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Functional dyspepsia (FD) is a group of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders that includes variable combinations of chronic or recurrent upper GI symptoms not explained by structural or biochemical abnormalities. FD accounts for a significant percentage of patients seen in primary care with abdominal...
Functional dyspepsia (FD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are functional diseases without identified organic cause and intruduced as part of the Rome III criteria published in 2006. Because of non‐organic diseases, pharmacological treatment (not invasive surgical treatment) is the preferred...
Asthma runs strongly in families and has a heritability rate of up to 60%. Genetic studies offer a structured means for understanding the causes of asthma and for identifying targets of treatment for the syndrome. As with studies of other common complex diseases, genetic studies of asthma have...
Despite massive intervention from Japan's national and local governments, the skewed distribution of physicians remains a serious social problem. This review paper summarizes past literature and proposes a future strategy to deal with this sophisticated issue based on scientific evidence. There...
Seminal plasma allergy (SPA) is an immunological reaction against human seminal plasma observed in women. SPA is not a well‐known clinical syndrome, considering that there are few epidemiological studies on SPA, and it can often be overlooked or misdiagnosed as other medical conditions. Symptoms...
Background: In home medical care settings, some patients' families always attend provider visits, and others only do so when needed. The clinical background behind this difference is not well defined.
Background: Little is known about the extent that acute asthma is inappropriately treated with antibiotics in Japanese emergency departments (EDs).
Acute aortic dissection (AAD) is a fatal disease and delay in diagnosis results in deteriorated prognosis. A 55‐year‐old man presented to our hospital with aphasia because of a suspected stroke. Although the lack of pain made diagnosis difficult, we diagnosed Stanford type A AD as the underlying...
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