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Navigating Sessions with DDW Tracks

Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2017 offers hundreds of sessions spanning an array of topics. A selection of this size may seem daunting, but DDW is here to help. DDW Tracks are designed to help attendees navigate sessions on selected areas. Take for instance the highlighted track – Functional GI and Motility Disorders. Specific sessions that relate to this track are grouped together. The tracks include sessions and posters for each topic. New for this year, you can also use DDW Tracks in the Mobile App (coming soon) to search for exhibitors who fit this subject matter.

Read below for high-level session details relating to the Functional GI and Motility Disorders Track, and visit the DDW website to view the other 14 tracks.

Session TitleSession Type Date
Food Intolerance, Medicinal Foods, Diet Fads and Role of Nutritionists in Gas and Bloating and IBSClinical SymposiumMay 6, 2017
Functional Dyspepsia, Nausea and VomitingPoster SessionMay 6, 2017
Novel Diagnostic Approaches and Treatment of Anorectal DysmotilityResearch ForumMay 6, 2017
Josephine and Michael Camilleri M.D. Lecture — Motility Matters 2017: An Interactive Forum to Debate What Progress the Field Has Made in the Treatment of GI Motility DisordersClinical SymposiumMay 7, 2017
Neurogastroenterology & Motility Distinguished Abstract PlenaryDistinguished Abstract PlenaryMay 7, 2017
Anorectal Motility Disorders: Which Test, When and How to Interpret and How Useful?Meet-the-Professor LuncheonsMay 7, 2017
Cyclic Vomiting and Unexplained Nausea: How to Evaluate and TreatBreakfast with the ExpertsMay 8, 2017
Esophageal Motility and DysmotilityPoster SessionMay 8, 2017
IBS Pathophysiology: Cells, Barriers, MotilityResearch ForumMay 8, 2017
Irritable Bowel Syndrome-Looking Through the Crystal GlassMeet-the-Professor LuncheonsMay 9, 2017
Functional Dyspepsia, Nausea and VomitingPoster SessionMay 9, 2017
Functional Bowel DiseasesPoster TourMay 9, 2017

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