Liberal railings against ‘tax cuts for the wealthy’ usually leave me feeling quite dyspeptic .
Among the main entrées, only the braised pork belly drew much praise from the collection of prim, quietly dyspeptic foodies arrayed at my table.
Some were grateful for the advice; others were amused, acerbic, occasionally even dyspeptic .
They are trying to get around Dean's fight-back persona by portraying him as a dyspeptic , impetuous fool.
Investigation of dyspeptic patients by test and endoscopy increased the use of resources without producing benefit.
Most dyspeptic patients have no clinically significant abnormalities on investigation.
Barry confessed a few years ago that he's a raving libertarian - just the kind of dyspeptic crank who would take pleasure in thumbing Washington in the eye.
In populations with a high incidence of ulcer disease, the authors recommend antibiotic treatment for all H. pylori-positive, dyspeptic patients.
An H pylori test and treat strategy in high risk patients would result in prescription of eradication therapy in only 9.6% of all dyspeptic patients, 26% of whom would have a peptic ulcer.
Such a strategy involves treating dyspeptic patients positive for H pylori without actual ulcer disease.