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chronic gastritis of Clinical manifestations

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The slow progress of the disease is often recurrent, a good, middle-aged disease, and the incidence of age tend to increase. Some patients may have no symptoms, most patients have varying degrees of dyspepsia symptoms and signs was not obvious. The petcmwell.com

The slow progress of the disease is often recurrent, a good, middle-aged disease, and the incidence of age tend to increase. Some patients may have no symptoms, most patients have varying degrees of dyspepsia symptoms and signs was not obvious. The pe...

The slow progress of the disease is often recurrent, a good, middle-aged disease, and the incidence of age tend to increase. Some patients may have no symptoms, most patients have varying degrees of dyspepsia symptoms and signs was not obvious. The performance of various types of gastritis vary.

 
  I, superficial gastritis: chronic irregular can epigastric pain, bloating, belching, etc., particularly when diet is not clear that some patients can have acid reflux, upper gastrointestinal bleeding, such patients with gastroscopy confirmed erosive and most of verrucous gastritis.

 

 Second, atrophic gastritis: a different type, different parts of their symptoms nor with the. Gastric body gastritis generally less gastrointestinal symptoms and sometimes can be significant anorexia, weight loss, glossitis, atrophic tongue papilla. Can be accompanied by anemia, pernicious anemia occurred in China are rare. Antral atrophic gastritis, when the impact of the more obvious symptoms of the gastrointestinal tract, particularly when there is bile reflux, usually in the continuity of abdominal pain, after eating out, can be accompanied with vomit bile and retrosternal pain and burning sensation, and sometimes may have repeated a small number of upper gastrointestinal bleeding, hematemesis or even that the Department of gastric mucosal barrier and the occurrence of the damage caused by acute gastric mucosal erosion.

 

 Most of chronic gastritis no obvious signs, and sometimes have the upper abdomen tenderness light.



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