Journal of Gastroenterology Research

ICV Value = 91.33

 ISSN: 2578-6210

Journal of Gastroenterology Research

Home / Browse Journals & Books /  Journal of Gastroenterology Research  / Archive /  Volume 2, Issue 1

Table of Content: Volume 2, Issue 1

  Select All | |

Research Article Pages 89-92

Is there a Linkage between Celiac Disease and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes?

Authors: Nicoletta Di Simone, Matteo Gratta and Giovanni Scambia

Abstract: Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that occurs in genetically predisposed people in which the ingestion of gluten leads to a damage in the small intestine that clinically presents with malabsorption related symptoms. However it is known that celiac disease can also be the underlying cause of several non-gastrointestinal symptoms. This review summarizes the studies and data acquired on the relationship between celiac disease and gynecological/obstetric disorders. Over the past few decades numerous studies highlighted the existence of a linkage between celiac disease and gynecological/obstetric disorders such as delayed menarche, early menopause, amenorrhea or infertility and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

| | |

Clinical Image Pages 87-88

An Uncommon Cause of a Refractory Gastric Ulcer

Authors: Jiten P Kothadia, Wuttiporn Manatsathit and Virkam Jala

Abstract: A 29-year-old female with a history of bipolar disorder presented to the emergency department (ED) with worsening epigastric pain. Two years ago, esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) showed a 1.5-cm benign-appearing superficial ulcer in the pylorus. She was presumed to have an NSAID-induced peptic ulcer and was treated with proton pump inhibitor therapy. She had multiple hospitalizations for abdominal pain and several subsequent EGDs showing refractory gastric ulcer.

| | |

Original Article Pages 77-87

Prognostic Value of Probe-Based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Authors: Deenaz Zaidi, Hien Q Huynh, Matthew W Carroll and Eytan Wine

Abstract: The incidence of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), including Crohn disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC), is increasing in children. We recently demonstrated increased epithelial gaps in the non-inflamed duodenum of CD and UC patients, and high capillary flow rates in the duodenum of UC patients using probe-based confocal laser endomicroscopy (pCLE). The aim of the present study was to determine if increased epithelial gap density or capillary flow could predict the clinical course of IBD patients and response to therapy.

| | |

Publish with Scholars.Direct

Track your Manuscript Status

(Please write to in case of any technical error)
porn video
porn sex