gastric hypersecretion

gas·tric hy·per·se·cre·tion

excessive formation of gastric juice, especially its acidic component.

gas·tric hy·per·se·cre·tion

(gastrik hīpĕr-sĕ-krēshŭn)
Excessive formation of gastric juice, especially its acidic component.
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Induction of "Unhealed Gastric Ulcers" and Histamine-Induced Gastric Hypersecretion. The same protocol described above was performed but with slight modifications.
Her gastroenterologist recommended a regimen of prescription strength omeprazole (Prilosec[R]) for 12 months to help to ensure continuous healing of her peptic ulcer and for long-term maintenance of gastric hypersecretion. She reports that she still experiences heartburn and gastric pain several times per week, which she attributes to her stressful job, but that the occurrence is not nearly as frequent as before she was diagnosed and treated.
DHDX: The following diagnoses were presented to the client: Systemic Health - gastric hypersecretion, active gastroesophageal reflux disease, possible peptic ulcer Oral Health - drug-induced taste ulceration and xerostomia, enamel erosion, moderate plaque-induced gingivitis, localized periodontitis, mucosal burns from gastric acid, poor oral hygiene, lack of motivation

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