Gastroenterology

GEM: Family history, microbiome, permeability can stratify high-risk IBD




LAS VEGAS — Looking at people with at least one first-degree relative with Crohn’s allowed researchers to further stratify risk among an already high-risk group, determining certain characteristics that put a person at a five-times greater risk of developing Crohn’s, according to an expert at Crohn’s & Colitis Congress.
“This stratification of a high-risk group gives us insight into how these parameters figure into the pathogenesis of Crohn’s,” Ken Croitoru, MD, of Mount Sinai, said during his presentation.
Croitoru presented preliminary data from

Source link




Related posts

Reply to GASTRO-D-19-01067

Newsemia

Variation in Specialty Drug Coverage Across Health Plans

Newsemia

Bacterial DNA translocation contributes to systemic inflammation and to minor changes in the clinical outcome of liver transplantation

Newsemia

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy