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> Original Article: Can the Clinical History Distinguish Between Organic and Functional Dyspepsia? > Results > Accuracy of Symptoms and Signs > Esophagitis > Clinical Diagnosis >
Figure 69-4 Positive and Negative Likelihood Ratios of Different Approaches to Diagnosing...
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> Make the Diagnosis: Does This Patient With Epigastric Discomfort Have Organic or Functional Dyspepsia? > Prior Probability >
Table 69-1 Prevalence of Endoscopic Diagnoses in Patients With Dyspepsia
Inflammation of the esophagus.
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