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Abdominal pain precipitated by food

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Abdominal pains precipitated by food include those caused by:

  • gastric ulceration, typically ten minutes after food
  • biliary colic, which patients find is most commonly precipitated by fatty foods
  • chronic mesenteric ischaemia
  • rarely, gastric carcinoma

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