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23rd International Conference on Gastroenterology and Digestive Disorders, will be organized around the theme “Exploring Advanced Trends in Treating Digestive Disorders”

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Gastroenterology is a specialized field within medicine dedicated to understanding, diagnosing, and treating ailments affecting the digestive tract and associated organs. It addresses a broad spectrum of conditions spanning from the oesophagus to the rectum, encompassing vital organs like through extensive study and clinical practice, gastroenterologists focus on managing disorders such as acid reflux, ulcers, inflammatory bowel diseases, and liver ailments like hepatitis and cirrhosis. By employing various diagnostic tools and treatment modalities, including endoscopic procedures and surgical interventions, gastroenterologists strive to enhance digestive health and improve the overall well-being of their patients.

  • Track 1-1Stomach
  • Track 1-2Liver
  • Track 1-3Intestines

Each year, millions of Americans are impacted by digestive issues. The digestive system, sometimes referred to as the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, is affected by certain disorders. The small and large intestines, liver, stomach, gallbladder, and pancreas are all parts of the gastrointestinal tract. A wide range of illnesses, from mild to severe, are included under digestive disorders. Irritable bowel syndrome, cancer, lactose intolerance, gastric reflux disease, and hiatal hernia are among the common digestive problems. Bleeding, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, heartburn, discomfort, nausea, and vomiting are among the most typical signs of digestive diseases.

  • Track 2-1Abdominal Adhesions
  • Track 2-2Appendicitis
  • Track 2-3Gastritis

Inflammation of the pancreas is known as pancreatitis. Pain and edoema are results of inflammation. Pancreatitis can cause pain that radiates from your stomach to your back.

 One organ in your belly is the pancreas. It is positioned between your back and your stomach. Your pancreas is about that size and shape if you put your right hand over your stomach. The pancreas is responsible for controlling blood sugar levels and aiding in digestion. It produces hormones (like insulin) and digestive enzymes (like amylase). The pancreatic duct transports digestive enzymes to your small intestine.

  • Track 3-1Pancreatic cancer
  • Track 3-2Pancreas infection
  • Track 3-3Acute pancreatitis

Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are two subtypes of the chronic inflammatory gastrointestinal tract disease known as "inflammatory bowel disease" (IBD). When a typical stimulus, such food or intestinal flora, triggers an overly heightened immune response in genetically predisposed individuals, it happens. This exercise goes over the diagnosis, treatment, and oversight of inflammatory bowel disease. It also highlights the importance of the interprofessional team in enhancing patient outcomes.

inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are divided into two categories:


  • Track 4-1Intestinal
  • Track 4-2Extra Intestinal

Gallbladder stones are a very frequent condition that typically show no symptoms. Some patients have biliary colic, which is a condition where a gallstone causes temporary blockage of the cystic duct, resulting in sporadic, often intense pain in the right upper quadrant or epigastrium, and occasionally between the scapula. Cholecystitis, an acute inflammation and infection of the gallbladder, develops in the patient if the obstruction of the cystic duct continues.


  • Track 5-1Right upper quadrant abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting
  • Track 5-2Ultrasound reveals
  • Track 5-3Thickened gallbladder wall

The steady decline in liver function is known as chronic liver disease. The liver's activities include excreting bile, detoxifying toxic metabolic products, and producing clotting factors and other proteins. Fibrosis and cirrhosis are the results of an ongoing process that involves the inflammation, destruction, and regeneration of the liver parenchyma. The last stage of chronic liver disease, known as cirrhosis, is characterised by disturbance of the architecture of the liver, creation of extensive nodules, vascular reorganisation, neo-angiogenesis, and extracellular matrix deposition. The majority of chronic liver diseases are


  • Track 6-1Alcoholic Liver Disease
  • Track 6-2Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Gastro intestinal which runs from your mouth to your anus, is affected by gastrointestinal illnesses. Function-based and structural are the two types. When a GI tract is checked, it may appear normal, but the disease is impaired in its ability to move. The GI tract is impacted by these most frequently. During an inspection, your colon may appear odd or malfunction; these conditions are known as structural gastrointestinal illnesses. Surgical intervention may be required to remove the structural abnormalities.Common gastrointestinal disorders include:


  • Track 7-1Celiac disease
  • Track 7-2Constipation

In gastroenterology, genetics and molecular biology are indispensable for comprehending the complexities of GI development, function, and diseases. These disciplines converge to unveil the genetic and molecular underpinnings that shape the GI tract's physiology and pathology. By exploring their intersection, researchers gain profound insights into the origins and mechanisms of GI disorders, paving the way for targeted interventions and personalized treatments. Here's how these fields intersect in gastroenterology:


  • Track 8-1Disease Aetiology and Pathogenesis
  • Track 8-2Diagnostic Biomarkers
  • Track 8-3Personalized Medicine

Paediatric gastroenterology and nutrition focus on the unique digestive health needs of infants, children, and adolescents. This specialized field addresses a wide range of gastrointestinal disorders and nutritional challenges that are specific to this age group. Paediatric gastroenterologists diagnose and treat conditions such as


  • Track 9-1Paediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Track 9-2Food Allergies

Metabolic syndrome and obesity are health issues that involve high blood pressure, high blood sugar, abnormal cholesterol, and too much belly fat, raising the risk of heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes. They're influenced by genetics, lifestyle, and surroundings, and they worsen each other's effects, causing heart and metabolic problems. Managing them involves changing lifestyle, using medicine, and sometimes surgery, while preventing them means acting early, teaching about health, and encouraging healthy habits through public efforts. There are Obesity’s such as


  • Track 10-1Central Obesity
  • Track 10-2Android Obesity

Gastrointestinal immunology and pathology study how the immune system interacts with the gut, leading to digestive diseases. Researchers explore immune responses to germs, food, and gut bacteria, which can cause inflammation and illness. They investigate immune cells, proteins, and pathways to understand conditions like inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, and gut infections. pathology Gastrointestinal examines tissue changes in diseases such as


  • Track 11-1Gastritis cancer
  • Track 11-2Ulcers cancer

In gastroenterology, the focus is on both clinical management and diagnostics of gastrointestinal (GI) conditions Clinical gastroenterology involves evaluating patients' symptoms, performing physical examinations, and conducting diagnostic tests such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, imaging studies, and laboratory tests. Clinicians in this field assess and treat a wide range of GI disorders, including


  • Track 12-1Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
  • Track 12-2Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Track 12-3Liver Disease

Neuro gastroenterology is the interdisciplinary field that studies the interactions between the nervous system and the digestive system. It explores how the brain and nerves control gastrointestinal function, including digestion, motility, and sensation. Researchers in neuro gastroenterology aim to understand the underlying mechanisms of these disorders and develop effective treatments targeting the gut-brain axis. This field investigates conditions such as


  • Track 13-1Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Track 13-2Gastroparesis
  • Track 13-3Functional Dyspepsia

Gastrointestinal cancer and radiology focus on the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of cancers affecting the digestive system. Gastroenterologists specializing in cancer care use imaging techniques such as CT scans, MRI, and PET scans to visualize tumours and assess their extent. Radiologists collaborate closely with gastroenterologists to interpret these images and guide biopsy procedures for accurate diagnosis. Additionally, radiologists play a crucial role in delivering treatments like radiation therapy and minimally invasive procedures to target and treat gastrointestinal cancers. Gastroenterology cancer encompasses various types of malignancies affecting the digestive system, including:


  • Track 14-1Colorectal cancer
  • Track 14-2Gastric (stomach) cancer

A growth of cells called colon cancer starts in the colon, a section of the large intestine. The first and longest segment of the big intestine is called the colon. The last segment of the digestive system is the large intestine. Food is broken down by the digestive system and used by the body. Colon cancer can strike anyone at any age, but it usually strikes older persons. Usually, it starts off as little cell clusters inside the colon called polyps. Colorectal cancer encompasses various subtypes, each with distinct characteristics and treatment considerations. Some common types include:


  • Track 15-1Adenocarcinoma
  • Track 15-2Carcinoid tumours

This is a medical condition characterized by excess body fat accumulation, to the extent that it may have a negative effect on health. It is typically measured using the body mass index (BMI), which is calculated by dividing weight in kilograms by height in meters squared. Obesity increases the risk of various health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, certain cancers, and musculoskeletal disorders


Intestinal rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary approach to managing patients with intestinal failure, a condition in which the intestines are unable to absorb nutrients and fluids adequately to sustain life. This can occur due to various reasons, including short bowel syndrome, surgical removal of a portion of the intestine, congenital disorders, or severe intestinal diseases. The goal of intestinal rehabilitation is to optimize the function of the remaining intestine and improve the patient's ability to absorb nutrients and fluids. Here are some components of intestinal rehabilitation:


  • Track 17-1Nutritional Support
  • Track 17-2Surgical Interventions

Preventing gastrointestinal (GI) diseases involves adopting healthy habits that promote digestive health and reduce the risk of developing GI conditions preventive measures into your lifestyle, you can help protect your digestive health and reduce the risk of developing gastrointestinal diseases. It's important to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice and recommendations. Here are some key strategies for preventing GI diseases:


  • Track 18-1Maintain a Healthy Diet
  • Track 18-2Practice Good Hygiene

Various gastrointestinal diseases require different treatments tailored to each specific condition. Often, the approach revolves around alleviating symptoms and ensuring hydration through dietary adjustments, medications, and lifestyle changes. In instances of more severe illnesses like inflammatory bowel disease or cancer, more intensive interventions such as surgery might be warranted.


  • Track 19-1Antacids and acid reducers
  • Track 19-2Antibiotics

Recent developments in the field of digestive diseases have brought about significant advancements in diagnosis, treatment, and management strategies. These advancements span various aspects of gastrointestinal health, including novel diagnostic tools, targeted therapies, and innovative surgical techniques. Additionally, there has been a growing emphasis on personalized medicine approaches, leveraging insights from genetics, microbiome research, and precision medicine to tailor treatments to individual patients. Recent advancements in digestive diseases encompass several key areas, including:


  • Track 20-1Diagnostic Technologies
  • Track 20-2Immunotherapy