THE INCIDENCE OF NON ULCER DYSPEPSIA AND ITS RESPONSE TO TREATMENT
AbstractBackground: This study was undertaken to identify Non Ulcer Dyspepsia (NUD) in young patients presenting withpeptic ulcer like symptoms. Their response to treatment was also determined. Methods: 100 patients between the agesof 20-40 of both sexes were included in the study. Investigations done were Chest X-ray Plain Abdominal X-ray.ECG, ESR, LFTs Amylase Abdominal Ultrasound and upper G1 endoscopy. All, patients then received 6-weektherapy with Omeprazole and Helicobacter Pylori eradication with Clarithromycin and tinidazole. Results: NUD wasby far the most common cause (59°/o) in both the sexes. Response to therapy was unsatisfactory. Conclusions: Thisrelatively newly discovered clinical entity should be kept in mind while dealing with patients presenting withrefractory dyspeptic symptoms
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