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Title: International Consensus on Diverticulosis and Diverticular Disease. Statements from the 3rd International Symposium on Diverticular Disease
Author: Tursi, Antonio
Brandimarte, Giovanni
Di Mario, Francesco
Lanas, Angel
Scarpignato, Carmelo
Bafutto, Mauro
Barbara, Giovanni
Bassotti, Gabrio
Binda, Gian Andrea
Biondi, Alberto
Biondo, Sebastián
Cambiè, Ginevra
Cassieri, Claudio
Crucitti, Antonio
Dumitrascu, Dan L.
Elisei, Walter
Escalante, Ricardo
Herszènyi, László
Kruis, Wolfgang
Kupcinskas, Juozas
Lahat, Adi
Lecca, Piera G.
Maconi, Giovanni
Malfertheiner, Peter
Mazzari, Andrea
Mearin, Fermín, 1956-
Milosavljeviċ, Tomica
Nardone, Gerardo
Chavez De Oliveira, Enio
Papa, Alfredo
Papagrigoriadis, Savvas
Pera Román, Miguel
Persiani, Robero
Picchio, Marcello
Regula, Jaroslaw
Timac, Davor
Stollman, Neil
Strate, Lisa L.
Violi, Alessandra
Walker, Marjorie M.D.
Keywords: Etiologia
Malalties inflamatòries intestinals
Inflammatory bowel diseases
Issue Date: 19-Dec-2019
Publisher: Medical University Press Cluj
Abstract: The statements produced by the Chairmen and Speakers of the 3rd International Symposium on Diverticular Disease, held in Madrid on April 11th-13th 2019, are reported. Topics such as current and evolving concepts on the pathogenesis, the course of the disease, the news in diagnosing, hot topics in medical and surgical treatments, and finally, critical issues on the disease were reviewed by the Chairmen who proposed 39 statements graded according to level of evidence and strength of recommendation. Each topic was explored focusing on the more relevant clinical questions. The vote was conducted on a 6-point scale and consensus was defined a priori as 67% agreement of the participants. The voting group consisted of 124 physicians from 18 countries, and agreement with all statements was provided. Comments were added explaining some controversial areas.
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It is part of: Journal of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases, 2019, vol. 28, p. 57-66
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ISSN: 1841-8724
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