Whats a pediatric gastroenterology clinic?

See below. A pediatric gastroenterology clinic specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children with disease of the esophagus, stomach, intestine, colon, liver and pancreas.
Specialist. A pediatric GI specialist is a pediatrician who has trained in the care of children that took additional training to specifically work with issues of digestion. They are often who we refer more complex GI cases to and often are Board Certified in their specialty.
Pediatric GI Clinic. Diagnosis & treatment of gastrointestinal conditions/diseases of children, adolescents and young adults. Many will see patients from infancy to age 21. Clinic focuses on esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and hereditary diseases.
Kid stomach problems. It is a clinic that deals with children typically up to age 18 who are not pregnant and who have stomach, intestinal, liver, gall bladder, or colon diseases.

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What are the differences between gastroenterology and pediatric gastroenterology?

Pediatrics. Main difference is gastroenterologists will see adults, pediatrics will usually see till 18-21, depending on the group. Read more...
Adults and Children. Most Gastroenterologists are Internal Medicine Trained doctors who after finishing 3 years of Internal Medicine residency go on to do Fellowship training in Gastroenterological Diseaes of adults Pedoatric Gastroenterologists are Pediatric trained who after doing Pediatric Residency go on to to do Fellowship training in GI Disorders of children up to age 21 and they only treat in this age group. Read more...