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Dyspeptic Syndrome And Infection By Helicobacter Pylori Exhibit Histopathologic Correlation When Observed In Adolescents
Author: Jorge André Cartaxo Peixoto, Jucier Gonçalves Júnior, Fernando Luiz Afonso Fonseca, David Feder
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
15 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Academic
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1632
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Gastritis is common disorders that affect dyspeptic patients. The defiitions of gastritis are based on
morphological data. It represents a heterogeneous group of macroscopic and microscopic changes of
gastric mucosa resulting from injury of varied origin, usually associated with an acute or chronic
inflammatory response. The term gastritis is used not only by laymen but also by many physicians as
synonymous with dyspepsia, and by endoscopists to describe macroscopic changes of gastric mucosa, with almost no signifiance as an indicator of histologic evidence of gastritis. The main reason for controversy is the lack of correlation between the clinical and endoscopic and histopathologic changes.


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