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Increased Permeability: A New Target in GIT Disorders Management

Increased Permeability: A New Target in GIT Disorders Management
23 August 13:34

Increased Permeability: A New Target in GIT Disorders Management On October 8th, 2019, XXV Joint Russian Gastroenterology Week hosted the symposium “Hyperpermeability: a new objective in management of gastrointestinal diseases.” Experts discussed mechanisms of damage and potential restoration of GIT mucosa permeability.

GIT Damage and Reparation Mechanisms 

symposium_ivashkin.jpg

Professor Vladimir Ivashkin

academician of the Russian Academy of Science, Doctor of Medicine, professor, Head of Internal Disease Propaedeutics at I.M. Sechenov First State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; chief gastroenterologist at the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.  



The Role of Increased Permeability of the GIT Mucous Membrane in Development of Functional and Organic Disorders

symposium_poluektova.jpgProfessor Elena Poluektova

Doctor of Medicine, professor at the Internal Disease Propaedeutics Chair, Institute of Clinical Medicine; medical doctor at the Chronic Intestine and Pancreas Disease Unit, V. Kh. Vasiliev Clinics for Internal Disease Propaedeutics, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University Hospital No.2 at I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Vice President of the Interregional Non-profit Organisation “Academic Society for Furtherance of Clinical Studies of Human Microbiome”.

The Role of Increased Permeability of the GIT Mucous Membrane in Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

symposium_truchmanov.jpgProfessor Alexander Trukhmanov


Doctor of Medicine, professor at the Internal Disease Propaedeutics Chair, General Medicine Department at I.M. Sechenov First State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.







Increased Permeability: A New Target in GIT Disorders Management
23 August 13:34
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