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No significant between-group differences were seen for low-volume versus high-volume split-dose regimens in adequacy of bowel cleansing, while low-volume regimens had higher odds of patient adherence or completion, tolerability, and willingness to
November 2019

Introducing ACP Gastroenterology Monthly

Welcome to the first issue of ACP Gastroenterology Monthly, a new free monthly e-newsletter from the American College of Physicians, designed to inform primary care physicians of the current literature in gastroenterology/hepatology.
January 2017

ACIP revises recommendations on hepatitis A vaccination

For postexposure prophylaxis, the hepatitis A vaccine is now preferred to immune globulin for all adults, including those older than 40 years of age, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) said.
November 2018

Insufficient evidence to support gluten-free diet for IBS, meta-analysis finds

Included trials evaluated an exclusion diet versus an alternative or usual diet and assessed improvement in either global symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or abdominal pain.
August 2018


There is no evidence that screening for pancreatic cancer or treating screen-detected disease improves disease-specific morbidity or all-cause mortality in average-risk adults with no symptoms, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
August 2019


A randomized trial of high-risk patients in China found that Helicobacter pylori treatment, vitamin supplementation, and garlic supplementation were associated with significant reductions in gastric cancer mortality.
September 2019


Mean procedure time per lesion was significantly shorter with cold snare polypectomy and anticoagulants, whereas the mean hospitalization period was longer in patients receiving hot snare polypectomy and heparin bridging.
July 2019

Pioglitazone associated with improved advanced fibrosis in patients with NASH

A recent meta-analysis looked at randomized clinical trials that examined the effect of thiazolidinediones on liver histology in patients with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
March 2017

Patients may not always want to stop low-value colorectal cancer screening

Veterans at one health system were asked to rate the reasonableness of using age and risk calculators in decisions about screening cessation.
December 2018


Lynch syndrome is rare after age 80 years, making the efficiency of universal screening very low, so stopping reflex screening in this age group may be reasonable, particularly in resource-limited settings, the study authors said.
June 2019

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