duodenitis


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duodenitis

(ˌdjuːəʊdɪˈnaɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of the duodenum
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duodenitis

n duodenitis f
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Helicobacter are bacteria found in the intestine and liver and are associated with peptic ulcers, chronic gastritis, duodenitis and stomach cancer.
Out of these 100 cases, 46 cases (46%) showed histological features consistent with celiac disease, while 38 cases (38%) revealed chronic non specific duodenitis, 2 cases (2%) were of giardiasis, while 14 biopsies (14%) were unremarkable with no significant pathology.
For example, Gastritis and duodenitis and Asthma, exemplifying extremely common conditions that are routinely cared for in all hospitals, returned regionalization indices close to zero (both 0.
La notable congestion aguda y la friabilidad de la mucosa duodenal proximal ("no resiste a la pinza") hacen pensar en una duodenitis aguda predecesora de ulceras de estres que no alcanzaron a producirse o que, por incipientes, pasaron inadvertidas a los disectores; en cualquiera de los casos no cabe el diagnostico anatomico.
Retrospectively, we learned that it was acute duodenitis due to hyper infection.
All subjects with gastric erosions/ulcers, duodenitis and hiatus hernia were also treated with proton pump inhibitors.
Urease is also a key enzyme utilized by bacterium Helicobacter pylori, which constitutes a virulence factor in human infections, such as chronic gastritis, peptic ulceration, duodenitis, gastric cancer and urinary stone formation [13-15].
14(7%) patients had evidence of gastritis and/or duodenitis with/without ulcers.
Gastritis Normal y duodenitis erosiva Estudios Patologia de mucosa gastrica- antro y duodenal Patologia inclusiones citopaticas virales en mucosa gastrica y duodenal compatibles con infeccion por CMV confirmado con inmunohistoquimica.
2) and a prepyloric ulcer with overlying slough (Figs 3 and 4); and duodenum--D1 and D2 duodenitis.
I had, through my own negligence, developed a severe case of duodenitis [ulceration of the small intestine].
In addition, incorrect and misleading sources of bleeding, such as a coincidental gastritis, duodenitis, or peptic ulcer, can be detected (1) and AEF may be excluded.