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chronic gastritis The diagnosis

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Non-specific symptoms of chronic gastritis, little signs, X-ray examination generally contribute to the exclusion of other stomach diseases, so diagnosis depends on gastroscopy and gastric biopsy. About 50-80% of our patients can be found in the gastrtcmwell.com

Non-specific symptoms of chronic gastritis, little signs, X-ray examination generally contribute to the exclusion of other stomach diseases, so diagnosis depends on gastroscopy and gastric biopsy. About 50-80% of our patients can be found in the gastr...

Non-specific symptoms of chronic gastritis, little signs, X-ray examination generally contribute to the exclusion of other stomach diseases, so diagnosis depends on gastroscopy and gastric biopsy. About 50-80% of our patients can be found in the gastric mucosa in Helicobacter pylori.

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