What is Verrucous Gastritis?

Navigation:Home > GI Medicine > Gastric Cancer > What is Verrucous Gastritis?

Verrucous Gastritis called pock with gastritis or chronic gastritis, is a special type of chronic gastritis. It is characterized by recurren

Content

Verrucous Gastritis called pock with gastritis or chronic gastritis, is a special type of chronic gastritis. It is characterized by recurrent or persistent multiple erosions of the stomach. Erosion is characterized by verrucous, most of the distribution in the pyloric gland area and the migration area, a few can be seen in the whole stomach. The lesions were round or oval, mostly less than 10 mm in diameter, about 2 mm high, also a strip, most of the central uplift subsidence erosion, covered with yellow or reddish color film. See the most typical cases under gastroscope verrucous lesion homogeneity, diagnosis is not difficult, but if a single or two irregular raised lesions, with II type early gastric cancer, polyps, differentiate pseudolymphoma. In addition, the superficial antral gastritis can also appear erosion, generally flat erosion, but also can be a type of erosion, at this time with the identification of the disease has some difficulties. However, general superficial antral gastritis often with bile reflux and Helicobacter pylori infection, or taking non steroidal anti-inflammatory analgesic drugs, and the erosion quantity is less, generally several days, weeks and 3 months can disappear. The diagnosis of Verrucous Gastritis mainly depends on endoscopy.

Recommand Articles

 

www.Cure001.comwww.Cure999.com

Cerebral Vascular Disease,Acne,Heart Disease,Deaf,Headache,Std,Condyloma Acuminatum,Fibroid,Pneumonia,Brain Trauma,。 Rehabilitation Blog 

Rehabilitation Blog @ 2017