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Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science

Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science

Specialty

Gastroenterology

Advisor

Dr. Thomas Colletti

Abstract

The diagnoses of gastroparesis has increased within the past several years. Gastroparesis symptoms are traditionally encountered first by the primary care provider. Initial treatment by the primary care physician has traditionally focused on the management of the patient’s signs and symptoms. Medical management often becomes refractory, ultimately necessitating surgery. This article provides a review of medical and traditional surgical management, along with new trends in the surgical management of gastroparesis.

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