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An overview of nausea/vomiting in palliative medicine.

Abstract
Nausea, vomiting and retching are among the most distressing symptoms that palliative care may experience. This article presents a brief overview of various medical conditions/treatments that may lead to nausea/vomiting/retching as well as potential mechanisms/neurotransmitters/receptors that may be involved and thus may represent therapeutic targets for antiemetic treatments.
AuthorsHowards S Smith, Joshua M Smith, Alyssa R Smith
JournalAnnals of palliative medicine (Ann Palliat Med) Vol. 1 Issue 2 Pg. 103-14 (Jul 2012) ISSN: 2224-5820 [Print] China
PMID25841470 (Publication Type: Journal Article)

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