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Prevalence of colonic diverticulosis in mainland China from 2004 to 2014

Abstract The aim of this research was to determine the presence of colonic diverticulosis in mainland China. The overall diverticulosis prevalence was 1. 9 percent, but out of this, 85 percent was right-sided. Compared to the male group aged > 70 years to the male one aged 41 to 43 years old, diverticulosis was at its peak. The other peak, however, was compared between the group of 51-year-old diverticulosis to the one of > 70 years with left-sided disease. The male gender has been implicated as a risk factor for diverticulosis in the group aged u226470 years, but not for the older patients, according to a multivariate study. In conclusion, the prevalence of colonic diverticulosis in mainland China is very low, but it does not change dramatically on trends over time.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/srep26237


Sex differences in risk factors of uncomplicated colonic diverticulosis in a metropolitan area from Northern China

In a northern metropolis, we investigated gender variations in individual risk factor. Patients with colonic diverticulosis who underwent controlled colonoscopy were questioned regarding medical history and demographic characteristics. In 218 cases out of 4,386 registered patients, colonic diverticulosis was present in 218 cases. Diverticulosis in men was highly correlated with increasing age, red meat u2265100 g/d, smoking, rheumatologic disorders, and NSAIDs, according to a systematic regression study, although not advancing age, BMI, smoking, rheumatologic disorders, colonic polyps, and antihypertensive drugs in women were all associated with diverticulosis in men, however, diverticulo.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-18517-1


An Aberrant Microbiota is not Strongly Associated with Incidental Colonic Diverticulosis

We investigated whether individuals with incidental colonic diverticulosis in the sigmoid colony of 226 subjects with and 309 subjects without diverticula during first-time screening colonoscopy. In cases and controls, there were no evidence of significant correlations between the microbial community and diverticulosis. Overall microbiota profiles were similar to those of proximal only diverticula and distal only diverticula. Diverticula and the mucosal microbiota generally, or by differnticula number and location, according to this large review.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-23023-z

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