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Altered Gut Microbiome and IBS Pathophysiology (DDW19)


Jeffrey Roberts
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A Bug's World: The Microbiome in Gastrointestinal Conditions

Chair: William Chey, MD, Nostrant professor of gastroenterology & nutrition, University of Michigan Health System

Speakers: Mark Pimental, MD, asst professor of medicine & exec director, David Geffen School of Medicine & Cedars-Sinai; Mille Long, MD, associate professor of medicine , University of North Carolina; Brennan Spiegel, MD, professor of medicine & public health director, Cedars-Sinai Health System

Supported by Salix Pharmaceutical

Altered microbiome leads to 2 gases, CH4 (methane) which leads to constipation and H2S (hydrogen sulphide) which lets to diarrhea

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Proposed IBS Pathophysiologic Sequence related to altered microbiome

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