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inflammation of the lining of the stomach

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Gastritis is a term covering a broad spectrum of entities that induce inflammatory changes in the gastric mucosa.
This week alone I have seen 10 cases of gastritis and one case of severe vomiting due to excess of fried and fatty foods.
Acute gastritis is an acute mucosal inflammatory process, usually of transient nature, while chronic gastritis refers to chronic inflammatory changes which may eventually lead to mucosal atrophy and epithelial metaplasia.
pylori gastritis is also known as chronic active gastritis due to the fact that it causes histological gastric mucosal injury as a result of the persistent infiltration of inflammatory cells in the gastric mucosa due to H.
Other factors such as smoking, an obsessive personality, intake of too much coffee or tea, alcohol or other medications like aspirin, ibuprofen or steroids like prednisone can cause gastritis.
For the study, 263 gastritis patients and 48 healthy volunteers had their tongues analysed.
These conditions can include alcohol poisoning, alcoholic gastritis and alcoholic liver disease.
The warning comes after a GP reported a case of a patient being hospitalised and several others suffering a range of side effects including palpitations, severe gastritis, abdominal pain and insomnia after taking the capsules.
This set of disorders includes collagenous gastritis, collagenous sprue, and collagenous colitis.
The named disorders include immediate gastrointestinal hypersensitivity (anaphylaxis), oral allergy syndrome, allergic eosinophilic esophagitis, gastritis, and gastroenterocolitis; dietary protein enterocolitis, proctitis, and enteropathy; and celiac disease.
The activists who are in Nepalgunj taking part in the Maoists' indefinite agitation are suffering from diarrhoea, gastritis and headache.
Some of the possible causes include gastritis (inflammation of the stomach), ulcers, tumours, a swallowed foreign body, diabetes and kidney ds isease.
Grape juice, for example, is not indicated for those who are suffering from gastritis especially with enhanceable acidity, ulcerous illness of stomach and duodenum, diabetes mellitus, obesity, chronic inflammatory processes in lungs.
The conventional view that no bacterium could live in the stomach because of the high concentration of acid there was overturned some 25 years ago, when Drs Barry Marshall and Robin Warren of Australia first discovered Helicobacter pylori in the stomachs of patients with gastritis and stomach ulcers.
The Helicobacter pylori bacterium has been blamed for causing gastritis (stomach irritation) and most ulcers, which are precursors of stomach cancer; but its presence alone does not mean that ulcers and gastritis will automatically occur.