gastric antrum


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gastric antrum

Distal non–acid-secreting segment of the stomach or pyloric gland region that produces the hormone gastrin.
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Methods: A retrospective cohort study of 46 patients with one gastric antrum lesion resected by ESD was conducted between January 2013 and December 2015.
1,3,9-12) The location of these heterotopic ACCs varied by case: gastric pylorus, (1) gastric antrum, (9,11) proximal jejunum, (3) left lobe of liver, (10) and first portion of duodenum.
Imprints and histological samples were taken from gastric antrum and stained by Giemsa for HP detection.
The scope was easily passed distally to rule out the presence of a stricture or other obstructing lesion in the esophagus and gastric antrum.
Twenty-eight tumors were present in the gastric antrum, 42 in the gastric body, and 22 in the gastric fundus.
As palliative treatment for adeno carcinoma of gastric antrum anterior Gastro jejunostomy with chemo therapy should be given.
A computed tomographic (CT) scan of the abdomen and pelvis revealed thickening of the gastric antrum, as well as a small amount of ascites in the pelvis (Figure 1).
Normal gastric antrum was used as positive controls for MUC1, MUC5AC, and MUC6 staining and duodenum for MUC2.
9) We describe a case of a solitary diverticulum of the posterior wall of the gastric antrum complicated by the onset of an abscess of the right hepatic lobe and subsequently by a pleural fistula with pleural effusion.
In the gastric antrum, EUS can diagnose submucosal heterotopic pancreas (pancreatic rests) ranging from 0.