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Bacterial flora in digestive disease; focus on rifaximin.

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Bacterial flora in digestive disease; focus on rifaximin.

Ed. by C. Scarpignato and A. Lanas.

S. Karger, AG

2006

253 pages

$89.25

Hardcover

RA645

Drawn from a workshop attended by Italian and Spanish gastroenterologists, this collection considers the role of the poorly absorbed antibiotic, rifaximin, in gastroenterological conditions while describing the pathogenesis and therapy of several conditions related to the microbiota of the gut. The 15 papers assess current treatment options for bowel disorders, colonic diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease, hepatic encephalopathy, traveler's diarrhea, and Helicobacter pylori infection. A few color photographs are provided. Originally published as Digestion, v.73, suppl.1, 2006.

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