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gastric

of, relating to, near, or involving the stomach
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Presence and density of Helicobacter pylori biofilms in human gastric mucosa in patients with peptic ulcer disease.
It is recognised however that increased chilli consumption is potentially detrimental to the gastric mucosa due to the promotion of gastric epithelial cell exfoliation following chilli consumption.
Omeprazole has a dual mechanism of action: it inhibits both H7K+-ATPase and gastric mucosa carbonic anhydrase enzyme in humans in vitro and in vivo experiments.
During in vitro studies of gastric mucosa from rats and humans, the team uncovered a likely mechanism for the enhanced alcohol levels.
In gastric mucosa irritation animal toxicology study, 60% of rats were affected with gastric irritation at 200mg/kg and 300mg/kg dose of Aspirin, whereas, PLATROL(R) affected none of the rats in either of those equivalent dosages.
Gastric wall mucus was determined as follows: gastric mucosa was weighted and immediately transferred to 0.
Gastritis is a term covering a broad spectrum of entities that induce inflammatory changes in the gastric mucosa.
test rapid urease test for detection of helicobacter pylori in gastric mucosa biopsy.
Pre-treatment with ranitidine and extract resulted in protection of gastric mucosa seen as marked reduction in ulcerated area.
RESULTS: NS and TQ could protect gastric mucosa against the injurious effect of absolute alcohol and promote ulcer healing as evidenced from the ulcer index (UI) values.
Intestinal metaplasia may be classified as complete (morphologically and biochemically resembling small-intestinal epithelium, with the presence of goblet cells, absorptive cells, and Paneth cells) or as incomplete (with features of both intestinal and gastric mucosa, generally lacking in absorptive cells and Paneth cells).