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Digestive System Diseases (8)
- Biliary Tract Diseases
- Digestive System Abnormalities
- Digestive System Fistula
- Digestive System Neoplasms
Articles on Digestive System Diseases
Abstracts of Canadian Digestive Diseases Week 2013 and the Annual CASL (Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver) Winter Meeting. Mar...
[Clinical importance and diagnosis of halitosis].
We can divide the genuine type into physiological and pathophysiological subtypes. The cause of the halitosis usually can be found in the oral cavity. The volatile sulfur compounds (VSC) produced by some of the oral bacteria are responsible for its development. Only 10% of the causes are extraoral,...
Abstracts of the Canadian Digestive Diseases Week and the Annual CASL Winter Meeting, February 24-27, 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
[Report from the 12th Tokai Chapter Educational Seminar: immunological abnormalities in disorders of internal medicine].
Abstracts of Asian Pacific Digestive Week. October 1-4, 2011. Singapore.
[Preclinical experience in stem cell therapy for digestive tract diseases].
We can understand more about the mechanism of stem cell action, stem cell therapy can become a promising alternative treatment for refractory digestive disease in the near future. In this review, we summarized current preclinical experiences in diseases of the digestive tract using stem cells. (Kore...
[Incidence of non-communicable diseases and health risks due to potable water quality].
Iron and fluorine concentrations and water mineralization and hardness, which exceeded the maximum allowable concentrations, were found to cause an increase in overall morbidity and morbidity from skeletal-and-muscular, urogenital, and digestive system involvement in the population o...
[To the problem of organization in regions of rehabilitation of handicapped elders with gastroenterological diseases].
Authors have revealed that rehabilitation index in young and middle ages are higher, than in elders. Also the state of elder invalidis is rather stable and more severe. The reasons of such situation are discussed.
[Cardiovascular pathology associated with digestive system diseases].
We need for rational pharmacotherapy....