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Types of laxatives

Laxatives are medicines that relieve constipation (difficulty with bowel movements). They are a popular type of over-the-counter remedy. They can also be prescribed for conditions that could get wor...

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Mac And Cheese Before A Colonoscopy? Yep! You Can Eat Solid Foods The Day Before Getting Scoped

Many people think preparing for a colonoscopy is worse than the procedure itself. But a growing body of evidence suggests that the process could be made a lot more tolerable. Studies show that patient...

Global rates of post-colonoscopy complications remain low

Worldwide rates of post-colonoscopy complications either remained low or decreased in the past 15 years, confirming the global safety of colonoscopy as a diagnostic, screening, surveillance and therap...

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Differences in Colonoscopy Quality Among Facilities

How do colonoscopy services vary from one type of facility to the other, and what should patients know before undergoing the procedure? Gastroenterology

Diverticulosis Associated with Diarrhea, Not Constipation

This finding is counter to traditional thinking among clinicians.

As radiologists push for “virtual” colonoscopy coverage, risk of misleading readers is real

The American College of Radiology (ACR), together with the Colon Cancer Alliance and other advocacy groups, want you to know that they’re urging Medicare to cover seniors for “virtual̶...

Time to drop the 'no-eating rule' before colonoscopy?

(HealthDay)—New research suggests that the grueling process of preparing for a colonoscopy may not have to be endured on an empty stomach.

Colonoscopy Smashes CT Colonography for Sessile Serrated Polyp Detection

Colonoscopy has emerged as the clear lead screening modality in detecting high-risk SSP.

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Acute Abdominal Pain Following Optical Colonoscopy: CT Findings and Clinical Considerations.

Optical colonoscopy is a common procedure; more than 14 million are performed annually in the United States. Serious colonoscopy complications are uncommon, but they can be life-threatening if not qui...

Racial/Ethnic Minorities Ineligible for Direct Access Colonoscopy (DAC): Identifying Patients Who Fall Through the Cracks.

Patients ineligible for direct access colonoscopy (DAC) are typically referred for a pre-colonoscopy consultation with gastroenterology (GI). However, the referral from primary care to GI creates the ...

Population-Based Colonoscopy Screening for Colorectal Cancer: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Although some countries have implemented widespread colonoscopy screening, most European countries have not introduced it because of uncertainty regarding participation rates, procedure-related pain a...

Conversion of colonoscopy to flexible sigmoidoscopy: an unintended consequence of quality measurement in endoscopy.

To quantify the proportion of requests for colonoscopy that are performed as flexible sigmoidoscopy and documented reasons for this in ordinary UK hospital practice. To determine the effect these requ...

Quantitative assessment of the effect of position changes during colonoscopy withdrawal.

Though trials assessing the effectiveness of position changes during colonoscopy withdrawal have been reported, there is no agreement whether position changes during colonoscopy withdrawal can actuall...

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