Virtual reality may improve symptoms, quality of life in functional dyspepsia

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Virtual reality significantly improved symptoms and quality of life in a small subset of patients with functional dyspepsia, a presenter said at the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting.“Functional dyspepsia is a very common disorder of the gut-brain interaction affecting about 10% of the population worldwide, as defined by the ROME IV criteria. … Despite the prevalence of functional dyspepsia, there are no FDA-approved treatment options right now,” David Cangemi, MD, a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, said. “Virtual reality is a veryRead More

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