Shake, rattle and roil

Patterson, Robert; Stewart, Wayne
December 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/11/2001, Vol. 165 Issue 12, p1590
Academic Journal
Presents the case of a male patient who consumed excessive amounts of a carbonated beverage. Medical history; Symptoms he complained of, including a severe pressure-like sensation; Findings from medical tests, which included an abdominal examination; Results which showed that patient allegedly consumed too much carbon dioxide, causing acute gastric distension and discomfort.


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