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Rezidivierende Bauchschmerzen

  • T. Berger
  • U. Damschen

Zusammenfassung

Rezidivierende Bauchschmerzen zählen zu den häufigsten Beschwerdebildern im Kindesalter. Wir beziehen uns in diesem Beitrag auf die Definition von Apley u. Naish [3], die in der Literatur die weiteste Verbreitung gefunden hat.

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  • U. Damschen

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