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H Pylori

Aisha Lofters, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
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When a patient presents with atypical GI symptoms, we often suspect Helicobacter pylori as the culprit. Do we need to send them immediately to a GI doc, or can we handle this one on our own? In this segment, Aisha and Neda discuss testing, treatment, and follow up of H pylori in the primary care setting.

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Another indication is a family history of gastric carcinoma peptic ulcer bleed .

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