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Advanced Hepatocellular Carcinoma in A ScottishPopulation – Current Experience and the Future by Baxter MA in Current Trends in Gastroenterologyand Hepatology in Lupine Publishers

Sorafenib is the current first line standard of care in patients with advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Several other drugs are emerging as efficacious agents in this setting. This article will outline our current real-world experience with sorafenib in a Scottish population as well as discuss the evidence behind new potential therapies in Lupine Publishers.

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New Possibilities of Diagnostics of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease by Pirogova I Yu in Current Trends in Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Lupine Publishers
The aim of the study was to create a non-invasive model for diagnosing fibrosis and steatosis in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Materials and methods. The study included 183 patients with liver steatosis according to ultrasound of the liver. General clinical examination, verification of the stage of fibrosis and steatosis of the liver on the Fibroscan 502 TOUCH device with the CAP software was carried out. Results of the study. Fibrosteatotest ©, based on stigmas of inflammation activity, insulin resistance, lipid spectrum for the diagnosis of fibrosis and steatosis (diagnostic accuracy of more than 80% compared to the results of fibroscanning), is created by the method of discriminant analysis, which allows to identify patients with the 2nd and more stage of fibrosis and steatosis of the liver, who need medication.

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Reflections About the Gut, A Microbiologist’s Perspective by Bernard AM Van der Zeijst in
Current Trends in Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Lupine Publishers

Without doubt, the original function of the human gut was to digest and absorb food. Its epithelial cells absorb food after it has been processed to smaller components by enzymatic digestion. Comparable epithelial processes are also found in animals, including sea animals, and plants [1]. Disturbance of the gut homeostasis by infections leads to disease. From mild diarrhea of short duration (e.g. caused by poliovirus, rotavirus, norovirus and Campylobacter) to lethal infections by toxin producing bacteria such as cholera. Cholera often occurs as a result of crowding and poor hygiene. It was very problematic during the first industrial revolution in the UK where poor migrants lived under dismal conditions.

Successful Endoscopic Treatment of Refractory Postoperative Duodenocutaneous Fistula using Fibrin Sealant: CTGH- Lupine publishers

Successful Endoscopic Treatment ofRefractory Postoperative DuodenocutaneousFistula using Fibrin Sealant by Anna Pietrzak in Current Trends in Gastroenterologyand Hepatology in lupinepublishers

Iatrogenic, postoperative enteroatmospheric fistulas remain difficult to manage but common problem after gastrointestinal surgery. Surgical revision, after failure of conservative treatment is not only partially efficient but also carries a high mortality risk, mainly due to patients’ general condition and usually multiples comorbidities. Because of that alternative minimally invasive techniques are extensively studied, but unfortunately the data are still confounding [1,2]. We present a case of 38 – y.o. man with past history of nephrolithiasis, accidentally diagnosed with 30 mm gastrointestinal stromal tumour of the duodenum.…

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Chemically-Induced Peptic Ulcer: Gastroprotective Effects of Peach Fruit : (CTGH)- Lupine publishers

Chemically-Induced Peptic Ulcer: GastroprotectiveEffects of Peach Fruit by Qaiser Jabeen in Current Trends in Gastroenterologyand Hepatology in Lupine publishers
Peptic ulcer, an inflammatory breach in the gastric and duodenal mucosa, is caused by hyper secretion of gastric acid and defective mucosal protective elements, affecting approximately 4 million people each year. The currently available antiulcer drugs are reported to have severe side effects. Hence, there is a need to develop more effective and less toxic alternative therapeutic agents from natural sources. The current study was conducted to investigate the therapeutic potential of Prunus persica Linn. Batsch fruit (Peach) against chemically-induced gastric and duodenal ulcers.…

Current Trends in Gastroenterology and Hepatology: (CTGH)- Lupine publishers

Current Trends in Gastroenterology and Hepatology is a multi-faceted Open access online journal exclusively allocated to novel work in the fields of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. We thirst for break-through research which is of high standards and contributes to current trends in Gastroenterology and Hepatology. It imparts readers with wide range of themes and provides scientific excellence for researchers. Each article contains reliable research information from eminent experts in their respective fields and subjected to immense peer review. The Journal covers broad spectrum of pivotal themes in Diagnostic, Pathologic, Therapeutic, and Endoscopic advances. It focuses to publish complete and authentic information on the discoveries and present developments in the form of research articles, opinions, case reports, review articles, etc.…