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Refluxtherapie pp 374-390 | Cite as

Notwendige Diagnostik: Funktionstests

  • W. Berges
  • M. Wienbeck
Conference paper
Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Funktionstests stellen bei der Mehrzahl der Kranken mit Refluxkrankheit eine nützliche, aber nicht obligate Entscheidungshilfe neben Klinik und Endoskopie dar. Aus praktischen Erwägungen muß die Indikationsstellung i. allg. auf besondere Problemfälle eingegrenzt werden, wie sie in Tabelle 1 aufgeführt sind.

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  • M. Wienbeck

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