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a digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder

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As we know duodeno-gastric bile reflux is common in peptic ulcer, post distal gastrectomy and cholecystectomy patients.
Gastric polyp is frequently found in patients with bile reflux gastritis after gastric surgery.
This causes spasms, bile reflux, refractory heartburn, irritation, inflammation, ulcers, and other symptoms.
77) Dilated intercellular spaces are observed in 68% to 100% of patients with acid exposure; bile reflux can also lead to the development or persistence of dilated intercellular spaces.
Bile reflux as possible risk factor in laryngopharyngeal inflammatory and neoplastic lesions.
Patients with benign gastric ulcers, and a group of age matched controls, were investigated for duodeno-gastric bile reflux in the sitting position by a nasogastric aspiration technique after 10 per cent dextrose meal.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The weight of the evidence suggests that aggressive treatment of acid and bile reflux has the best chance of preventing the progression of Barrett's esophagus to esophageal adenocarcinoma, Dr.
Bile reflux is rather common after gastric surgery," said Amnon Sonnenberg, M.
The localization of the ulcer and the presence of duodenitis and bile reflux were recorded.
Heartburn in pernicious anemia - a consequence of bile reflux.
The GARD(TM) is the only endoscopic treatment that effectively blocks acid and bile reflux, reducing the risk of cancer of the esophagus (adenocacinoma).
In a study of 23 Barrett esophagus patients on PPIs, acid and bile reflux decreased in most patients, but increased in 12% (Menges 2001).
15) Bile reflux can be clinically evaluated in ambulatory patients with Bilitec 2000 (Medtronic Gastroenterology; Minneapolis), a spectrophotometer that detects the presence of bile using the optical properties of bilirubin, the most common pigment present in the secretion.
Thirty-eight gastric biopsies diagnosed as reactive gastropathy, related to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (n = 18) or bile reflux (n = 6) or of indeterminate etiology (n = 14), were evaluated using antibodies to MUC1, MUC5AC, MUC6, and MUC2.
The relationship between acid and bile reflux and symptoms in gastro-esophageal reflux disease.