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Organische Ursachen sind selten

Kind mit chronischen Bauchschmerzen: Wann steckt was Ernstes dahinter?

Abdominal pain in children: Rational diagnostics in the outpatient department

Rezidivierende Bauchschmerzen bei Kindern sind ein häufiger Grund für die Vorstellung beim Arzt. Aber nur selten haben die Beschwerden eine organische Ursache. Welche Basisdiagnostik hilft bei der Abklärung weiter? Was ist wenig hilfreich? Wann sollten Sie das Kind zu einem Spezialisten für pädiatrische Gastroenterologie überweisen?

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Danksagung: Wir danken Prof. S. Koletzko für die wertvolle(n) Diskussion, Kommentare und Hinweise.

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Schwerd, T., Bufler, P. Kind mit chronischen Bauchschmerzen: Wann steckt was Ernstes dahinter?. MMW - Fortschritte der Medizin 159, 60–66 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s15006-017-9952-3

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  • Abdominal pain
  • children
  • diagnostics