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11th International Conference on Gastroenterology and Digestive Disorders, will be organized around the theme “The Significance of Gastroenterology in the Management of Diverse Digestive Diseases”

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Gastroenterology and Hepatology are divisions of human body science that study digestive system disorders in humans. Scientists in these divisions specialise in preventing and treating digestive and liver disorders. Currently, a large number of people are dealing with digestive system issues. Gastroenterologist and hepatologists assist people in resolving these issues. Hepatology is the treatment of liver diseases, cancer, and disorders. In other words, this is the medical science that deals with digestive system problems (mouth to anus), treatment, and examination of illnesses affecting the gastrointestinal tract and liver.

The gastrointestinal tract is a complex network of organs that form a long pathway from our mouth to the anus of the human body. The GI tract is comprised of the mouth, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and anus. It may cause functional disorders in the human body. The gastrointestinal tract appears normal but does not function properly. It can cause constipation, bowel disease, anal fissures, diverticular illnesses, colon polyps, and colon cancer. Consumption of low-fiber foods, changes in routine, stress, taking calcium/aluminum antacids, and pregnancy are all factors that influence the GI tract. It is most likely to be seen in people aged 20 to 50. It is treatable by performing proper exercises, living a healthy lifestyle, avoiding bad habits, and avoiding unhealthy food feeding.

Pediatric Gastroenterologyis a branch of medicine that primarily deals with children's digestive problems and nutrition  systems. Its main goal is to focus on children under the age of 18 and form bonds with their GI tract disorders, liver disease, and pancreas. The person who works in this field is known as a "paediatric gastroenterologist." The experts in this division primarily focused on children's digestive system disorders and nutritional issues. Pediatric gastroenterologists are also more concerned with children's nutrition and diets.

Liver disease is one of the most common mutual diseases among humans, and these diseases are linked to our liver cells, causing swelling. This disease is caused by a viral infection or by the use of alcohol, medicine, drugs, and other substances. The scientist reveals five types of hepatitis diseases: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis D, and Hepatitis E. Hepatitis B and C can cause chronic liver disease in some people. Hepatitis has no obvious symptoms, but it can be detected by high body temperature, fatigue, loss of desire, and other symptoms. After determining the type of hepatitis, treatment is initiated. Hepatitis can cause liver failure as well as liver cancer.

The biochemical and physiological process by which an organism uses food to sustain its life is referred to as nutrition. It provides nutrients to organisms, which can be metabolised to produce energy and chemical structures. Malnutrition occurs when sufficient nutrients are not obtained.

Enteropathy is a less well-known GI manifestation of diabetes that can be defined as symptoms affecting the large bowel. Clinical symptoms include diarrhoea, constipation, and nocturnal faecal incontinence, with overt steatorrhea reported in a minority of patients.

Internal medicineis typically associated with specialists and physicians who specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of multisystem digestive disorders that affect the digestive systems. They are also known as general physicians. Internal medicine specialists work in a variety of fields, including operative medicine, obstetric medicine, acute stroke medicine, clinical pharmacology, treatment, therapy, and digestive system analysis. General practitioners also contribute to medical education and health policy development. Internal medicine specialists also have the necessary clinical information for each age group.

The term "Endoscope" refers to a thin, flexible tube with a light on the end that is gently inserted into your stomach through your mouth. Endoscopy is a procedure in which images from the tube are displayed on a television monitor, providing a clear view of your gullet, stomach, and duodenum.

A colonoscope is a long, flexible tube that is used to examine the large bowel. The tube allows direct viewing of the colon as well as taking pictures of the lining and tissue samples, this procedure is called as “Colonoscopy”.

High blood pressure is associated with the term hypertension. It may attack due to a variety of health issues, including death. Hypertension is a metabolic disorder in humans, and this metabolic imbalance can cause high blood pressure through the GI tract. Our daily lifestyle and the foods we eat contribute to hypertension, either directly or indirectly. Hypertension can be caused by any type of abnormality in metabolic structure. Hypertension affects more than half of the world's population and is quickly becoming one of the most serious health issues.

The GI pathology service in surgical pathology provides comprehensive diagnostic expertise and services for the full spectrum of gastrointestinal or liver or pancreas diseases, including the diagnosis and characterization of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases, with a focus on chronic inflammatory diseases and sarcomas of the GI tract.

Immunology keeps us guard from the various type of infections whenever our immune system is not working correctly, we get infected with several type of diseases includes infections, tumour and several other viral infections.

Obesity is a multifaceted disease marked by an excess of body fat. Obesity is more than just a physical problem. It is a medical condition that increases the risk of developing other diseases and health problems like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and certain cancers. These syndromes can cause high blood pressure, weight gain, high blood sugar levels, and other serious health problems. Obesity can lead to diseases in the digestive system such as hepatitis C, hepatocellular  carcinoma, gallstones, cholangiocarcinoma, pancreatic cancer, and gastroesophageal reflux disease.

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is a condition that occurs when stomach acid or bile enters the digestive tract. This category of disease includes chronic kidney disease. The symptoms of the diseases include chest pain that usually occurs after eating a meal. It could be caused by eating unhealthy foods, overeating, or lying down on the bed right after a meal. The medical treatment for this disease includes anti-reflux surgery, endoscopic anti-reflux procedures, H2 blockers, and prokinetic drugs.

Gastroenterology cancer refers to a toxic condition of the digestive system, which includes the liver, gastrointestinal tract, small intestine, oesophagus, large intestine, and stomach. Oncology is a medical term for cancer. This branch also includes the medical treatment of tumours or cancer. While the term radiology can refer to the process of cancer diagnosis and treatment of cancer patients using X-rays, MRI, positron emission tomography (PET), computed tomography (CT), and other imaging techniques.

Animals can also become infected with microorganisms that make them hostile. Aside from the regular bouts of veterinary gastrointestinal contagions, they also become infected with regular infections, which harm humans, particularly their owners and children. Zoonotic diseases are diseases that are transmitted from animals to humans and frequently cause outbreaks. Enteric zoonotic diseases are among the most common types of zoonotic diseases, affecting both animals and humans' gastrointestinal tracts. Salmonella, E. coli, and Campylobacter are examples of mutual microorganisms that cause gastric infections.

Neuro-gastroenterology encircles the study of brain, the gut and their interactions in relevance to the consideration and management of gastrointestinal motility and functional gastro intestinal disorders. It is associated with complex motility and sensory disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. These conditions includes dysphagia related to ineffective oesophageal motility, gastro oesophageal reflux, cyclic vomiting syndrome, gastro paresis, hirschsprung’s disease, intestinal pseudo-obstruction slow transit constipation and pelvic outlet disorders linked to constipation.

Digestive disease can be defined as any illness or problem in the digestive tract. Many specialists and researchers have been working on the digestive system in recent years and have accomplished remarkable results. The system for detecting these types of disorders includes laparoscopy, X-rays, ultrasound, in vitro diagnostics, cancer screening, magnetic resonance imaging, and cholangiopancreatography. These new inventions are beneficial in the treatment and cure of digestive disorders. Work on new inventions is still ongoing, and it will help us cure the disease in a short period of time.

Diagnostic gastroenterology is a method used by doctors and specialists to cure disease by diagnosing the gastrointestinal system, and these methods help to cure, reduce pain, and advance the condition of those who are suffering. Cancer radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and therapeutic endoscopy are all aspects of gastroenterology that aid in the treatment and prevention of digestive disorders.

Gastrointestinal conditions necessitate pharmacological treatment, which is divided into two categories: pharmaceutical and counter-drugs/OTC drugs. Gastrointestinal medications are prescribed in response to the medical conclusions of haematological or imaging studies. Endoscopy is frequently used for diagnosis. The therapy is recommended for gastrointestinal disorders, GI tract wall disorders, gastrointestinal motility disorders, and gastrointestinal cancers. Probiotics are not currently being tracked, and only a few randomised controlled trials have been conducted to assess their efficacy in various gastro disorders.