Celiac Disease

At CTGI, we have physicians with special interest in Celiac Disease who facilitate the diagnosis and management of the condition, and have started a community outreach education program to inform and educate the general public about this disease.

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Colon Cancer Screening

Colon cancer screening is recommended for all individuals beginning at the age of 50. Some patients, such as those with a family history of colon cancer or polyps, inflammatory bowel disease, and some hereditary conditions, may require screening earlier.

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Esophageal Program/Center

Our Esophageal Program offers advanced diagnostic testing and minimally invasive management techniques for many patients with esophageal diseases.We also work closely with Hartford Hospital and The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

Approximately 20% of American adults experience heartburn at least twice per week and over 40% experience symptoms of GERD almost monthly. Associated symptoms include abdominal or chest pain, difficulty swallowing, and chronic cough.

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GI Oncology

Our GI Oncology Program offers advanced staging and minimally invasive management techniques for many patients with cancers or precancerous states in the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, pancreas, bile duct, and liver.

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(IBD) Infusion Center

Connecticut GI provides infusion services for our patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Our patient volume makes us one of the busiest centers in the northeast, with extensive experience in the safe administration of these intravenous medications.

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Care 

We provide comprehensive care of patients with IBD, including Crohn’s Disease (CD) and Ulcerative Colitis (UC). Coordinated care and active communication is extremely important to us.

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Liver Disease Center

Connecticut GI, in partnership with Hartford Hospital, offers comprehensive evaluation and management of liver disease. Our board certified gastroenterologists and hepatologists help patients with both acute and chronic liver disease manage their illnesses and complications.

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Pancreaticobiliary Center

Connecticut GI’s Pancreatobiliary Team routinely provides relatively non-invasive endoscopic procedures (EUS and ERCP) that allow us to diagnose and manage many of these conditions. Many of our patients are referred from gastroenterologists and surgeons outside our center because of the complex and advanced level of care CTGI is able to provide.

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ReShape.™ Non-Surgical Weight Loss Procedure

The ReShape Procedure was specifically designed for patients with a lower BMI (between 30–40). ReShape may be a good weight loss option for people who do not qualify or do not want surgery.

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Small Bowel Disease

While the small intestine has a smaller diameter compared to other parts of the digestive system, it is the longest, with a length of approximately 18 feet. This makes endoscopic evaluation using traditional techniques challenging.

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