Diagnosis of Dyspepsia from Data Collected by a Physician's Assistant

Horrocks, Jane C.; De Dombal, F.T.
August 1975
British Medical Journal;8/16/1975, Vol. 3 Issue 5980, p421
Academic Journal
Studies the diagnosis of dyspepsia from data collected by a physician's assistant. Selection of dyspepsia as clinical problem; Organic causes of dyspepsia; Discussion of the role of paramedical personnel.


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