Published 2000 in Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics
Patients consulting with gastro-oesophageal reflux symptoms (GORS) may differ from nonconsulters.
To describe these differences in a UK population.
A postal questionnaire was sent to 4432 adults. Definitions used were GORS (either heartburn or acid regurgitation on more than six occasions during the previous year), dyspepsia… (More)