Fact Sheet: Gastroesophageal Reflux

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This resource from the American Academy of Otolarygology–Head and Neck Surgery serves as a good starting point for your patients who are just beginning their search for online information on GERD.

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This resource from the American Academy of Otolarygology—Head and Neck Surgery serves as a good starting point for your patients who are just beginning their search for online information on GERD. Here, they’ll find answers to the questions “What is GERD?” and “Who gets GERD?”, as well as information on prevention, symptoms, complications, causes, diagnosis, associated long-term health problems, and when to see a doctor. Site visitors can also link to similar sections of the site focused on pediatric GERD and laryngopharyngeal reflux.

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