water brash


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water brash

[′wȯd·ər ‚brash]
(medicine)
Severe distress caused by regurgitation of gastric acid into the throat.
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101 (50.5%) patients had symptoms of abdominal pain and 62(31%) had water brash. Vomiting was seen in 37(18.5%) patients and 4(2%) patients complained of dysphagia.
Among the other symptoms, only water brash had a significant correlation with positive endoscopic findings (p=0.033).
Among the symptoms, only acid regurgitation (p=0.039) and water brash (p=0.033) showed significant correlation with endoscopic findings.