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In this type of disorder gastrointestinal tract looks normal but doesn’t work properly. The factors which affect the GI tract and its motility are eating a diet low in fibre, not enough exercise and other changes in routine, stress, taking antacids containing calcium/aluminium and pregnancy. It is the most commonly seen in the ages of 20-50. It can be cured by taking precautions like proper diet intake and timings of meal and avoiding spicy food etc.
- Track 1-1Hepatitis
- Track 1-2Bartter syndrome
- Track 2-1IBS with diarrhea
- Track 2-2IBS with constipation
- Track 2-3IBS with mixed bowel habits
Pregnancy causes various Anatomical and Physiological changes in the gastrointestinal tract due to this gastrointestinal disorder are most common during pregnancy due to increased levels of Progesterone. Symptoms like Nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Gastrointestinal bleeding and perforation are the rare complications during pregnancy. Different GIT disorders respond to different kind of treatments, so better take suggestions from a physiacian.
- Track 4-1Nausea and vomiting
- Track 4-2Acid reflux
- Track 4-3Anal fissures
- Track 4-4Hemorrhoids
It is uncommon but serious type of cancer; primary liver cancer that begins in the liver whereas secondary liver cancer develops another part of the body and spread to the liver. Symptoms of live cancer are often vague and don’t appear until the cancer is in advanced stage.
This is the most common causes of Upper GI bleeding. Peptic ulcers are sores that develop on the stomach and upper portion of the small intestine. Stomach acid, either bacteria or use of anti-inflammatory drugs damages the lining which leads to formation of sores due to this bleeding starts which irritates and forms ulcers. Ulceration can be prevented by proper intake of food and avoiding excess acid secretion in the stomach. There are various methods that cures the peptic ulcers.
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- Track 7-1Stages of Gastric Cancer
- Track 7-2Recurrent Gastric Cancer
- Track 7-3Treatment Options by Stage
- Track 8-1Oral Pathology
- Track 8-2Salivary Gland Pathology
- Track 8-3Gastric Pathology
- Track 8-4Appendix Pathology
It is a medical instrument used in surgical procedure to view in to abdominal part of the body. It determines the condition like Endometriosis and helpful in treating Ovarian cyst removal, tubal ligation, Hysterectomy. Laparoscopic surgery is also called as ‘Minimally Invasive Surgery’. Laparoscopic Surgery reduces the risk of Pain, Forms lesser scars, Contamination of the Internal parts and also Hospital stay of the patient also decreases are the main advantages of the Laparoscopic technique.
It works on "brain of the gut," which is a part of the nervous system and controls motility, endocrine secretions, and microcirculation of the gastrointestinal system. It mainly focuses on common Functional Gastrointestinal disorders like Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Heartburn, Abdominal Pain, Peptic Ulcer and Gallstone Pancreatitis which manages the gastrointestinal motility and Functional GIT disorders. Psychiatric relations to functional GIT disorders are included and treated though Neurogastroenterologic methods especially discomfort in abdomen and pain in the digestive tract.
- Track 14-1Gastroscopy
- Track 14-2Colonoscopy
- Track 14-3Endoscopic ultrasound
- Track 16-1Transcription
- Track 16-2Gene regulation
- Track 16-3Translation
- Track 17-1Diabetic Gastroparesis
- Track 17-2Bowel Dysfunction
- Track 17-3Appendicitis
- Track 17-4Biliary Tract Cancer
Immunosuppressive agents used to treat inflammatory bowel diseases will increase the risk of infectious, several of which are preventable through vaccination. An oral vaccine against rotavirus infection, a common cause of sickness and diarrhoea in 8 – 12 weeks babies, along with their routine side vaccination. Rotavirus vaccine helps babies to build up immunity which fights against the virus attack. Rotarix is used in many countries worldwide but there is no issues raised till now as per the survey.
Genetics and Genomics will strongly influence the GIT. Molecular biology has become the integral part of the basic clinical Gastroenterology. A broad spectrum of infectious, inheritable and malignant epithelial duct diseases will currently be studied by molecular ways, together with enzyme chain reaction, crossbreeding and polymer sequence analyses. From common disorders like large intestine cancer, inflammation and multiple polyps; to rare conditions like hereditary injury telangiectasia, information of genomic developments is more and more extremely helpful to doctors and their patients.
- Track 20-1Induced pluripotent stem cells
- Track 20-2Cord blood stem cells and amniotic fluid stem cells
Gastrointestinal cancers account for approximately 25% of all cancer deaths in the Western world. There is a basic preventive approach that can utilize biomarkers in order to stratify patients into appropriate screening or surveillance programs. Biomarkers are clinical variables associated with clinical outcomes. In cancer biology, the best biomarkers are germ line adenomatous polyposis coli mutations, which are highly predictive of colon cancer. In other areas, such as Barrett’s oesophagus, despite early excellent success in identifying the importance of p16, p53, and aneuploidy in oesophageal adenocarcinoma pathogenesis, useful biomarkers are still not widely used in clinical practice. New molecular biomarkers are identified in the future like epigenetic methylation patterns and genetic polymorphisms. In the meantime, clinicians must rely on robust, inexpensive methods such as standard histopathology. Dysplasia is still the mainstay of cancer prediction in most inflammatory disorders of the GI tract and is an independent marker of cancer risk.