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AGA Institute GastroSlides Unit on Irritable Bowel Syndrome — 2004 Update

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The authors of the “Irritable Bowel Syndrome” unit reviewed publications in the field since the release of the original unit in May 2003. Following this review, to keep the unit up to date, they prepared eight new images that review major advances in the understanding and treatment of IBS. In addition, several introductory slides to the unit were prepared that can be used for presentation purposes.

Published Date and Terms of Use

The content included in this GastroSlide set, Irritable Bowel Syndrome — 2004 Update, was published on May 15, 2004. This slide set has not been updated since the date of publication and is provided “as is.” It is the learner's responsibility to evaluate the accuracy of any information found within these educational materials.

The intent of this series is to provide individual clinicians and educators with materials to use in their educational activities, such as lecturing at continuing medical education meetings and for self-education. AGA encourages all uses of GastroSlide materials consistent with this objective.

Materials are to be displayed in the same content and form as the original with no alterations unless approved by AGA. No materials may be reproduced for any purpose without written permission of AGA. Materials may only be used for educational purposes and may not be used to promote or advertise any pharmaceutical, medical device or organization.

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