1. June 17, 2022

    Surgical achalasia treatment at Mayo Clinic

    Mayo Clinic’s thoracic surgeons speak to how Mayo Clinic experts are treating achalasia by using innovative, minimally invasive techniques to improve patient outcomes.

  2. June 06, 2022

    Advancements at Mayo Clinic – Hepatitis C is no longer a barrier to transplant

    Bashar A. Aqel, M.D., a transplant hepatologist at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, discusses ways to expand the potential donor pool and shorten the wait time to transplant for patients with end-stage liver disease

  3. April 21, 2022

    Barrett's esophagus

    Prasad G. Iyer, M.D., and Cadman L. Leggett, M.D., gastroenterologists at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, share information about Barrett's esophagus.

  4. Feb. 18, 2022

    Minimally invasive treatment advances for Zenker's diverticulum

    In this video, Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist Ryan J. Law, D.O., provides an overview of Zenker's diverticulum, including signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and a new minimally invasive approach to repairing a Zenker's diverticulum with peroral endoscopic myotomy (POEM).

  5. Feb. 18, 2022

    Advanced endoscopic techniques for treating gastrointestinal lesions

    Nayantara Coelho-Prabhu, M.B.B.S., and Louis M. Wong Kee Song, M.D., provide an overview of how new minimally invasive advanced endoscopic techniques are being used to treat lesions that previously required surgery.

  6. Jan. 27, 2022

    A high-risk pancreas clinic

    The High-risk Pancreas Clinic was developed to offer individuals who are at a higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer an opportunity to receive an in-depth screening for early detection of pancreatic cancer.

  7. Sept. 08, 2021

    “Gut Touch” research and mechanistic pathways

    Utilizing research to explore the concept of “gut touch,” Arthur Beyder, M.D., Ph.D., and Mayo Clinic GI researchers are identifying mechanistic pathways that are similar to other disease entities and collaborating with colleagues in other disciplines to identify new solutions and treatments.

  8. Sept. 08, 2021

    GI division at Mayo Clinic Rochester leading innovation and change

    The Rochester Gastroenterology and Hepatology Division succeeds through clinician-led innovation — recognizing gaps and finding solutions. Division leaders invest in the team, seeking opportunities to challenge that status quo, train the next generation of clinicians and build on a legacy of success.

  9. Sept. 07, 2021

    Cholangiocarcinoma discoveries and treatment approaches

    Rory L. Smoot, M.D., Mayo Clinic surgical oncologist, discusses the discoveries made in the treatment of cholangiocarcinoma and other biliary tract cancers.

  10. June 02, 2021

    Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) research at Mayo Clinic

    Mayo Clinic researchers ask and answer fundamental questions about nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).

  11. April 09, 2021

    Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) research at Mayo Clinic

    Mayo Clinic continues to explore frontiers in research, diagnostics, drug trials and treatment algorithms to advance IBD treatment and offer options to patients that change the course of their disease.

  12. March 17, 2021

    Exploring colorectal cancer clinical trials

    Mayo Clinic colorectal cancer experts Jeremy C. Jones, M.D., and Tanios S. Bekaii-Saab, M.D., provide an overview of colorectal cancer clinical trials that are transforming the way this disease is treated.

  13. Jan. 05, 2021

    Endoscopic ultrasound-guided angiotherapy

    Michael J. Levy, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)-guided angiotherapy for the treatment of gastrointestinal bleeding.

  14. Jan. 05, 2021

    Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)-guided pancreatic anti-tumoral therapy

    Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist Michael J. Levy, M.D., discusses endoscopic ultrasound-guided pancreatic anti-tumoral therapy for the treatment of pancreatic masses.

  15. July 08, 2019

    Optimal liver transplant care at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida

    About 13,000 people in the United States are waiting for a liver on the national transplant waitlist. The Liver Transplant Program at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, uses a unique multidisciplinary team approach to address this need.

  16. March 17, 2017

    Advances in colorectal cancer screening

    Mayo Clinic physicians John B. Kisiel, M.D., and David W. Larson, M.D., M.B.A., discuss the latest advancements in colorectal cancer screening, as well as the latest surgical techniques available for people with colorectal cancer.

  17. Jan. 09, 2017

    Chromoendoscopy for inflammatory bowel disease

    Michael F. Picco, M.D., Ph.D., and Michael B. Wallace, M.D., gastroenterologists at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, demonstrate a simplified technique for application of indicarmine and other staining agents for surveillance in inflammatory bowel disease.

  18. April 18, 2016

    Mucosal healing in kids with celiac disease — Celiac disease in the news

    Imad Absah, M.D., discusses a recently published article in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition about mucosal healing in children with celiac disease.

  19. March 01, 2016

    Radiation therapy associated with a lower risk of recurrence in people with pancreatic cancer

    Radiation therapy improves survival times in patients who are candidates for pancreatic cancer surgery.

  20. Aug. 31, 2015

    Endoscopic treatment for obesity

    Barham K. Abu Dayyeh, M.D., M.P.H., a gastroenterologist and advanced endoscopist at Mayo Clinic, discusses endoscopic treatment for obesity and revision of gastric bypass surgery for teenagers.

  21. Aug. 05, 2015

    Methylated DNA markers and whole-body cancer screening

    John B. Kisiel, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses a study that identified the source of cancer in patients' gastrointestinal tracts by analyzing DNA markers from tumors.

  22. July 22, 2015

    Primary sclerosing cholangitis

    Samar H. Ibrahim, M.B., Ch.B., pediatric hepatologist at Mayo Clinic, discusses liver transplantation as a definitive treatment for primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC).

  23. July 22, 2015

    Liver transplant patients can avoid costly stay in ICU after surgery — Mayo Clinic

    C. Burcin Taner, M.D., chair of Transplant Surgery at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida and the study's senior investigator, discusses study finding. The liver transplant team at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida has found, based on 12 years of experience, that more than half the patients receiving a new liver can be “fast-tracked” to return to a surgical ward room following their transplant, bypassing a one- or two-day stay in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

  24. Oct. 07, 2014

    Large waist linked to poor health, even among those in healthy body mass index ranges

    Having a big belly has consequences beyond trouble squeezing into your pants. It's detrimental to your health, even if you have a healthy body mass index (BMI), a new international collaborative study has found.

  25. Aug. 13, 2014

    Mesalamine dose may lower marker of bowel inflammation

    Edward V. Loftus Jr., M.D., discusses an article looking at the ability of a drug to drive down calprotectin, a marker of bowel inflammation, in people who have ulcerative colitis.

  26. April 11, 2014

    Grand Rounds: Individualizing Diagnosis and Therapy for IBS

    Arthur Beyder, M.D., Ph.D., and Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., discuss the morbidity, pathophysiology and genetics of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a complex genetic disease.

  27. March 12, 2014

    Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT)

    Mayo Clinic's Robert Orenstein, D.O., and John K. DiBaise, M.D., explain and demonstrate the FMT procedures and techniques.

  28. Feb. 28, 2014

    DNA stool test for colon cancer — Mayo Clinic

    Doctors at Mayo Clinic have studied and improved upon a noninvasive screening test that requires no preparation or procedure. The test detects cancer or precancerous polyps by measuring DNA in your stool.

  29. Feb. 27, 2014

    Mayo Pancreas Clinic among world's best

    Santhi Swaroop Vege, M.D., explains what distinguishes the Pancreas Clinic at Mayo Clinic's campus in Minnesota from other elite centers, including renowned specialists devoted exclusively to pancreatic disease.

  30. Feb. 27, 2014

    Stomach function focus of obesity research

    Pharmacological and medical management of obesity have met with little success. Michael Camilleri, M.D., Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, discusses the reasons for these failures.

  31. Feb. 27, 2014

    Esophageal healing resolves some upper airway symptoms

    David A. Katzka, M.D., of the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, examines the correlation between esophageal healing and resolution of chronic upper airway symptoms in people with high-grade erosive esophagitis.

  32. Feb. 27, 2014

    Study finds novel drug effective for functional constipation

    Affecting nearly 30 million Americans, constipation increases health care costs and diminishes quality of life. Banny S. Wong, M.D., of the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, discusses a phase II study of A3309.

  33. Feb. 27, 2014

    Laparoscopic pancreatoduodenectomy: Report from a high-volume center

    Michael L. Kendrick, M.D., of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, discusses Mayo Clinic's extensive experience with laparoscopic pancreatoduodenectomy.

  34. Jan. 31, 2014

    Grand Rounds: The Liver in Heart Disease

    Mayo Clinic's Patrick S. Kamath, M.D., presents the liver in heart disease.

  35. Jan. 31, 2014

    Grand Rounds: Management of IBD in Pregnancy

    Sunanda V. Kane, M.D., presents Management of IBD in Pregnancy.