Pediatric Gastroenterology & GI Surgery
Oligosaccharide in Milk Halts Chemo-induced Mucositis
A type of sugar present in human milk can prevent chemotherapy-induced mucositis in animal models.Read More
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Uncovering Role of Microbiome in Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Study to examine the esophageal microbiome as an influence on patients’ response to topical steroids.
Exclusive Breastfeeding Lowers Childhood Asthma Risk￼
Links confirmed between breastfeeding and resistance to common childhood respiratory illnesses.
Diagnosis Provides Evidence for Laparotomy vs. Drainage in Neonates
Landmark study compares two surgical strategies to repair necrotizing enterocolitis or intestinal perforation in premature infants.
Harnessing the Imagination for IBD Relief
Parents report quality of life benefits from children’s self-hypnosis.
New Tech Aids Diagnosis of Eosinophilic GI Disorders
Research puts innovative focus on earlier, more tolerable interventions.
Improved Outlook for CDH in Newborns
Protocol changes reflect new research and revised treatment priorities.
U.S. Surgeons First to Reconstruct Esophagus Using New Magnamosis Device
Specialty, minimally invasive technique proves lifesaving.
A “Safety Zone” for Closing Gastroschisis
New evidence helps identify a sweet spot for intervention decisions.
Resection vs. Transplant for Pediatric Liver Cancer
Study suggests survival advantage for transplant in advanced cases.