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"Information Matrix", with Host Laurence Fishburne, to Discuss Gastroenterology

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An upcoming medical segment of the program will delve into this important medical sector.

(PRWEB) August 23, 2018

On the program "Information Matrix," Laurence Fishburne will introduce a new segment that will revolve around gastroenterology. The educational program will explain the meaning of gastroenterology and why it is important. It is a medical area that specializes on the digestive system. The show explains the roles of gastroenterologists including the specialized instruments that they use.

Gastroenterologists may help with the treatment of pancreatic diseases, liver, biliary tree and gall bladder diseases, acid reflux, ulcers, hepatitis C, bloody stool, gastrointestinal cancer, and gastroesophageal reflux disease.

"Information Matrix" helps explain that patients should consult a gastroenterologist whenever they have digestive problems, especially later in life. A primary care doctor may advise people to seek gastroenterology treatment under special circumstances as well. Some conditions that lead to referral or consultation are trouble swallowing, abdominal pain that can't be explained, or bloody stools. Experts on the show will advise older individuals to seek gastroenterology treatment to prevent problems. People over the age of 50 have an increased risk of a colon cancer diagnosis.

Before Mr. Fishburne closes the segment, it will also touch briefly talks briefly on the different levels of training and the scope of work for various sub-specialists. Gastroenterologists can specialize in small bowel disease, pancreatic disease, hepatology, tropical diseases, clinical pharmacology, inherited cancer syndromes, clinical nutrition and more.

The program is interesting to watch and also enlightening. It is a great source of basic information on important stories that can be relevant all over the world.

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