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Die Behandlung der gastroösophagealen Refluxkrankheit

  • J. P. Galmiche
  • S. Bruley Des Varannes
  • C. Scarpignato
Conference paper

Zusammenfassung

Der Terminus „gastroösophageale Refluxkrankheit“ umfaßt ein weites Spektrum von Krankheiten, bei denen Reflux aus dem Magen Symptome und/oder eine Schädigung der Ösophagusschleimhaut hervorruft (Abb. 1). Es handelt sich um eine weit verbreitete Erkrankung; epidemiologische Studien in Europa und den USA [1, 2] haben gezeigt, daß 5–15% der Gesamtbevölkerung regelmäßig an Sodbrennen oder Erbrechen leiden. Häufig bestehen allerdings nur milde intermittierende Symptome. Die Betroffenen suchen keine medizinische Hilfe oder werden im Rahmen der Primärversorgung betreut. Am anderen Ende des Krankheitsspektrums finden sich Patienten mit langandauerndem, immer wiederkehrenden Reflux, ständigen Symptomen, schweren Läsionen im Rahmen einer Ösophagitis und Komplikationen wie Strikturen, Blutungen, BarrettÖsophagus oder über die Speiseröhre hinausgehenden Komplikationen (z.B. Asthma, säureinduzierter Laryngitis oder nicht-kardialen Brustschmerzen).

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  • J. P. Galmiche
  • S. Bruley Des Varannes
  • C. Scarpignato

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