Prognose des funktionellen Magen-Darm-Syndroms

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

Zusammenfassung

Obgleich funktionelle Magen-Darm-Störungen einen sehr großen Anteil am Krankengut ausmachen [11, 20, 23, 27, 35] und jedem Arzt vertraut sind, sind sie schlecht zu definieren. Ein wesentlicher Bestandteil der Definition ist die negative Feststellung, daß sie keine organische Erkrankung darstellen. Da organische Veränderungen ausgeschlossen werden müssen, spricht man auch von einer „Ausschlußdiagnose“. Treffender wäre es allerdings, lediglich von einer „Ausschlußdiagnostik“ zu sprechen, denn die charakteristische Symptomatik und Präsentation von Patienten mit funktionellen Magen-Darm-Störungen ermöglichen es dem erfahrenen Arzt häufig, mit großer Treffsicherheit eine positive Diagnose zu stellen [10, 25, 28].

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