FODMAP Module 01: Introduction & Overview of IBS | Physiology & Diagnosis
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Introduction & Overview of IBS | Physiology & Diagnosis
Professor William D Chey, MD, AGAF, FACG, FACP, RFF
- Define functional gastrointestinal disorders.
- Identify symptoms associated with IBS.
- Summarise the aetiology, pathophysiology and prevalence of IBS.
- Identify how IBS is diagnosed using the ROME IV Criteria and other diagnostic tests such as breath testing.
- Identify red flags associated with diagnosis of IBS and their relevance such as cancer, Coeliac Disease and IBD.
- Define small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and identify how the symptoms differ.
- Demonstrate the relevance of the low FODMAP diet in management of IBS in the absence of a cure.
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