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4 Causes and management of chronic hepatitis C in treatment experienced patients
A. Beltsis A. Ilias,
Chronic Hepatitis C is a major public health issue, affecting>2% of the worlds population. Combination treatment with pegylated interferon alfa and ribavirin is successful in achieving long-term viral...
5 Current status on the clinical usefulness of apheresis in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
P. Cherakakis, J.K. Triantafillidis,,
SUMMARY In this review the current aspects concerning the application of leukocytapheresis in patients with inflammatory bowel disease are briefly discussed. Leukocytapheresis has already been applied...
6 Current views on the use of probiotics in begnign diseases of the large intestine
D.G. Karamanolis, Maria Tzouvala,,
SUMMARY Manipulation of the bacterial intestinal microflora with probiotics, which are living micro-organisms, appears to be an appealing therapeutic alternative for certain gastrointestinal diseases....
7 Diminutive polyps and rectal bleeding: An overview
I. Bouzakis,
Rectal bleeding is very common in the general population. It is usually minimal, with outlet-type characteristics, but it can also be an expression of lower gastrointestinal bleeding. Colon investigat...
8 Early ERCP in acute biliary pancreatitis: 20 years of dispute
A. Beltsis D. Kapetanos,
Biliary is the most common form of acute pancreatitis and is believed to result from transient obstruction of the bile and pancreatic ducts. The severity of the disease is determined by the extent and...
9 Endoscopic management of acute recurrent pancreatitis
D. Kapetanos,
The aetiology of acute pancreatitis is usually identified and treated in over 80% of the patients. However, when pancreatitis recurs, a further diagnostic work up is needed in order to discover the ca...
10 Eosinophilic gastroenteritis: Current aspects on etiology,pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment
Cheracakis P., Sklavaina Maria, Triantafillidis J., Parasi, Aikaterini,
SUMMARY Idiopathic eosinophilic gastroenteritis is a rare inflammatory disease of unknown origin, characterized by diffuse eosinophilic infiltration of the gastrointestinal tract, accompanied by varyi...