Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, February 18th, 2005
According to the review from Scotland, "In Western populations, many individuals with symptoms of gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) do not bother to seek medical attention because their symptoms are mild and acceptably controlled by self-medication."
R.C. Heading of the Royal Infirmary in Glasgow continued, "Among those who do consult physicians, only a minority present with the classical clinical symptoms of heartburn and regurgitation: more often the pattern is a nonspecific combination of upper gastrointestinal...
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