Functional Gastroduodenal Disorders: Review Provisions IV Rome Consensus
Aim — to perform a critical review of the main provisions of the Rome IV consensus on functional gastroduodenal disorders (FGD). Showing current understanding of the pathogenesis, classification, diagnosis and treatment of FGD.
Conclusion. FGD diagnosis and treatment process consists of various stages, is quite expensive, requiring the involvement of doctors of various specialties. Perform each stage of diagnosis and treatment must be justified and focused on the patient. FGD therapy is time-consuming and requires effort from both the physician and the patient. Its aim is to achieve an optimal quality of life.
Conflicts of Interest: nothing to declare.
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