alkaline reflux gastritis

(redirected from bile 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
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012