Diagnostic, clinical and therapeutic studies were carried out, under clinical conditions, on 80 patients with endoscopically confirmed chronic erosive gastritis and gastroduodenitis. The subjects aged between 20 and 59 are most often affected, the males being 2 times more often affected. The histological study on the purposeful biopsy of the mucosa of the stomach and duodenum established, most frequently, the presence of chronic superficial gastritis and duodenitis, followed by initial chronic atrophic gastritis. The clinical symptoms were studied in details--pain The etiological factors of importance are: food factors, dietetic errors, alcoholic consumption, drug effects first of all derivatives of Rauwolfia serpentina, followed by the peroral broad spectrum antibiotics, etc , duodenogastric reflux and toxic effect of the bile acids on the antral mucosa.

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Chronic Gastritis

Erosive gastritis is gastric mucosal erosion caused by damage to mucosal defenses. It is typically acute, manifesting with bleeding, but may be subacute or chronic with few or no symptoms. Diagnosis is by endoscopy. Treatment is supportive, with removal of the inciting cause and initiation of acid-suppressant therapy. Certain intensive care unit patients eg, ventilator-bound, head trauma, burn, multisystem trauma benefit from prophylaxis with acid suppressants. Crohn disease. Superficial erosions and punctate mucosal lesions occur.


Erosive Gastritis

Prevalence of chronic gastritis has markedly declined in developed populations during the past decades. However, chronic gastritis is still one of the most common serious pandemic infections with such severe killing sequelae as peptic ulcer or gastric cancer. Globally, on average, even more than half of people may have a chronic gastritis at present. Helicobacter pylori infection in childhood is the main cause of chronic gastritis, which microbial origin is the key for the understanding of the bizarre epidemiology and course of the disease. A life-long and aggressive inflammation in gastritis results in destruction atrophic gastritis of stomach mucosa with time years and decades. The progressive worsening of atrophic gastritis results subsequently in dysfunctions of stomach mucosa. Atrophic gastritis will finally end up in a permanently acid-free stomach in the most extreme cases.

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