FUNCTIONAL DYSPEPSIA. EVIDENCES IN PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT

FUNCTIONAL DYSPEPSIA. EVIDENCES IN PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Digestivo
ISBN:
978-981-13-1073-7
Páginas:
187
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
61
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

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135,20 €

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1. Definition and Prevalence
2. Genetic Factor
3. Environmental Factors
4. Neuro-gastroenterology: Central and Autonomic Nervous System
5. Neuro-gastroenterology: Enteric Nervous System
6. Neuro-gastroenterology: Esophagogastric Function (Motility)
7. Neuro-gastroenterology: Gastroduodenal Function (Motility) and Ultrasonographic Assessment
8. Ghrelin and Functional Dyspepsia
9. Psycho-gastroenterology
10. Visceral Hypersensitivity Through Transient Receptor Potential Vanilloid 1 Channels (TRPV1) in Functional Dyspepsia
11. Efficacy of Acid Suppression Therapy
12. Prokinetics
13. Herbal Medicine
14. Gut Dysbiosis and Its Treatment in Patients with Functional Dyspepsia
15. Visceral Hypersensitivity in Functional Dyspepsia (FD): Therapeutic Approaches to FD Based on Suppression of Visceral Hypersensitivity
16. Pancreatic Exocrine Function

The research and outcomes presented in this book gather evidence concerning both the pathogenesis and treatment of functional dyspepsia. It provides the latest information on this common non-organic disease, indicating its characteristic pathogenesis based on the brain-gut interaction and micro-environment and evidence gleaned from clinical treatment. Since the pathogenesis is associated with psychology, neurology, endocrinology and bacteriology in addition to gastroenterological physiology, it is often intractable and finding a suitable treatment rationale is challenging. Furthermore, the pathogenesis varies around the world and the efficacy of treatment using standard drugs varies among different populations worldwide; accordingly, this book highlights evidence gained in clinical trials in Japan.
Functional Dyspepsia is a milestone produced by respected experts. Addressing unique topics and new findings of treatment including challenging and/or future rationales, it offers an invaluable resource for general clinicians, gastroenterologists, and basic researchers alike.

Features
• Provides evidence concerning both the pathogenesis and treatment of the common non-organic disease
• Indicates characteristic pathogenesis based on the brain-gut interaction and micro-environment and evidence gleaned from clinical treatment
• Offers an invaluable resource for general clinicians, gastroenterologists, and basic researchers alike

Authors
• Kazunari Tominaga, Osaka Medical College, Second Department of Internal Medicine, Takatsuki, Japan
• Hiroaki Kusunoki, Kawasaki Medical School, Department of General Medicine, Kurashiki, Japan