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Ilana Gurevich ND

Managing an H. pylori Infection with High-Risk Virulence Factors

by Ilana Gurevich, ND, NSOM, FABNG Using GI-MAP to Find the Root Cause of Nausea and Abdominal Pain Cristina is a 58-year-old female who presented to my clinic with persistent nausea. For the year before seeing me, she felt so nauseous upon awakening that she felt the urge to... read more »
Ilana Gurevich ND

GI-MAP Case Review for a Patient with Microscopic Colitis

by Ilana Gurevich, ND, NSOM, FABNG When Conventional Treatment for Microscopic Colitis Fails to Resolve Symptoms Sarah is a 45-year-old woman who presented to my clinic with chronic diarrhea and a host of diagnoses. She was diagnosed, by biopsy, with celiac disease at age 35... read more »
GI-MAP Accuracy

GI-MAP Inaccurate? We Think Not.

Response from Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory We'd like to thank everyone for their interest in the GI-MAP® stool test, especially the thousands of practitioners who trust GI-MAP as an essential tool in their clinical practice. Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory (DSL) would like to provide... read more »
 OMX Organic Metabolomics Takes Organic Acid Testing to the Next Level

OMX Organic Metabolomics Takes Organic Acid Testing to the Next Level

Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory has rocked the functional medicine market with its new metabolomics test: OMX™ Organic Metabolomics. After 30 years of organic acid testing in the functional medicine industry, this test provides a fresh, updated, and much-needed improvement on the organic acid... read more »
Dysbiosis & Inflammation - Connecting the Dots with Cytokine Profiling

Gas & Histamine Producers on GI-MAP

IBS and SIBO are commonly-diagnosed gastrointestinal disorders that can often be challenging for practitioners to effectively treat. GI-MAP® can help practitioners gain breakthrough insights into potential underlying causes and contributors to IBS, SIBO, and related conditions, as well as... read more »
Beyond Breath Testing: Using the GI-MAP to Uncover the Other Players in SIBO

Beyond Breath Testing: Using the GI-MAP to Uncover the Other Players in SIBO

Description SIBO is on the top of everyone’s mind these days. In this blog by Dr. Amy Rolfsen we review why SIBO breath testing by itself just isn’t enough. To design an effective treatment protocol the first time, we need the whole picture of gut health, including digestion, immunity, commensals,... read more »
Focusing on Fecal Elastase-1 with GI-MAP to Diagnose Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency

Focusing on Fecal Elastase-1 with GI-MAP to Diagnose Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency

By Ilana Gurevich, ND, L.Ac. Fecal Elastase-1 (Define?) Uprooting Underlying Causes of a Common Patient Complaint Diarrhea is one of the most common patient complaints in clinical practice. The underlying causes of diarrhea are complex and multifactorial. The goal... read more »
Methodology Matters - Dr. David Brady

qPCR Testing for GI Pathogens

Methodology Matters in Diagnostic Stool Testing By David M. Brady, ND, DC, CCN, DACBN, IFMCP, FACN and Cass Nelson-Dooley, MS Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. David Brady, is featured on the cover of the January 2021 issue of the Townsend Letter. Read the article, "Methodology Matters in Diagnostic... read more »

Response to Doctor's Data Inc (DDI) Funded Study

A qualitative assay (reporting only Positive/Negative results) cannot be used to determine the sensitivity of a quantitative assay (which reports numbers of detected organisms at levels as low as 10 cells/gram of stool). The BioFire and Meridian assays are designed to detect only high... read more »