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Digestive WVU Healthcare Section of Digestive Diseases offers our referring physician community a complete continuum of digestive disease services. • bile leak or biliary injury • cholangitis • choledocholithiasis • biliary strictures and obstruction • acute, chronic, and recurrent pancreatitis • biliary diseases • pancreatic diseases • requirement for ERCPS, EUS, spyglass, single balloon enteroscope • ERCP in patients with altered anatomy • endoscopic leak and fistula closures • any general GI diseases Diseases John Y. Nasr, MD John Y. Nasr, MD, has joined the WVU Department of Medicine, Section of Digestive Diseases, specializing in gastroenterology and advanced therapeutic endoscopy. Dr. Nasr earned his medical degree Referring physicians are welcome to call at any time for information or transfer of patients with: For more information, please call the MARS line at 800-982-6277. from American University of Beirut, and completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in gastroenterology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He has completed additional training in therapeutic endoscopy and ultrasonography of the gastrointestinal system. Dr. Nasr also specializes in pancreatic and bilary disorders. wvuhealthcare.com Digestive disease services are operated by WVU Hospitals.

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