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Mayo Clinic on Digestive Health - How to Prevent and Treat Common Stomach and Gut Problems - cover

Mayo Clinic on Digestive Health - How to Prevent and Treat Common Stomach and Gut Problems

Sahil Khanna

Publisher: Mayo Clinic Press

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Summary

Identify and treat digestive problems before they become difficult to manage—with this comprehensive reference from the world-renowned Mayo Clinic.   Digestive problems are among the most common reasons people see doctors and take medication. This updated fourth edition of Mayo Clinic on Digestive Health is an authoritative yet practical reference manual that includes information on everything from healthy digestion to cancer treatment. The book is packed with helpful advice on treating common digestive conditions and preventing serious disease, with information on:   Belching, bloating and gas • Celiac disease • Colorectal cancer • Constipation and diarrhea • Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis • Diverticular disease • Gallbladder disease • Heartburn and GERD • Irritable bowel syndrome • Liver disease • Pancreatic disease • Swallowing difficulties • Ulcers and stomach pain   Also covered are diagnostic testing, mealtime recommendations and self-care tips for relieving discomfort, and the latest information on endoscopic ultrasound, virtual colonoscopy, and the newer minimally invasive treatments for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Available since: 01/22/2020.
Print length: 254 pages.

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