Sydney System

Sydney System

A system for classifying and grading gastritis based on combining topographic, morphologic, and aetiologic data into a common format, which is intended to generate reproducible and clinically useful diagnoses in patients infected with Helicobacter pylori.

Sydney System

Gastoenterology A system for classifying and grading gastritis by combining topographic, morphologic, and etiologic data into a common format, intended to generate reproducible and clinically useful diagnoses
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The Sydney system, used for reporting chronic gastritis which was given in 1990 and updated in 1994 includes an important component of presence or otherwise of H.
In cases of gastritis, other histopathological variables were noted and graded according to updated Sydney system of gastritis7.
Among the 39 cases of chronic superficial gastritis, histological grading according to revised Sydney system was done.
The Sydney system in the assessment of gastritis: inter-observer agreement.
Classification and grading of gastritis: the updated Sydney system.
For those interested details of the Sydney system are available at www.
The updated Sydney System was used to grade gastritis, atrophy, and metaplasia.
pylori) status and CAG subtypes as specified in the Sydney System for Gastritis Classification.
Descriptive statistics were used to describe the results and in cases having gastritis, histo- pathological variables were graded according to updated Sydney system of gastritis7.
The Sydney system is not an alternative to the tram; construction of a new tramway commenced after the monorail opened and the first two sections have already opened.
The Sydney System is a novel classification and grading of gastritis that was devised by a group of experts at the 9th World Congress of Gastroenterology in Sydney, Australia in 1990.
The Sydney system dives into little stations inside stores and other public buildings at first floor level.

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