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Abdominal pain is traditionally described by its chronicity (acute or chronic), its progression over time, its nature (sharp, dull, colicky), its distribution (by various methods, such as abdominal quadrant (left upper quadrant, left lower quadrant, right upper quadrant, right lower quadrant) or other methods that divide the abdomen into nine sections), and by characterization of the factors that make it worse, or alleviate it.
Plant-based diet may be effective treatment for Crohn's disease

Plant-based diet may be effective treatment for Crohn's disease

Case study: Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome in a patient with ALS

Case study: Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome in a patient with ALS

FDA authorizes marketing of first medical device for pain relief in adolescents with IBS

FDA authorizes marketing of first medical device for pain relief in adolescents with IBS

Deactivating specific protein with drugs reverses inflammation, scarring of liver in NASH patients

Deactivating specific protein with drugs reverses inflammation, scarring of liver in NASH patients

Combination of different treatments can have a positive effect for IBS sufferers

Combination of different treatments can have a positive effect for IBS sufferers

Sepsis Alliance launches Maternal Sepsis Day to raise awareness and save lives

Sepsis Alliance launches Maternal Sepsis Day to raise awareness and save lives

Opioid overdose found to be most common cause of pregnancy-associated death in new moms

Opioid overdose found to be most common cause of pregnancy-associated death in new moms

'Don’t wash your raw chicken', warns CDC

'Don’t wash your raw chicken', warns CDC

Peanut allergy tolerance treatment may increase the risk of anaphylaxis

Peanut allergy tolerance treatment may increase the risk of anaphylaxis

Antibiotics may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in women

Antibiotics may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in women

Sparse treatment options complicate cancer care for immigrants in South Texas

Sparse treatment options complicate cancer care for immigrants in South Texas

Microbiome science may help doctors to improve treatment for children with IBS

Microbiome science may help doctors to improve treatment for children with IBS

Researchers describe a case of tick-borne relapsing fever in Mexico

Researchers describe a case of tick-borne relapsing fever in Mexico

New clinical trial for patients with IBS-D offers real hope and drug free relief

New clinical trial for patients with IBS-D offers real hope and drug free relief

Improved gut diversity causes 50% reduction in autism symptoms

Improved gut diversity causes 50% reduction in autism symptoms

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy appears to be more effective in relieving symptoms of IBS

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy appears to be more effective in relieving symptoms of IBS

Colorecal cancer commonly misdiagnosed in patients under 50

Colorecal cancer commonly misdiagnosed in patients under 50

Hedgehogs connected to the outbreak of Salmonella

Hedgehogs connected to the outbreak of Salmonella

Surprising discovery offers clues to limit graft-vs.-host disease

Surprising discovery offers clues to limit graft-vs.-host disease

Presence of bacteria in urine does not always point to infection, shows study

Presence of bacteria in urine does not always point to infection, shows study