Gastrointestinales Gas

  • N. W. Read
Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)


Klagen über gastrointestinales Gas wie übermäßiges Rülpsen, störendes Entweichen von Wind aus dem Anus, Bauchschmerzen und Blähungsgefühl gehören zu den häufigsten Symptomen von Patienten einer Magen-Darm-Klinik.


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