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What Does It Mean To Have Duodenitis
One weak before my upper endoscopy test was done and result shows Lax Les, nodular duodenitis. What does it mean? Is it serious?
Waiting for Biopsy?: nodular duodenitis is an atypical finding that is likely associated with peptic ulcer disease. They are usually found to be normal tissue, but you may get more information once the pathologist has reviewed the biopsy sample. LES laxity means your lower esophageal sphincter is "saggy" and is associated with reflux disease. Not to be concerned but likely more info coming with the nodule biopsy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have duodenitis which hasnt been an issue lately, however, for the past 3 months I have pressure pain right below the sternum. What can cause?
Out of the blue acute abdominal pains and 24 hours in hospital with endoscopy show duodenitis.no medical history.What 's cause and best way to manage?
See below: The most common causes of duodenitis are medicines, especially NSAIDs such as Ibuprofen and infections with H pylori, which causes ulcers. The endoscopist may have tested for this. If not, your physician can do non-invasive testing. Review your medicine list, including OTC medicines, with your doctor. ...Read more
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