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The main range of situations when this type of medical advice is advisable and technically feasible covers such conditions of the digestive system as inflammatory diseases, benign and malignant neoplasms of the esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, gallbladder and biliary tract, spleen, and pancreas.
Precise malignancy staging and risk assessment can be provided, given the availability of comprehensive test results, such as CT, MRI, PET imaging, ultrasound scan findings, histological analysis; on-going therapy effect evaluation and current medication lists.
A gastroenterologist, involved in giving a second opinion, makes a conclusion about his agreement with the previous diagnosis, or questions its correctness on the basis of incomplete examination or different interpretation of its results. In the latter case are to be given the proposals for further diagnostic measures. An important aspect of the remote second opinion procedure is the assessment of therapeutic options and suggestions for the further treatment and observation tactics.
The consulting doctor gives an opinion on the conservative, invasive or surgical treatment advisability. He can also, by the presence of a complete diagnostic picture, recommend a scheme of drug treatment. It could be also given recommendations about lifestyle, habits and nutrition.
Remote second opinion is hardly advisable with acute conditions requiring urgent treatment (such as intestinal obstruction, coma), or with cancer cases when available therapy options have been exhausted.
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Constant bowel movement problems in the form of diarrhea can indicate Crohn's disease. Inflammation may occur in any part of the digestive system, from the mouth to the rectum. The disease is chronic and requires regular drug treatment and a diet.