The aim of treatment is symptom relief for the patient

June 2015
New Zealand Doctor;6/10/2015, p38
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a 35-year-old man who experienced abdominal pain, feels bloated, and slightly nauseated with the pain. He was diagnosed with functional dyspepsia which is a chronic disorder of sensation and movement in the upper digestive tract. It notes that the treatment of dyspepsia differ in terms of symptoms resolution. INSET: Dyspepsia is not always ulcer disease.


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