non-ulcer dyspepsia

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functional dyspepsia

Dyspepsia without endoscopic or histologic evidence of an organic disease to explain the symptoms.

non-ulcer dyspepsia

GI disease A condition characterized by ulcer Sx in absence of ulceration; 30-60% of dyspeptics have no demonstrable gross lesions Clinical Sx range from a classic duodenal ulcer–epigastric burning 1-3 hrs after meals, relieved by food or alkali to functional indigestion–bloating, belching, fullness, and nausea, not relieved by antacids and worsened by meals; fat intolerance is common Endoscopy The duodenal mucosa demonstrates edema, erythema, petechial hemorrhage, erosions. See GERD. Cf Dumping syndrome.
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