Functional Dyspepsia - Signs, Symptoms and Pathophysiology
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Functional Dyspepsia - Signs, Symptoms and Pathophysiology

Delayed gastric emptying - Postprandial fullness, nausea, vomiting

Hypersensitivity to gastric distention - Epigastric pain, belching, weight loss

Impaired accommodation - Early satiety, weight loss

H. pylori infection - Epigastric pain

Duodenal lipid hypersensitivity - Nausea

Duodenal acid hypersensitivity - Nausea

Duodenal eosinophilia - Early satiety, postprandial fullness, abdominal pain

Unsuppressed phasic contractility - Bloating, absence of nausea

Atypical nonerosive reflux disease - Epigastric pain



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Dr. Michael Chew
@mchew85
GrepMed Gastroenterology-Hepatology Editor, Academic Hospitalist UC Davis Medical Center Internal Medicine, Yale Gastroenterology Fellow '22
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