Clinical Case Database / Category: Patient Management
CE Owers, R Ackroyd
Foundation Years Journal, volume 6, issue 4, p.30 (123Doc Education, London, April 2012)
Mr X is a fit and well 54 year old gentleman, who has suffered from postprandial dyspepsia for approximately 2 years. Previously relieved by simple antacids, the pain has become progressively worse and now occurs at night as well as after meals. His general practitioner had prescribed him a course of omeprazole.
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