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Appendicitis Clinical Trials

A listing of Appendicitis medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (4) clinical trials

Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Gut Permeability Assessment

"Leaky gut" - or, increased permeability of the intestine - involves the leakage of certain intestinal constituents (e.g. endotoxins or even bacteria) from the gut into the rest of the body. This condition is associated with many widespread diseases including coeliac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, HIV, liver cirrhosis, sepsis and ...

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Study of Dietary Patterns and Food Diversity in Russian GERD Patients

The study of dietary patterns may provide complex vision of an association between consumption of specific foods, or groups of food products and manifestations of gastroesophageal reflux disease (symptoms: heartburn and acid regurgitation; endoscopic findings - oesophagitis). Only limited data on this matter are published to the moment and they ...

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The Management of Perforated Acute Appendicitis in Adult and Pediatric Populations

Patients admitted at Marshall Health - Cabell Huntington Hospital with the diagnosis of acute perforated appendicitis or appendicular abscess larger than 3cm will be admitted and treated with percutaneous drainage and the IV antibiotics for 3 days. If the patient becomes afebrile and has a normal WBC, the patient will ...

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Identify Specific Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell (PBMC) MiRNA as Biomarkers for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Incidence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has been rising in the past decades. However, diagnosis and differential diagnosis of IBD still lack gold standard. To diagnose IBD, physicians need to combine clinical manifestation, lab results, image examination, endoscopy examination and pathology. After diagnosis, patients still need to monitor their disease ...

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