Gastroenteritis can increase risk of dyspepsia years later

03/1/2010 | Reuters

Serious gastroenteritis infections could increase the risk of functional dyspepsia years after the infection, a study found. Researchers said the infection may cause low-grade inflammation in the intestine that trigger dyspepsia symptoms.

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