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A Cleveland Clinic podcast exploring your digestive and surgical health from end to end. You’ll learn how to have the best digestive health possible from your gall bladder to your liver and more from our host, Colorectal Surgery Chairman Scott Steele, MD.
 
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Laparoscopic liver cancer surgeon, Dr. David Kwon, joins the Butts and Guts podcast to discuss everything you need to know about liver cancer. Listen to learn about the symptoms of this disease, the latest treatment options available including minimally invasive approaches, ways to reduce the risk of liver cancer, and more.…
 
Dietician Julia Zumpano joins the Butts & Guts podcast once again, this time to discuss staying healthy during the holiday season. She shares beneficial eating and activity tips that will help keep you on track with your nutrition goals while still enjoying the holidays.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Dr. Chirag Shah is the Director of Clinical Research and Breast Radiation Oncology in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Cleveland Clinic. He joins the Butts & Guts podcast to discuss recurrent breast cancer. Listen to learn more about the symptoms of breast cancer recurrence, when to seek medical attention, available treatment options, an…
 
Dr. Sophia Patel is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Cleveland Clinic Children's. She joins the Butts & Guts podcast for the first time to discuss a procedure called transnasal endoscopy. Listen to learn more about this approach and how it can help patients (such as those with eosinophilic esophagitis) be evaluated without sedation.…
 
On this episode of Butts & Guts, two guests join the podcast to talk about ostomies and an organization that supports ostomy patients: the United Ostomy Associations of America (UOAA). Danielle Gulden is a former Cleveland Clinic ostomy patient, current UOAA member, and social media influencer on “Double Baggin' It.” Keagan Lynggard is an ostomy ad…
 
This episode of Butts & Guts features Dr. Xiangling Wang, a Staff Physician in Cleveland Clinic's Genomic Medicine Institute in the Department of Kidney Medicine. She discusses genetic testing and kidney disease management with the podcast's host, Dr. Scott Steele. Listen and learn more about genetic testing, who should consider having a genetic ev…
 
Stress incontinence and overactive bladder are at the center of this Butts & Guts episode. Dr. Howard Goldman, a urologist in Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urologic and Kidney Institute, shares the difference between these two conditions, the symptoms that may occur, when to seek medical attention, and more. He also discusses the advancements being m…
 
Dr. Deborah Goldman is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Cleveland Clinic Children's and joins this episode of Butts & Guts to discuss everything you need to know about hereditary pancreatitis. Listen and learn about what symptoms to look for, how and when to seek treatment, and other facts to be aware of related to this condition.…
 
Dr. Zeyad Schwen joins the Butts & Guts podcast and shares key information about a procedure known as transperineal biopsy. Learn about this safe, more precise way to diagnose prostate cancer, as well as other innovative treatment options, during this episode.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Two special guests from the Cleveland Clinic are featured on this episode of Butts & Guts: Dr. Jacob Kurowski and Dr. Jessica Philpott. Dr. Kurowski is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Cleveland Clinic Children's, and Dr. Philpott is an adult care gastroenterologist. Learn how the two work together to ease young patients who experience Inflammator…
 
Children can face certain struggles as their digestive muscles develop, such as difficulty swallowing or constipation. Dr. Ben Freiberg joins this episode of Butts & Guts to discuss these and other possible digestive conditions that kids may experience and shares how they can be treated.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Fecal (Bowl) Incontinence is more common than people might think. Rebecca Gunter, MD, joins this episode of Butts & Guts and shares insight into this disease, how it can be treated, and offers words of encouragement for bringing it up with a medical professional.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Petar Bajic, MD, is a urologist in the Center for Men’s Health at the Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, specializing in men's health and sexual medicine. He joins the Butts & Guts podcast as the special guest on this episode to discuss how certain diet and lifestyle changes can help men who experience Erectile Dysfunction…
 
Stephanie Norman, CNP, is the special guest on this episode of Butts & Guts. She is a certified nurse practitioner in Cleveland Clinic's Department of Colorectal Surgery. Listen as she discusses the role of advanced practice providers (APPs) in surgical treatment and what type of care they can provide to patients.…
 
Cristiano Quintini, MD, is the Program Director and Surgical Director of Cleveland Clinic's Liver Transplantation Program. In this episode of Butts and Guts, Dr. Quintini provides insight into what information is considered prior to a liver transplant and also discusses several strategies that be implemented when performing this type of surgery.…
 
Amy Lightner, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and innovative treatments using stem cell therapy at Cleveland Clinic's Center for Regenerative Medicine & Surgery. Dr. Lightner also gives an update on the 2022 Sherman Prize and how you can submit a nomination.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
The body’s cells need a steady supply of fuel (known as glucose) in order to properly function. Kadakkal Radhakrishnan, MD, Director of Nutrition and Intestinal Rehabilitation at Cleveland Clinic Children's, discuss what happens when the body isn't able to use glucose the right way, also known as glycogen storage disease.…
 
Listen to this week's Butts & Guts to learn more about Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).Tracy Hull, MD, Vice Chair of Cleveland Clinic's Department of Colorectal Surgery, also shares fertility considerations that are part of a patient's treatment plan.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Colorectal surgeon Joshua Sommovilla, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss common procedures performed on older adults and considerations taken to ensure optimal recovery time. Dr. Sommovilla also provides an update on minimally invasive surgical research that will further benefit patients.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Butts & Guts kicks off Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month with Patricia Ajayi-Fox, MD, a gastroenterologist in Cleveland Clinic's Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute. Listen as she discusses the importance of getting screened for colorectal cancer, and the concerning disparities in the Black community regarding screening and outcomes.…
 
Returning guest Darrell Cass, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss Cleveland Clinic's recent fetal surgery, only the 2nd of its kind in the world. Listen as Dr. Cass shares how a multidisciplinary surgical team removed a tumor growing on baby Rylan's heart while he was a 26-week-old fetus.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Obesity is a complex chronic disease that has reached pandemic levels and requires long-term, multispecialty management. Roberto Simons-Linares, MD, Director of Bariatric Endoscopy at Cleveland Clinic, joins Butts & Guts to discuss treatment options and the personalized care provided in our Bariatric Endoscopy Program.…
 
Typically, organs for transplantation are obtained from deceased donors. Unfortunately, there are not enough deceased donor organs available for everyone who needs a transplant and, as a result, the number of patients on the transplant waiting list continues to grow. Koji Hashimoto, MD, PhD joins Butts & Guts to discuss living donor liver transplan…
 
Shubha Bhat, PharmD joins the Butts & Guts podcast to discuss Cleveland Clinic's unique inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patient-centered medical home and how a clinical pharmacist collaborates with a team of gastroenterologists, surgeons, nutritionists, dietitians, nurses, nurse practitioners and psychologists to capture the needs of a patient dea…
 
Listen to this week's Butts & Guts as Hannah Kerr, MD discusses kidney transplants, a new topic for the podcast. Learn answers to common questions on kidney transplants, and how innovations in surgical techniques provide a better quality of life for patients undergoing the procedure.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Angelika Erwin, MD, PhD and Rabi Hanna, MD join Butts & Guts to discuss the unique topic of lysosomal storage diseases. While rare, these diseases can affect organs throughout the body and even lead to death if untreated. Listen as Dr. Erwin and Dr. Hanna share common symptoms, how these are diagnosed, and how Cleveland Clinic Children's treats you…
 
Dietician Julia Zumpano joins Butts & Guts for a special episode of Dr. Steele's favorite game, Truth or Myth. With the holidays coming up, learn more about common questions on topics like dieting, superfoods, coffee, vitamins and more to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
The Patient Perspectives series returns to Butts & Guts with Brittney, a patient of Dr. Steele's who fought young-onset colorectal cancer. Listen as Brittney shares her patient journey from symptoms to diagnosis to treatment, and how her family and faith helped her through those challenging times.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Butts & Guts continues our Breast Cancer Awareness Month series with Julie Lang, MD and Stephanie Valente, MD discussing lymphovenous bypass surgery and its connection to breast cancer. Learn more about this procedure and the advances being made in breast surgery at Cleveland Clinic.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Radiologist Laura Dean, MD joins Butts & Guts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to discuss commonly asked questions about screening for this disease. Topics include the recommended age for a mammogram, 2D vs. 3D screenings, breast cancer in men, and more.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Emre Gorgun, MD joins Butts & Guts for a third time to give listeners a refresher on the differences between rectal cancer and colon cancer, as well as share an exciting update on new surgical approaches that leave patients with an improved quality of life post-treatment.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Eric Klein, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, joins this special episode of Butts & Guts to discuss unique breakthroughs - from screening to diagnosis to treatment - that will improve prostate cancer care for men everywhere.…
 
Dysphagia (also known as difficulty swallowing) is a symptom of many different medical conditions. Cleveland Clinic Florida gastroenterologist Alison Schneider, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss swallowing disorders as well as treatment and therapies that can improve quality of life for those suffering with these issues.…
 
While colonoscopy is the gold standard of colorectal cancer screenings, it's certainly not the only method to detect this disease. Cleveland Clinic Florida gastroenterologist Brenda Jimenez, MD, joins Butts & Guts to discuss how flexible sigmoidoscopies, FIT tests, and other screenings compare to a colonoscopy.…
 
In 2020, Cleveland Clinic was the first hospital in the world to use a recently FDA-approved ablation technology that can destroy large liver tumors. Eren Berber, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Surgical Liver Tumor Ablation Program, joins Butts & Guts to discuss liver tumors, treatment options, and this innovative ablation procedure.…
 
Michael Cline, DO, Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Gastroparesis Clinic, joins Butts & Guts to give a refresher on gastroparesis (partial paralysis of the stomach). Dr. Cline also gives an update on new research on the connection between certain autoimmune disorders and this disease.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Like with other organs, the need for liver donations outweighs the supply of available donors. Cristiano Quintini, MD, Program Director and Surgical Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Liver Transplantation Program joins Butts & Guts to discuss the importance of this surgery, common questions and misconceptions, and innovations taking place with living …
 
Colorectal cancer is one of the leading cancer diagnoses for both men and women in the United States. As of May 2021, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force recommends that screenings for colorectal cancer start at age 45, as compared to the prior recommendation of age 50. Listen in as Butts & Guts host Scott Steele, MD shares his thoughts on th…
 
In recent years there's been a rapid increase of fatty liver disease diagnoses. Dr. Jamile Wakim-Fleming, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Fatty Liver Disease Program, joins Butts & Guts to discuss this disease along with dietary and lifestyle changes that can improve the condition.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
You may know someone (or maybe it's happened to you!) who has either had problems with gallstones or had their gallbladder removed. Diya Alaedeen, MD, Section Chief for the Department of General Surgery at Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital joins Butts & Guts to discuss this common issue, how gallstones form, and how they're treated.…
 
Hard to detect, pancreatic cancer is usually not found until advanced stages which leads to increased mortality. Listen as Robert Simon, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss signs and symptoms you should know, as well as innovative surgical procedures that can remove affected tissue.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
April is Donate Life Month, and Butts & Guts is excited to have Charles Miller, MD, Cleveland Clinic's Enterprise Director of Transplantation, join to discuss the important topic of organ donation. Learn about common questions and misconceptions about becoming a donor, and the innovative ways Cleveland Clinic's Transplant Center is providing better…
 
Each year, lives are saved and transformed because of innovative transplant expertise. Anil Vaidya, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Intestinal Transplant Program, discusses incidence rates and types of intestinal transplants, when they are needed, and what's on the horizon for improving quality of life post-transplant.…
 
Sarah Vogler, MD joins Butts & Guts to wrap up Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month 2021. Listen as she discusses colorectal cancer symptoms to watch out for, as well as updates in screening guidelines and colonoscopy prep.Bởi Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
The 4th Angel Mentoring Program is an innovative, interactive approach to cancer support in which patients and caregivers are matched with trained volunteers. Matches are primarily made based on similar age and cancer experiences to best empower caregivers and patients with knowledge, awareness, hope and a helping hand. Listen as coordinator Mary J…
 
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in the United States, but advances in early detection and treatment make it one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer. David Liska, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Weiss Center, joins Butts & Guts to discuss the hereditary …
 
There's been a rapidly evolving paradigm shift in cancer treatment, and immunotherapy has been on the leading edge. While this practice has been around for a long time, new studies and trials have lead to a better understanding about how to best attack cancers. Oncologist Alok Khorana, MD joins Butts & Guts to dive into immunotherapy and how it's b…
 
With advances in pediatric cancer treatment now allowing more than 80 percent of children to survive at least five years (and hopefully many more) after diagnosis, addressing the long-term negative consequences of treatment is increasingly important. Infertility is a top concern, and pediatric oncologist Seth Rotz, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss …
 
The holidays are over, and many are thinking about losing some weight as we begin the new year. When a large amount of weight loss is being considered, bariatric surgery could be an option. Jesse Gutnick, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss this procedure, obesity, BMI, and criteria for bariatric surgery candidates. Plus, learn what patients can expec…
 
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