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Descriptive vs inferential statistics: an overview Posted on 9th January 2024 by Carolina Guadalupe Cruz Muñoz Tutorials and Fundamentals ‘Biostatistics is the discipline concerned with the treatment and analysis of numerical data derived from biological, biomedical, and health-related studies’ (Gerstman B.B., 2015). Three aspects of biostatistics relevant to this blog are: Sampling, which consists of selecting…

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Type 1 Autoimmune Pancreatitis in Europe: Clinical Profile and Response to Treatment Kasper A. Overbeek et al. Background & Aims Autoimmune pancreatitis (AIP) is an immune-mediated disease of the pancreas with distinct pathophysiology and manifestations. Our aims were to characterize type 1 AIP in a large pan-European cohort and study the effectiveness of current treatment…

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Endoscopic procedures in hepatology: Current trends and new developments Wim Laleman et al. Summary Gastrointestinal endoscopy has long been a reliable backbone in the diagnosis and management of hepatobilary disorders and their complications. However, with evolving non-invasive testing, personalised medicine has reframed the utility and necessity of endoscopic screening. Conversely, the growing interest and use…

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Canadian Association of Radiologists Gastrointestinal Imaging Referral Guideline Candyce Hamel et al. The Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) Gastrointestinal Expert Panel consists of radiologists, a gastroenterologist, a general surgeon, a family physician, a patient advisor, and an epidemiologist/guideline methodologist. After developing a list of 20 clinical/diagnostic scenarios, a systematic rapid scoping review was undertaken to identify…