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Gjentatte magesmerter hos barn

Magesmerter er et av de vanligste symptomene barn opplever. Hos mange barn skyldes det forstyrrelser i fordøyelsessystemets funksjon og bare unntaksvis kroppslig sykdom.

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Dette dokumentet er basert på det profesjonelle dokumentet Residiv. magesmerter hos barn. Referanselisten for dette dokumentet vises nedenfor.

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