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(Dig Liver Dis[TA])
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  • Disease patterns in late-onset ulcerative colitis: Results from the IG-IBD "AGED study". [Journal Article]
  • DLDig Liver Dis 2016 Sep 21
  • Fries W, Viola A, … Italian Group for the study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IG-IBD)
  • CONCLUSIONS: The conclusion that late-onset UC follows a mild course may apply only to a subset of patients. an important percentage of elderly patients present with more aggressive disease. Since steroid use and surgery rates did not differ in this subgroup, lower use of immunosuppressive therapy and biologics may reflect concerns in prescribing these therapies in the elderly.
  • Beta blockers and cirrhosis, 2016. [Review]
  • DLDig Liver Dis 2016 Sep 27
  • Mandorfer M, Reiberger T
  • To date, non-selective beta blockers (NSBBs) are a cornerstone in the treatment of portal hypertension. During the last years, our understanding of the potential benefits of early initiation of NSBB ...
  • Patient preferences for inflammatory bowel disease treatment objectives. [Journal Article]
  • DLDig Liver Dis 2016 Sep 21
  • Casellas F, Herrera-de Guise C, … Borruel N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Improving quality of life and completely controlling symptoms are the priority treatment objectives for IBD patients, with abdominal pain being the most important symptom. Conversely, therapeutic objective target goals proposed by physicians, such as healing the mucosal lesions, are not a priority for most patients. This indicates that there are discrepancies between patient and physician expectations, which should be taken into account if a patient-centered care model is to be implemented.
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