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gastroenterologists

Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of gastroenterologist.

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Examples

  • We define academic gastroenterologists as those who are excellent clinicians encompassing skills in broad aspects of evaluation, diagnosis and management of primary and secondary diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and who are active in advancing the field by participating in research and/or education.

    Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship

  • The diet requires a team approach, with expert input from neurologists, dietitians, skilled nursing staff and gastroenterologists.

    Pediatric Regional Epilepsy Program Services

  • Our multidisciplinary team includes pediatric gastroenterologists with special expertise in liver disease, specialized nurses, nutritionists, physicians and other support systems.

    GI services

  • The primary goal of the program is to train academic pediatric gastroenterologists.

    Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship

  • This is per the requirements of the American Board of Pediatrics for certification in Pediatric Gastroenterology, the NASPGHAN guidelines and our program goal to produce graduates who will become academic gastroenterologists.

    Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship

  • Some gastroenterologists say that for every patient with celiac disease, they see six to eight who have the same symptoms, but without the tell-tale antibodies or intestinal damage needed to confirm celiac.

    New Guide to Who Really Shouldn't Eat Gluten

  • He recently dispatched a set of tuned gongs to the Warsaw Philharmonic, sold a seven-foot-wide gong to a Singaporean casino and rented a gong for a knockoff of the old "Gong Show" put on by gastroenterologists in Memphis.

    In Good Times and Bad, Gongs Are Just What the Doctor Ordered

  • The gastroenterologists and nutritionists will help to monitor his G-tube, a small portal through the skin of his abdomen and into his stomach, since he will choke on any food or liquid that is placed in his mouth.

    Between Expectations

  • To address the doctor shortage, Hopkins hopes to hire more primary care physicians, recruit cardiologists and gastroenterologists, and use "good faith efforts to cause" Hopkins-employed surgical and nonsurgical specialists to establish permanent practice locations in the region and apply for privileges at Sibley, according to the agreement.

    D.C. officials expected to approve Johns Hopkins-Sibley integration

  • The Fodmaps approach is gaining fans among U.S. gastroenterologists as well, even though many have been skeptical of diets in the past.

    When Everyday Foods Are Hard to Digest

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