma Detection Rate (ADR) by almost 9 percent, a study finds.

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Endocuff Device May Help GI Doctors Find More Colon Polyps

Two studies published in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy suggest that a new device called the Endocuff could boost a gastroenterologist’s ability to detect precancerous polyps called adenomas.

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Withdrawal Time, Cecal Intubation Rate Matters for Quality Colonoscopy

Besides a GI Doctor’s Adenoma Detection Rate (ADR), people should also ask about a doctor’s withdrawal time and cecal intubation rate for a quality colonoscopy.

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