Studies have demonstrated an association between direct-acting antiviral therapy and a reduction in both the incidence and severity of extrahepatic manifestations of HCV.
Black patients have better liver function at the time of hepatocellular carcinoma diagnosis.
Researchers analyzed data from patients with chronic hepatitis B to identify predictors of relapse in those who discontinued NAs and determined if existing rules for stopping NA therapy can be improved.
The CIRRhosis Using Standard tests algorithm could use results of routine blood tests to identify patients at high risk for advanced liver disease
Investigators sought to determine the prevalence of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and establish its prognostic value in patients with heart failure.
Investigators examined the effects of bariatric surgery on cancer risk in patients with NAFLD and severe obesity.
Adults undergoing complex GI cancer surgery have a lower risk for adverse postoperative outcomes when receiving care from high-volume anesthesiologists.
Investigators analyzed the agreement among pH paper, hand-held pH meters, and laboratory pH meters for gastric pH measurements in tube-fed children with neurological impairments and GERD.
Researchers sought to identify disparities in the care and outcomes of patients with IBD of differing races and ethnicities, in order to improve health care equity.
A clinical decision-making tool successfully reduced treatment time for pediatric acute viral gastroenteritis.