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    Dr Anjan Dhar, DM, MD, AGAF, FRCP (Edin) is a Senior Lecturer in Gastroenterology (Durham University) and Consultant Gastroenterologist at County Durham & Darlington NHS Foundation Trust in the UK. He has special interests in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Coeliac Disease and therapeutic advanced endoscopy and colonoscopy. He has a special interest in Barrett’s Oesophagus, and carries out endoscopic mucosal resection and radiofrequency ablation for this condition.

Questions Answered by me

I would recommend a CT enterography to rule out any small bowel pathology, a Meckel’s scan and a urine porphyria screen in the first place before...

Answered on : 08 Jul 2011

At the present moment, there is no treatment for coeliac disease except gluten free diet (NO wheat, rye or barley). Only oats can be used. There...

Answered on : 23 Feb 2011

Chronic relapsing pancreatitis, as you are aware has a fluctuating course, and as long your son is on Creon, things should be okay. Is your son...

Answered on : 21 Sep 2010

You do not have jaundice due to a liver disease, and have a condition called unconjugated hyperbilirubinaemia. This can be due to a congenital (...

Answered on : 08 Jul 2010

I would recommend that you take a high fibre diet, and some Movicol 1 sachet every other day to keep your bowels moving without constipation. If...

Answered on : 26 Nov 2009

It is possible that you have a mild irritable bowel disease and in the first few months, you should simply do nothing except to take Imodium if...

Answered on : 11 Nov 2009

Pain under the right (I presume this is the side that you are affected on) could be due to a number of causes, only one of which is due to an...

Answered on : 07 Sep 2009

Gastro-oesophageal reflux is a continuous, variable problem and some patients reflux acid into their esophagus (food pipe) from their stomach on a...

Answered on : 26 Jun 2009

Your ultrasound examination suggests that you may have a mild degree of fatty liver - this could be either due to alcohol (if you drink too much)...

Answered on : 20 Feb 2009

I would recommend that a stool sample be tested for Faecal pancreatic elastase, and if it is low, the Creon should be increased to 50,000 units...

Answered on : 06 Jan 2009
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