duodenogastric

duodenogastric

/du·o·de·no· gas·tric/ (-gas´trik) going from the duodenum to the stomach.
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Intense activity in the stomach is suggestive of duodenogastric reflux and may signal biliary gastritis.
Lanzoprazole promotes gastric carcinogenesis in rats with duodenogastric reflux.
Patients who were premedicated and whose gastric aspirates contained either duodenal fluid due to duodenogastric reflux (DGR) or mixed with blood were not included in the final statistical analysis while analyzing pH and volume of gastric contents because these samples were not true gastric contents but rather were alkaline duodenal fluid mixed with acidic gastric contents.
The effect of famotidine on gastroesophageal and duodenogastric reflexes in critically ill patients.
A new tubeless radiological test for duodenogastric reflux.
Duodenogastric reflux in normal and dyspeptic patients.
The incidence of duodenogastric reflux ulcer disease.
Duodenogastric reflux-induced (alkaline) esophagitis.
On the basis of Hay's sulphur test, group C was further divided the into group C-1 (including samples contaminated with duodenogastric refluxate) and group C-2 (not contaminated with duodenogastric refluxate) and group S into group S-1 (including samples contaminated with duodenogastric refluxate) and group S-2 (not contaminated with duodenogastric refluxate) to see the impact of duodenogastric refluxate on pH and volume of gastric contents.
Quantitation of duodenogastric reflux and antral motility by color Doppler ultrasonography.
Other factors include steroids, aspirin, smoking, alcohol or coffee consumption, stress, delayed gastric emptying, and duodenogastric bile reflux.
Validation studies of Bilitec 2000: An ambulatory duodenogastric reflux monitoring system.