An approach to the patient with unexplained chest pain.

van Rensburg C.J. (2004)


After coronary artery disease has been excluded as a cause for unexplained chest pain, oesophageal disease must be considered. Ambulatory pH monitoring reveals abnormal oesophageal acid exposure in 50% of patients with recurrent non-cardiac chest pain.

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