Is There an Impact of Early GERD on Childhood Otologic Outcome?

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a common problem in children and it has been linked to multiple extraesophageal manifestations. Athough given the inherent unreliability in obtaining data from young patients exists, recent evidence has suggested that children with GERD face increased risk for otologic disease. Explore in detail about the findings on association between GERD and otlogic impairment in children….

 

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