Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie

DOI 10.1055/s-00000094

Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie

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Hyperplastic polyps and nonadvanced adenomas, but not advanced polypoid lesions, are detected more frequently in the presence of colonic diverticula during screening colonoscopies

Hintergrund  Die bisher veröffentlichte Studienlage zur Assoziation von Kolondivertikeln und kolorektalen Polypen einschließlich des kolorektalen Karzinoms (KRK) ist konträr. Ziel der Studie war es, die Assoziation für sämtliche relevanten histologischen Polypensubtypen, d. h. hyperplastische Polypen (HP), sessil und traditionell serratierte Adenome (SSA und TSA), klinisch relevante serratierte Polypen (krSP), tubuläre Adenome und fortgeschrittene Adenome in einer ausschließlichen Vorsorgekolosko...

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Clinical evaluation of the M-ANNHEIM classification: Development of the M-ANNHEIM-Surgery-Score as a new tool to monitor patients with chronic pancreatitis

Objectives  The M-ANNHEIM classification of chronic pancreatitis (CP) stratifies degrees of disease severity according to the M-ANNHEIM-Severity-Score. We aimed to demonstrate the clinical usefulness of the M-ANNHEIM-Severity-Score in quantifying and predicting the frequency of pancreatic surgery, and to establish the M-ANNHEIM-Surgery-Score as a simplified system for patient surveillance regarding the demand of pancreatic surgery.

Methods  We performed a retrospective, cross-sectional study with 7...

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Never seen before? Opisthorchiasis and Clonorchiasis

Parasitic diseases are relatively rarely diagnosed and treated in Europe. Therefore, European clinicians are not familiar with their clinical and imaging features. In an era of increased human migration, it is fundamental for clinicians to be able to identify such diseases. We have recently described the features of cystic echinococcosis, schistosomiasis, fascioliasis and ascariasis. Here, we report on the clinical and imaging features as well as on the current therapy options of infections by t...

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