|Dyspepsia is a common symptom presenting to clinicians. Approximately two-thirds of these patients have no discernible organic cause while the remaining third have a cause that once eliminated results in resolution of symptoms. The Rome III committee has suggested that the term non-ulcer dyspepsia no longer be used for patients without an organic etiology. The preferred term is idiopathic dyspepsia. Symptom complexes can be classic, ulcer-like dyspepsia, dysmotility- like ( early satiety, nausea, and post-prandial discomfort), or undifferentiated. Research has shown that gastric arrhythmias are responsible for many cases of idiopathic dyspepsia.
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