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A prospective study of duodenal bulb biopsy in newly diagnosed and established adult celiac disease.
Since the tube itself can distort the course of the duodenum, bowel rotation should be assessed with the tube retracted to the duodenal bulb followed by contrast injection (Figures 10 and 11).
Excess stomach acid and other irritating factors can cause inflammation of the upper end of the duodenum, the duodenal bulb.
This examination revealed inflammation of the distal esophagus and mild erythema of the gastric cardia and antrum, as well as erythema of the duodenal bulb and descending duodenum.
The "double bubble" seen in this condition corresponds to fluid in both the duodenal bulb and stomach.
The endoscopy revealed a Mallory Weiss tear and large duodenal bulb ulcer.