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Are you inquisitive to learn about gastroesophageal reflux disease? If yes, then you have arrived at the right place. This sqadia.com V learning medical lecture provides a detailed elucidation of pathogenesis of GERD, clinical features along with the related diseases. Furthermore, diagnosis, clinical course and complications have also been explicated in-detail. In the end, our educator has shed light on the treatment of GERD.
Pathogenesis of GERD
The educator started off by highlighting about the antireflux barriers. Following this, mechanism of reflux, hiatal hernia and acid pocket has been conversed about. In the end, esophageal clearance and gastric factors have been discussed comprehensively.
Clinical Features and Related Diseases
The major emphasis of this section is on the clinical features and related diseases. Initially, clinical features and esophageal syndromes have been mentioned. Subsequently, extra-esophageal syndrome and manifestations together with the differential diagnosis has been highlighted. Conclusively, associated conditions have been talked about.
Diagnosis of GERD
First and foremost, tests for diagnosis of GERD has been conversed about in tabular form. Afterwards, empirical trial of acid suppression and endoscopy has been expansively shed light on. The discussion continues to esophageal reflux testing.
Clinical Course and Complications
The objective of this section is clinical course and complications. In the commencement, nonerosive disease and its distinct subsets have been mentioned. Later, erosive disease has been highlighted. The section does not end here. Our educator brings the curtain down by explicating about complications of GERD.
Treatment of GERD
Treatment of GERD is the focal point of this section. Our educator has primarily talked about the lifestyle modifications. Following this, medical and surgical treatment has been deliberated. In the end, treatment of peptic esophageal stricture has been delineated.