Significant progress is being made toward diagnosis, evaluation and management of sensori-motor dysfunction, gut microbiota, gut-brain axis, nutrition, eosinophilic esophagitis. Read the most recent news here.
Graphic Abstract: Microbiota Research
CONSENSUS STATEMENTS: Standardised laboratory practices and reporting in microbiome research. Summary of three recent papers that comprise consensus statements for microbiota research by Sarah-Jane Leigh, Postdoctoral Researcher at APC Microbiome Ireland, University College Cork, Ireland.
New UEG & ESNM consensus on functional dyspepsia
Functional dyspepsia (FD) is one of the most common conditions in clinical practice. In spite of its prevalence, FD is associated with major uncertainties in terms of its definition, underlying pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.
Missed the UEG Week Virtual?
The UEG Week Virtual 2021 has ended on October 5th, 2021 but you can still explore the wide array of UEG Week on-demand recording packages that allow for immediate video access.
That was NeuroGASTRO 2021
More than 300 participants from all over Europe and from different specialties joined the first-ever virtual NeuroGASTRO 2021. Due to the global corona pandemic and its unprecedented challenges, the biennial event took place online between September 2nd to 4th, 2021. The programme stood under the motto of “Advancing understanding and management in Neurogastroenterology and Motility.”
Little Brain Big Brain
The Little Brain Big Brain (LBBB) meeting has successfully cultivated numerous high achieving scientists in the field of Neurogastroenterology and Motility for over 3 decades and ESNM is very proud to support this successful project. Read more about this year's meeting in Australia.
Video „ESNM inside“ – interviews with our experts
Talking about Neurogastroenterology & Motility – our new video format „ESNM inside“ gives insights into a somewhat underestimated discipline. Watch our second video with Professor Qasim Aziz, Professor of Neurogastroenterology, from Queen Mary University of London, and president of ESNM.
Graphic Abstract: Esophageal Manometry
One-line-comment: A significant proportion of patients with esophageal symptoms have a normal HRM or an inconclusive diagnosis performing the standard protocol. Provocative tests like RDC mimic normal eating conditions. Evaluating both symptoms and pressive patterns in RDC increases the specificity of esophageal motor testing and helps to discriminate between patients with symptoms associated with esophageal dysmotility or EGJ obstruction from patients with functional dysphagia.