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the branch of medicine that studies the gastrointestinal tract and its diseases

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A lack of awareness of this condition among surgical, gastroenterologic, and radiologic staff was the main reason for operative intervention in this case, and the subsequent conversion to an open procedure.
Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation,1,2,4,6,7 Department of Gastroenterologic Surgery,3, Turkiye Yuksek Ihtisas Education and Research Hospital.
Medical care was at the beginning of a gigantic historical revolution, in basic medical knowledge and molecular biology, in surgical techniques for a wide range of disorders, the technology to support those techniques, and pharmaceutical methods of treatment for cardiac, mental, arthritic, respiratory, infectious, gastroenterologic, and other diseases.
Gastroenterologic and radiologic approach to obscure gastrointestinal bleeding: How, why, and when?
Among 50 children who had a history of systemic reactions to egg, 24 developed urticaria, 22 had a gastroenterologic reaction, and 4 had respiratory reactions.
This patient group includes persons receiving chemotherapy, immunosuppression related to organ transplantation, and immunosuppression for rheumatologic or gastroenterologic disorders.
Results of lumbar puncture and extensive rheu-matologic, infectious disease, urologic, and gastroenterologic evaluations were normal.
Following his general approach to the differential diagnosis and treatment of patients with gastroenterologic complaints (acute, chronic, and emergency), he treats specific symptoms, disorders, and therapies: e.
Children's conditions were classified by type of impairment: neurologic (20%); cardiac (19%); developmental disability with retardation (16%); developmental disability without retardation (12%); pulmonary (9%); maxillofacial (4%); endocrine/metabolic (4%); gastroenterologic (4%); ophthalmologic (2%); urologic (2%); orthopedic (4%); ear, nose, and throat (2%); and hematologic (1%).
Dee Tvedt is a certified gastroenterologic registered nurse and a staff endoscopy nurse at the Oregon Endoscopy Center.
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