alkaline reflux gastritis

al·ka·line re·flux gas·tri·tis

an inflammation of the gastric mucosa believed to be caused by irritating factors that reflux from the intestine into the stomach; most common after a procedure that resects or ablates the pylorus.
Synonym(s): bile gastritis

alkaline reflux gastritis

chronic gastritis caused by the reflux of alkaline intestinal contents after a partial gastrectomy.

al·ka·line re·flux gas·tri·tis

(alkă-lin rēfluks gas-trītis)
Inflammation of gastric mucosa believed to be caused by irritating factors that reflux from the intestine into the stomach.
Synonym(s): bile gastritis.

al·ka·line re·flux gas·tri·tis

(alkă-lin rēfluks gas-trītis)
Inflammation of gastric mucosa believed to be caused by irritating factors that reflux from the intestine into the stomach.
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