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Bowel Dysfunction Clinical Trials

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Clinical and Basic Investigations Into Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome

Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome (HPS) is a rare autosomal recessive disease consisting of oculocutaneous albinism, a platelet storage pool defect and, in some patients, lysosomal accumulation of ceroid lipofuscin. Other manifestations include pulmonary fibrosis (often fatal in the fourth or fifth decade), chronic granulomatous colitis and, rarely, renal involvement or cardiomyopathy. There ...

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Clinical Study on Implicit Learning Comorbidity and Stress Vulnerability in Chronic Functional Pain

Study 1: Implicit operant learning of sensitization and habituation in an experimental heat pain model will be investigated and compared in healthy controls, chronic pain patients with fibromyalgia, with and w/o visceral pain. Study 2: Functional imaging of implicit operant learning of sensitization and habituation in an experimental heat pain ...

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Microbiome Changes in Travelers to Tropical Destinations

Individual differences in the microorganisms variety are affected by external factors such as food, age, geographic location, medication consumption, host genetics and exposure to microorganisms in early stages of life. During the current study the geographic location affect will be tested by comparing the microorganism environment before and after traveling ...

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Biomarkers for Intestinal Permeability in Patients With Constipation

In order to determine the differences in permeability in IBS-C in comparison with healthy volunteers, the following will be determined: differences in in vivo small intestinal and colonic permeability, differences in small intestinal and colonic mucosal barrier function, differences in effects of fecal supernatants on barrier function of T84 monolayers, ...

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Improving Goals of Care Discussion in Advanced Cancer Patients

Among advanced cancer patients, discussions about prognosis, goals of care (GoC) and end-of-life preferences improve quality of life of patients and reduce rates of hospital and ICU admission. Yet, few patients know their chemotherapy treatments will not cure their disease despite nearly all wishing to receive information- good & bad. ...

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The Role of Faecal Bile Acids in the Management of Bile Acid Diarrhoea

The prevalence of chronic diarrhoea is 5% of the population, a third of these cases have bile acid malabsorption (BAM). SeHCAT (seleno-tauro-homocholic acid) testing is the gold standard for BAM, and involves the ingestion of seleno-tauro-homocholic acid, which is limited to a small number of UK centres. NICE reported that ...

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BowelScope: Accuracy of Detection Using ENdocuff Optimisation of Mucosal Abnormalities

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the fourth most common cancer in the UK with 40,000 new cases diagnosed annually. Most CRCs arise from the adenoma-carcinoma sequence which is a process that can take up to 10 years. Population screening programmes allow for earlier detection and removal of adenomas that may become ...

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Indications and Outcomes of Endoscopic Ultrasound in Tanta

Detection of main causes for referral to EUS in Tanta, Egypt.

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Lesion Detection Assessment in the Liver: Standard vs Low Radiation Dose Using Varied Post-Processing Techniques

If you agree to take part in this study, you will have a CT scan that is done as part of your routine care. This CT scan will be done at the normal radiation dose. During this scan, you will also have a scan of the liver at a lower ...

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Childhood Acute Illness and Nutrition Network

Despite an overall reduction of child mortality in LMICs, acutely-ill undernourished children continue to have a greatly elevated risk of death, both during hospitalisation and following discharge. However, we currently lack robust evidence for their management. Factors underlying the risks of mortality may relate to the acute illness itself, to ...

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