Malrotation of gastric fundus is a cause of functional dyspepsia; endoscopic gastropexy is an effective treatment

@article{Chey2003MalrotationOG,
  title={Malrotation of gastric fundus is a cause of functional dyspepsia; endoscopic gastropexy is an effective treatment},
  author={William Y. Chey and George Y Kunze and Katherine L Fulton and Janice A Haller and K Alexandria Silvernail and Kae Yol Lee},
  journal={American Journal of Gastroenterology},
  year={2003},
  volume={98},
  pages={S52-S53}
}
Purpose: The prevalence of gastric (GU) or duodenal ulcers (DU) in NSAID users is 10–30% and ulcer development is highly dependent on intragastric pH. This double-blind, parallel-group, multicenter study evaluated the effect of esomeprazole over 6 months compared with placebo for ulcer prevention, in high risk patients receiving daily NSAID therapy. Methods: We studied 585 H. pylori-negative patients ( 18 y), who had taken non-selective or COX-2 selective NSAIDs for 4 weeks. The patients had no… CONTINUE READING