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gastric

of, relating to, near, or involving the stomach
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Data were obtained on prescriptions of gastric acid inhibitors, anti-allergic drugs, and other commonly prescribed drugs as controls.
Worldwide, gastric carcinoma is the 4th commonest cancer and the 3rd commonest cause of cancer-related mortality.
She had no history suggestive of gastric outlet obstruction, and signs of peritoneal irritation were absent.
Gastric cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related death in the world, and its symptoms are mostly non-specific, which accounts for its delay in its early stage.1 Subsequently, it is characterized by a poor survival rate due to late diagnosis2, and its 5-year survival rate is under 20% for terminal gastric cancer.3 As a result, early diagnosis is critical to improve the prognosis of gastric cancer.
Gastric cancer accounts for approximately 10% of cancers worldwide and its frequency is rare in individuals before the age of 30 years; the frequency increases after the age of 50 years.
Decreased appetite, vomiting, and presumed nausea are commonly seen in cats with CKD, and it's been assumed this is due to hypergastrinemia (excess of the gastrin hormone that releases gastric acid), with subsequent increased gastric acid production and mineralization/damage to the mucosal lining of the stomach.
Especially, gastric metastasis of breast cancer is the rarely seen metastasis of breast cancer and it is very difficult to diagnose.
Systematic review of giant gastric lipomas reported since 1980 and report of two new cases in a review of 117110 esophagogastroduodenoscopies.
Objective: Gastroscopy combined with gastric mucosa biopsies is currently regarded as a gold standard for diagnosis of gastric cancer.
Gastric cancer is among the most common cancer types and predominantly involves the gastric antrum.
Proteins in cheese are thought to be easily hydrolyzed in a gastric environment because of the presence of hydrochloric acid and pepsin.