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The Stomach And Duodenum Are Partially Collapsed
Gastroscopy to check my stomach and duodenum. Samples were taken and initial diagnosis of gastritis and duodenitis. Are samples checked for coeliac?
Biopsy 4 celiac.: Biopsy samples of the duodenum should evidence findings consistent with celiac disease, as long as the samples are taken from the appropriate area, which may then depend on the GI doctor's clinical suspicion of celiac disease. Generally speaking, though, a suspicion of celiac disease can be confirmed histologically. ...Read more
I have a lot of belching and farting I also have stomach and duodenum ulcers and gastritis How to fix that?
Small inflammation of both stomach and duodenum. Vomiting, nausea, no fever, sometimes trouble passing air. Lost appetite. Help?
DX reports that my gallbladder is partially distended without surrounding inflammation or internal calcification. Been having pain in upper abdomen.
I am modarate alcoholic iam having duodenum some times I am having hypertention and headache heart burning having feel that I am going to collapse?
Alcoholism is a chronic and often progressive disease. "moderate alcoholic" it's like saying "i am slightly pregnant".
Health consequences caused by excessive drinking are:
liver and digestive dysfunction, hbp, risk of cancer, weakened immune system, neurological complications.
Rec.: see a physician and be prepared to discuss any problems that alcohol may be causing. ...Read more
If my stomach or duodenum had been perforated during a procedure over a day ago, what would the symptoms be now?
They saw duodenal atresia in bubs stomach and may of been related to downs but now there is no downs so what happens next?
Duodenal atresia, ...: Or congenital blockage of the duodenum (1st part of the intestine beyond the stomach) can be associated with Down syndrome (trisomy-21) or occur by itself. Surgery is necessary in the first couple of days after birth to open up the duodenum so that the baby can feed and grow. ...Read more
Patchy hyperaemia noted in stomach, a small chronic ulcer (5-6mm) noted anteriorly in duodenum. What is it and what I have to do?
SO: You have some irritation in linning of you stomach and an ulcer. Follow th edirections of your doctor assuming you received some. ...Read more
Egd done, was told stomach still have some food, given that, would have they seen the duodenum bulb? Or they will order another egd? Biopsy 4 h.Pl. ..
Should have seen ok: Most of the time, even if there is some food in the stomach, the endoscopy can be completed and the duodenum visualized adequately. Certainly a biopsy for h.Pylori could be done. If there is a lot of food present often the stomach can't be examined well and the scope may need to be repeated. ...Read more
Digestion: The stomach is responsible for mixing food and preparing it for digestion. The enzymes which break food down into nutrients mix with the food in the duodenum, as does the bile from the liver. The nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine. Everything that is not absorbed travels to the large intestine, where water is absorbed, turning the waste from liquid to solid. ...Read more
Probably stomach: The most commonly ulcerated area in the upper GI tract is in the first part of the small intestine called the duodenum. This pouch empties the stomach and where most ulcers occurs. Stomach ulcers are less common, and if do not heal properly, need to reevaluate. Could be gastric cancer, lymphoma and other possibilities. See the gastroenterologist. ...Read more
About the same: Regardless of size or location, if you really have an ulcer (found by x-ray or endoscopy) please seek doctor's advice. Even small ulcers can bleed (sometimes massively), perforate, obstruct stomach emptying. Sometimes, an ulcer can form in a cancer so to avoid this possibility it is important to make sure at least gastric ulcer actually heals. Relief of ulcer symptoms doesn't always mean healing. ...Read more
Yes: You can exercise even with an a ulcer but do not so sit ups try the treadmill ...Read more
Possibly: See a gastroenterologist or your primary care doctor and have it evaluated. ...Read more
Can ulcers in the stomach, duodenum, and/or intestines cause these locations to become permeable to any degree?
Yes: Ulcers are the result of the loss of the normal protective lining...Permeability will increase until the ulcer heals. ...Read more
I am in and out of hospital with server abdominal pain. I'm 23 and don't have periods. In the last 4 years I collapse a lot. Any ideas why?
Need more info: It is hard to offer any advice without knowing what symptoms you've had and what testing has been done and the results. Feel free to contact us with a consult so we can try to help further. Good luck! ...Read more
I had endoscopy. I have gastritis and mild duodenal villi blunting. Some bile was found in stomach. No celiac disease. What could cause this?
Many things: Gastritis is inflammaton of your stomach lining and can be caused by chemicals such as bile reflux or medications such as aspirin, nonsteroidal antiinflammatories and some antibiotics like doxcycline. It is also associated with some bacterial infections like helicobacter. Villous blunting can cause malabsorption and can be caused by bacteria li as well as immune causes ...Read more
Endoscopy result. Few erosions lowest end of oesophagus. Stomach is normal. Duodenum is normal down to the second part. Imoression:reflux oesophagitis?
What is the risk of having multifocal carcinoid tumors in stomach and duodenal type-1 and what is the latest news about available treatments?
REcurrence: Type I gastric carcinoids are the most common and usually do not metastasize. They require careful surveillance with endoscopic resection for the smaller lesions and antrectomy for multifocal and larger recurrences. Reduction of gastrin levels felt to be helpful. ...Read more
What's the best alternative to Dexlansoprazole to treat a stomach antrum gastritis + duodenum tiny ulcer? Dexlansoprazole is too expensive here.
Dexslansoprazole is a member of the proton pump inhibitor class of medications which effectively reduce stomach acid.
Members of this class of medication with similar effect include omeprazole, lansoprazole, pantoprazole, rabiprexole. Esomeprazole, and deslansoprazole. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with a large duodenal ulcer that deformed the stomach outlet I continue to have pain and pressure a year later could it be recurrent?
Yes: Recurrent symptoms require endoscopic evaluation to be done/ repeated. ...Read more
I had a duodenal switch. I am under extensive stress right now and my stomach is cramping. I am having green frothy bowel all day. No changes in diet?
Get examined: Please call your GI physician and get examined and treated ...Read more
Branches-abdom. Aorta: Coeliac artery is the brach from front of abdominal aorta beginning at t12, L1 spine level and its 3 branches -left gastric artery, common hepatic artery and spenic artery give the main arterial supply as branches to pancreas, duodenum and stomach -major part. Part of the duodenum, stomach and pancreas are also supplied by superior mesenteric artery, which is a separate branch of abdominal aorta. ...Read more
Are extreme bloating and a burning feeling in the center of your abdomen symptoms of a duodenal ulcer?
Can stomach antrum mild gastritis and tiny duodenum ulcer alone make it so difficult to eat normal amount of food without nausea and made me lose 20kg?
Yes.: The pains from eating can become so severe that they deter you from eating enough foods, and this can lead to weight loss. ...Read more
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