When functional dyspepsia was broken down into the two subtypes, anxiety was associated with postprandial distress syndrome but not with epigastric pain
In the group of patients treated with EPE300 mg, the reported adverse reactions were six (23%): somnolence of slight intensity (2), epigastric pain
of severe intensity (1), vertigo (1) and urinary retention (1) with a doubtful relationship to the medication since the patient had a history of nephritic colic, and slight anorexia (1).
The epigastric pain
symptoms subsided and the patient remained well after 6 months of sobriety.
and abdominal tenderness, along with bloating, nausea, anorexia, and diarrhea are general signs of gastrointestinal invasion.
The ADRs of the BSE therapy included loose motions in one, epigastric pain
and nausea in one, which responded to usual symptomatic treatment.
The patients who received the red pepper capsule experienced a 60 percent reduction in epigastric pain
, fullness, and nausea, compared to a 30 percent reduction in the placebo group.
Intake of drinking water or beverages with elevated copper concentrations can induce acute gastrointestinal symptoms, such as epigastric pain
, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea (11).
A SUCCESS is reflected in the reduction of symptoms such as heartburn and epigastric pain
Pain from osteoporosis and epigastric pain
also was common.
Six HMOs participated in the study, which included five diseases typically managed on an outpatient basis: asthma, otitis media, arthritis, epigastric pain
or ulcers and hypertension.
The 41-year old man sought treatment in November 2006 for fatigue, dyspnea, and epigastric pain
of 4 weeks' duration and weight loss of 10 kg.
Superior mesenteric artery compression syndrome, also known as Wilkie's syndrome, duodenal vascular compression syndrome, cast syndrome, or arteriomesenteric duo denal compression syndrome, (1,2,3) is clinically manifested as postprandial epigastric pain
and/or fullness accompanied by nausea, vomiting and weight loss.
The role of emergency ultrasound in the diagnosis of acute non-traumatic epigastric pain
An 87-year-old man presented with a 1-month history of worsening intermittent "burning" epigastric pain
that radiated to his substernal area.
Of these, 208 had dysmotilitylike dyspepsia, characterized by satiety or fullness, and 88 had ulcerlike dyspepsia, characterized by epigastric pain