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pylorus

[pə′lȯr·əs]
(anatomy)
The orifice of the stomach communicating with the small intestine.
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pylori , which has a repertoire of high affinity iron-uptake system.
Complete remission of palmoplantar psoriasis through Helicobacter pylori eradication: a case report.
pylori infection are grouped as (a) Invasive methods and (b) Non invasive methods.
pylori strain, such as babA2, cagA, vacA, and iceA1 have been identified and involved in pathogenesis of infection.
Age of the association between Helicobacter pylori and man.
pylori is considered to exclusively occur during childhood (4), persisting during the individual's lifetime without eradication (5).
pylori infection, the intrafamilial transmission is an important route of contamination; besides the known mother-to-child dyad, also the transmission among family members plays a considerable role and it should be always verified.
By non-probability purposive sampling technique, 87 patients diagnosed as having chronic urticaria and each patient having symptoms of gastritis were tested for H pylori infection using the monoclonal H pylori fecal antigen assay (Biotec(r), Spain) and serological test for presence of IgM antibodies (acute infection).
Susumu Tamai, vice president and executive director of Otsuka commented, "Otsuka has developed a diagnostic system for Helicobacter pylori infections, enabling a broad contribution from diagnosis to treatment.