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Systematic review: the epidemiology of the hepatobiliary manifestations in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
Systematic review: sprue-like enteropathy associated with olmesartan
Review article: associations between Helicobacter pylori and obesity - an ecological study
Review article: herbal hepatotoxicity – an update on traditional Chinese medicine preparations
Randomised clinical trial: a liquid multi-strain probiotic vs. placebo in the irritable bowel syndrome – a 12 week double-blind study
Randomised clinical trial: l-ornithine-l-aspartate reduces significantly the increase of venous ammonia concentration after TIPSS
Development and validation of a clinical prediction score (the SCOPE score) to predict sedation outcomes in patients undergoing endoscopic procedures
Risk of developing colorectal cancer and benign colorectal neoplasm in patients with chronic constipation
Long-term therapy of chronic delta hepatitis with peginterferon alfa
Prevalence and in-hospital mortality trends of infections among patients with cirrhosis: a nationwide study of hospitalised patients in the United States
Editorial: noncoeliac gluten sensitivity – a disease of the mind or gut?
Editorial: noncoeliac gluten sensitivity – a disease of the mind or gut? Authors' reply
Editorial: anti-viral therapy for prevention of perinatal HBV transmission – extending therapy beyond birth and the risk of post-partum flare
Editorial: anti-viral therapy for prevention of perinatal HBV transmission – extending therapy beyond birth and the risk of post-partum flare; authors' reply
Letter: persisting clinical symptoms in microscopic colitis in remission
Letter: persisting clinical symptoms in microscopic colitis in remission – authors′ reply
Letter: faecal microbiota transplantation – not a one-size-fits-all approach
Letter: faecal microbiota transplantation – not a one-size-fits-all approach; authors' reply
Letter: limitations of studies to evaluate the significance of anti-tumour necrosis factor serum levels in Crohn's disease
Letter: limitations of studies to evaluate the significance of anti-tumour necrosis factor serum levels in Crohn's disease – authors' reply