Inflammatory bowel disease; procedures for diagnosis, appendicectomy and risk, and intestinal ultrasound

For August we return to a blog focussed on inflammatory bowel disease. Within the last month there have been a couple of excellent articles published, focusing on how IBD is being diagnosed in Denmark and the risks (or protection) associated with appendicectomy for the detection or develop of IBD in a Canadian population-based cohort. We […]

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Exclusive enteral nutrition in adult-onset Crohn’s disease, big-data and machine learning to predict mortality in C. Diff, and a structured approach to management of non-coeliac enteropathies

In this month’s blog we will focus on three articles, including two state of the art reviews and a highly innovative and important study involving artificial intelligence. To aid with the understanding of this article we highlight a recently published review in our sister journal, Frontline Gastroenterology, detailing the potential uses of machine learning in […]

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Exclusive enteral nutrition in adult Crohn’s disease, machine learning in capsule endoscopy and dosing of Vedolizumab based on T cell function

In this month’s blog we focus on two recently published articles in BMJOG and discuss a highly impactful basic science manuscript published in Gut which is likely to have implications of dosing of Vedolizumab. As we move forward from COVID-19 and face a potentially difficult winter it remains vital to practice evidence-based speciality medicine. BMJOG, […]

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