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dyspepsiadys‧pep‧si‧a /dɪsˈpepsiə, -ˈpepʃə/ noun [uncountable]  MIa problem that your body has in dealing with the food you eat syn indigestion
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dyspepsiaSimilarly our study found a strong association between dyspepsia and colonisation by Helicobacter pylori in patients taking NSAIDs.New events, new information or simply an irrational wave of national dyspepsia can change public mood toward its leaders overnight.There were no signficant differences between the surface and underground workers for attendance at the dyspepsia clinic or the endoscopy unit.Patients were excluded from further examination after their dyspepsia clinic visit if they had severe concurrent cardiovascular or respiratory disease.
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