antral gastritis

antral gastritis

Etymology: Gk, antron, cave
an abnormal narrowing of the antrum of the stomach. The narrowing is not a true gastritis but a radiographic finding that may represent a peptic ulcer or a tumor.
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Irrespective of whether the antral gastritis in pernicious anemia is an extension of an immune process into the antrum or a superimposed pattern of hypersecretory (type B) gastritis, the frequency of H.
Patients were categorised as normal, antral gastritis, and pangastritis according to the endoscopic appearances, and two biopsies were obtained from the antrum which were examined histopathologically by the same pathologist who was blind to patients' endoscopic diagnosis and symptom scores.
Evidently, Se and Sp do not allow to put into practice the method for the detection of severe atrophic antral gastritis with the ratio PG-1/PG-2 with any value of the ratio PG-1/PG-2 from 1 to 10.
pylori is associated with antral gastritis and duodenal ulcers.
In the upper gastrointestinal tract, antral gastritis and duedonitis were detected.
m and found to be associated with the development of chronic antral gastritis, gastroduodenal ulcers, gastric cancer and mucosa-associated lymphoid tumors.
pylori are associated with chronic active antral gastritis, duodenal ulcer, and gastric ulcer.
pylori antral gastritis could promote, as a sequel, atrophy of the body mucosa (7).
pylori occurs consistently with that of chronic antral gastritis [7-8].