Stomach tumbling or stirring

Introduction

Introduction

Gastric tumbling or agitation, mostly self-reported in patients with autonomic nervous disorders in the form of neurosis. A somatic autonomic disorder is a neurosis-like syndrome caused by a physical disorder in the organ system (such as the cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and respiratory systems) that is mainly innervated by the autonomic nervous system.

Pathogen

Cause

The principle of the disease is still unclear. It is generally believed that the weakening of the individual's nervous system is related to the unsound personality traits.

Examine

an examination

Related inspection

Gastrointestinal angiography

(1) Diagnostic criteria consistent with physical form disorders.

(2) At least the following two organ systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, esophagus and stomach, lower gastrointestinal tract, genitourinary system) autonomic nervous excitability signs: 1 heart palpitations. 2 sweating. 3 mouth dry. 4 face fever or flushing.

(3) At least one of the following patients complained of symptoms: 1 chest pain or precordial discomfort. 2 difficulty breathing or excessive ventilation. 3 Slightly exerted force and feeling excessive fatigue. 4 swallowing, hiccups, burning sensation in the chest or upper abdomen. 5 upper abdominal discomfort or stomach tumbling or stirring feeling. 6 times the number of stools increased. 7 frequent urination or difficulty urinating. 8 swelling, swelling or heavy feeling.

(4) There is no evidence that there is a structural or functional disorder in the organ system that the patient is worried about.

(5) It is not only seen when a fear disorder or a panic disorder occurs.

Diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

(1) Diagnostic criteria consistent with physical form disorders.

(2) At least the following two organ systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, esophagus and stomach, lower gastrointestinal tract, genitourinary system) autonomic nervous excitability signs: 1 heart palpitations. 2 sweating. 3 mouth dry. 4 face fever or flushing.

(3) At least one of the following patients complained of symptoms: 1 chest pain or precordial discomfort. 2 difficulty breathing or excessive ventilation. 3 Slightly exerted force and feeling excessive fatigue. 4 swallowing, hiccups, burning sensation in the chest or upper abdomen. 5 upper abdominal discomfort or stomach tumbling or stirring feeling. 6 times the number of stools increased. 7 frequent urination or difficulty urinating. 8 swelling, swelling or heavy feeling.

(4) There is no evidence that there is a structural or functional disorder in the organ system that the patient is worried about.

(5) It is not only seen when a fear disorder or a panic disorder occurs.