Jennifer Eversmann

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AIM Symptoms of gastroparesis are very diverse. Classifying patients by predominant symptom may improve management strategy. GOAL To validate a new symptom-predominant classification for gastroparesis using symptom severity and quality-of-life measures. STUDY Subjects with gastroparesis for >2 months were prospectively enrolled. A physician classified(More)
OBJECTIVES Manifestations of gastroparesis are heterogeneous and clinical complications are poorly defined. Misconceptions of gastroparesis may be common. The objective was to determine physicians' perception of gastroparesis and identify areas that need further research and education. METHODS A physician survey was prospectively developed and tested. The(More)
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