gastroduodenitis


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gastroduodenitis

 [gas″tro-doo″o-dĕ-ni´tis]
inflammation of the stomach and duodenum.

gas·tro·du·od·e·ni·tis

(gas'trō-dū-od'ĕ-nī'tis),
Inflammation of both stomach and duodenum.

gastroduodenitis

Inflammation of the stomach and duodenum.

gas·tro·du·od·e·ni·tis

(gas'trō-dū-ō-dĕ-nī'tis)
Inflammation of both stomach and duodenum.

gastroduodenitis

Inflammation of the stomach and duodenum.
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Gastroscopic study diagnosed chronic superficial gastritis in 10 out of 26 children, and chronic hypertrophic gastroduodenitis in 2 children.
of cases Endoscopic categories (%) diagnosis Study subjects Non-ulcer dyspepsia 85 (33.4) 55 (64.7) 55 (32.7) GORD 45 (17.7) 29 (64.4) 29 (17.2) Duodenal ulcer 40 (15.7) 26 (65) 26 (15.4) Gastric ulcer 24 (9.4) 17 (70.8) 17 (10.1) Gastritis 8 (3.1) 6 (75) 6 (3.5) Duodenitis 1 (0.3) 1 (100) 1 (0.5) Gastroduodenitis 2 (0.7) 0 (00) 0 (00) Gastric cancer 4 (1.5) 4(100) 4 (2.3) Gastric erosion 5 (1.9) 5 (100) 5 (2.9) Antral gastritis 2 (0.7) 1 (50) 1 (0.5) Atypical ORD 1 (0.3) 0 (00) 0 (00) Others 37 (14.5) 24 (64.9) 24 (14.2) Total 254 168 GORD=gastro-oesopharyngeal reflux disease; ORD=oesopharyngeal reflux disease.
(18), 93.2% of 44 patients who had chest pain and epigastric tenderness were found to have esophagitis, gastritis, duodenitis and gastroduodenitis. In our study, 40 of 120 children had dyspepsia and/or abdominal pain and/or epigastric tenderness on physical examination.
Of 32 infants with pathological pH findings, 7 had esophagitis, 7 had gastroduodenitis, 2 had esophagogastroduodenitis, and 16 had completely normal biopsy specimens.
A hospitalization was attributed to a non-ulcer peptic condition when the primary diagnosis code indicated a disorder likely to involve acid-pepsin in its pathogenesis (i.e., esophagitis, gastritis, acute gastritis, gastroduodenitis, and duodenitis: ICD-9-CM codes 530.1, 535.0, 535.4, 535.5, and 535.6.
Baseline characteristics of the 18 patients (mean [+ or -] SD, or numbers of patients) Age (yr) 48 [+ or -] 15 Weight (kg) 70 [+ or -] 18 Height (cm) 167 [+ or -] 9 Duration of chronic symptoms (mths) 105 [+ or -] 120 Duration of acute exacerbation (wks) 33 [+ or -] 51 Diurnal distribution of symptoms Morning 5 Noon 10 Afternoon 1 Evening 10 At night 2 Continuous complaints 3 Intermittent complaints 15 Risk factors Regular alcohol consumption 2 Regular nicotine consumption 3 Regular consumption of spices 3 Use of synthetic medications 3 Endoscopic diagnoses (multiple) Gastroduodenitis 4 Reflux oesophagitis 11 Duodenal ulcer 2 Deformation after duodenal ulcer 1 Gastritis 2 No gastroscopy 1