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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Similarly in this study UGI-scopy showed lax cardia and fundal gastritis in 7 (10.6%), chronic diffuse erosive gastritis in 1 (1.5%), lax cardia and grade b esophagitis in 5 (7.8%), scattered gastric erosions in fundus and antrum in 2 (3.0%), periampullary diverticulum in second part of duodenum in 1 (1.5%), lax cardia with fundal gastritis and grade a esophagitis in 3 (4.5%), diffuse chronic gastritis in 2 (3.0%), lax cardia with bile reflux esophagitis and duodenitis in 1 (1.5%), lax cardia and hiatus hernia in 1 (1.5%), bile reflux gastritis in 1 (1.5%).
Small bowel biopsy showed mild duodenitis but no villous atrophy was seen.
Most are benign and associated with peptic injury, duodenitis, or inflammatory lesions; however, a small subset is neoplastic with the potential for progression to adenocarcinoma.
It's true, I sneaked into @BupaCromHosp yesterday, gave myself a gastroscopy under sedation when nobody was looking, then diagnosed myself with fake gastritis & duodenitis, and sneaked out again."
The 53-year-old finally ended rumours and revealed his urgent medical care was down to gastritis and duodenitis, otherwise known as inflammation of the stomach and small bowel,reports the Mirror.
Piers hit back at claims that he "diagnosed [himself] with fake gastritis and duodenitis" with a sarcastic jibe.
Following lesions were considered as source of IDA on EGD: Esophagitis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, carcinoma, polyps, gastritis or duodenitis, candidiasis, esophageal and duodenal strictures, portal gastropathy and esophageal varices, gastric and small bowel mass, celiac disease.
Twenty (71.4%) out of 28 duodenal biopsies were positive (chronic active duodenitis in 17 patients while ulceration, superficial mucosal necrosis, heavy infiltrates in lamina propria, mild excess in plasma cells, cryptitis, focal crypt abscess, and crypt hyperplasia each in one patient).
She had a similar presentation three months earlier at which time an esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) revealed a 1.5-cm deep punched-out duodenal ulcer with adherent clot in the proximal duodenal sweep, erosive duodenitis and gastritis, two pinpoint ulcers in the prepyloric region, and an 8mm clean based duodenal bulb ulcer.
Esophagogastroduodenoscopy revealed erosive esophagitis, mild pangastritis and duodenitis with biliary reflux.