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antrum

Anatomy a natural cavity, hollow, or sinus, esp in a bone

antrum

[′an·trəm]
(anatomy)
A cavity of a hollow organ or a sinus.
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The shoulder sign, the impression of the hypertrophied pyloric muscle on the distended gastric antrum, is also helpful and is more readily generated (Figure 4).
In an earlier local study, 53% of GC cases were located in the gastric antrum and 35% in the proximal part (27).
This study investigated whether double-channel gastroscope could be used to reduce procedural time in gastric antrum ESD.
But why Helicobacter pylori which colonizes the gastric antrum is associated more with duodenal ulcers is not clearly explained till now.
After resecting gastric antrum, gastrin was mainly from the duodenum.
An emergent EGD showed a pulsatile arterial bleed from an ulcerated mass in the gastric antrum (Fig.
Biopsies were obtained via the TNE scope, which was subsequently passed into the normal distal esophagus and gastric antrum.
Children show nodular or lymphonodular hyperplasia of the gastric antrum, in contrast to the erosive, ulcerative lesions and gastric metaplasia seen in adults.
Evaluation in the MICU included a computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest, which demonstrated a left atrial mass, thickening of the gastric antrum, and bibasilar pneumonia.
The gastroscope was pulled back to the gastric antrum, where a small amount of bile appeared to adhere to the anterior wall.
Self-expanding metal stents versus antrectomy for the palliative treatment of obstructive adenocarcinoma of the gastric antrum.