IBS is a condition in which the bowels do not function properly, yet there is no diagnosis of an actual disease. There are a number of symptoms, including pain or discomfort that goes away after one or more bowel movements.
Ulcers are breaks in the lining of the stomach or duodenum that hurt due to exposure to gastric acids. Most ulcers are caused by an infection called Helicobacter pylori (HP), and can be cured by appropriate antibiotic treatment.
When a mass that needs to be biopsied is too close to a vital organ or blood vessel, an EUS-Guided Fine Needle Aspiration is performed using an endoscope and a needle that is inserted into the area in question.
Our physicians and surgeons strive to provide you with the care and information you want.
Reaching out to the professional community, knowing that education is the key to better medicine.
A wide variety of clinical trials and research are the basis of our search for better G.I. solutions.
Dr. Gregory Coté, MD MSAssociate Professor of Medicine
Dr. Gregory Coté completed his medical school, internal medicine residency, chief medical residency, and gastroenterology fellowship at Northwestern University in Chicago, followed by one year of advanced endoscopic training at Washington University in St. Louis. He then joined the faculty at Indiana University.
Dr. Coté is the principal or co-principal investigator for several ongoing clinical research studies including strategies for the treatment of benign bile duct strictures and ERCP-based tissue sampling of indeterminate bile duct strictures.
Why should I visit the Medical University of South Carolina?
Your doctor will probably agree with you about your preference to come to MUSC. We offer excellent patient care at a state-of-the-art facility, in a historic setting in the southeastern United States. Our doctors are nationally ranked among the highest in the nation. We employ a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of patients using the latest technology in medicine.