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Vernygorodskyi explained, "I chose to focus on this particular topic for my research because the metaplasia and dysplasia of the stomach mucosa in pre-tumor and neoplastic processes and their relationships with H.
A 2009 preclinical study found that a zinc-carnosine combination induces heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1)--an enzyme involved with protection against inflammation and oxidative stress (42,43)--in the stomach mucosa and safely provides mucosal protective effects.
This finding was supported by the histopathological examination, where severe focal ulceration, hemorrhage, degeneration and necrosis were detected in the stomach mucosa.
pylori infection and damage or dysfunction of the stomach mucosa (atrophic gastritis), which cause acid-free stomach, a major risk factor for gastric and esophageal cancer.
If there is functional gastric mucosa in a Meckel's diverticulum, uptake is seen in the diverticulum at approximately the same time as the stomach mucosa is visualised.
The stomach mucosa of buffalo is a rich source of pepsin.
Invasive methods include identification of the agent by histopathology in samples taken from the stomach mucosa, a fast urease test, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and culture methods.
The fine structure of the stomach mucosa of the Llama (Lama guanacoe) II: the fundic region of the hind stomach.
But remarkably, besides reduced inflammation of stomach mucosa and the duodenum, it also improved emotional reactions and restoration of sleep.
2004) The non-invasive diagnosis of precancerous changes of stomach mucosa.