hypochlorhydria


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hypochlorhydria

[‚hī·pō‚klȯr′hī·drē·ə]
(medicine)
Reduction in the hydrochloric acid content of gastric juice.
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The total scores and the dysmotility-related scores were significantly higher in patients with hypochlorhydria than in those without hypochlorhydria; this difference was observed in females but not in males.
Mainstream medical practitioners are often unaware of the prevalence of this issue and are ill-equipped to recognize the signs and symptoms of this common digestive disorder, making it vital for consumers to educate themselves about the signs and symptoms of low stomach acidity, as well as the various home-based tests and natural treatment options that are available for people with Hypochlorhydria," James wrote in the article on http://nutritiongang.
pylori colonization of the gastric mucosa during the progression of atrophic gastritis and development of hypochlorhydria (6, 11).
Malabsorption of the prescribed iron as a result of the hypochlorhydria induced by this drug was therefore considered as a possible explanation for the lack of improvement in the anemic state.
pylori infection, hypochlorhydria, and pancreatic insufficiency.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: Advanced HIV disease is associated with hypochlorhydria.
strains, leads to pan- or corpus-predominant gastritis, which is associated with hypochlorhydria that may confer protection against esophageal reflux and its complications.
It is known that proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) may interfere with calcium absorption by inducing hypochlorhydria.
Significant hypochlorhydria, particularly among the elderly, who may have a higher prevalence of H.
He cites many articles from 1931 onward which demonstrate that hypochlorhydria in infants and adults can be normalized with parenteral B12 injections.
Citing a paper from 1931 that documented hypochlorhydria in childhood asthma patients, Dr.