gastritis

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gas·tri·tis

 (gă-strī′tĭs)
n.
Chronic or acute inflammation of the stomach, especially of the mucous membrane of the stomach.

gastritis

(ɡæsˈtraɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of the lining of the stomach
gastritic adj

gas•tri•tis

(gæˈstraɪ tɪs)

n.
inflammation of the stomach, esp. of its mucous membrane.
[1800–10]
gas•trit•ic (gæˈstrɪt ɪk) adj.

gastritis

Inflammation of the stomach wall. It can be caused by an excess of hydrochloric acid and can lead to gastric ulcers.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gastritis - inflammation of the lining of the stomach; nausea and loss of appetite and discomfort after eating
inflammation, redness, rubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat
acute gastritis - gastritis caused by ingesting an irritant (as too much aspirin)
chronic gastritis - persistent gastritis can be a symptom of a gastric ulcer or pernicious anemia or stomach cancer or other disorders
Translations
mahakatarri
gasztritiszgyomorhurut
gastritas
gastritis

gastritis

[gæsˈtraɪtɪs] Ngastritis f inv

gastritis

gastritis

[gæsˈtraɪtɪs] ngastrite f

gas·tri·tis

n. gastritis, infl. del estómago;
acute ______ aguda;
chronic ______ crónica.

gastritis

n gastritis f
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Subjects with the following conditions were excluded from the final analysis: (a) erosive gastritis, peptic ulcer, or gastric cancer confirmed by endoscopy and mucosal biopsy; (b) severe hepatobiliary/pancreatic disease; (c) a previous history of abdominal surgery; (d) use of proton pump inhibitor, H[sub]2 receptor antagonist, bismuth, drugs affecting gastrointestinal motility, and/or antibiotic therapy within 1 month before presentation; (e) diabetic ketoacidosis; (f) end-stage diabetic nephropathy; (g) allergic to treatment drugs; and (h) pregnant women or breastfeeding mothers.
Peptic ulcer disease, erosive gastritis and esophagitis, esophageal and gastic varices, Mallory--Weiss Syndrome, arteriovenous malformation, and malignancy are common etiologies for UGIB.