Esophageal reflux in older patients with noncardiac chest pain

Klocker, Josef; Bonatti, Hugo; Savoy, Alan D; Achem, Cristina; DeVault, Kenneth R; Wolfsen, Herbert C; Loeb, David S; Stark, Mark E; Bouras, Ernest P; Achem, Sami R
September 2003
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Sep2003 Supplement, Vol. 98, pS14
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Esophageal Reflux in Older Patients With Noncardiac Chest Pain," by Josef Klocker, Hugo Bonatti, Alan D. Savoy, Cristina Achem, Kenneth R. DeVault, Herbert C. Wolfsen, David S. Loeb, Mark E. Stark, Ernest P. Bouras and Sami R. Achem is presented.


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