was not more frequent in patients with GERD than in those without GERD independently of the presence of AF or SR.
after gastrectomy is extremely rare [15, 16].
An alternative explanation for IDA might be that large hiatus hernias
interfere with the absorption and regulation of dietary iron.
This is because hiatus hernia
surgery requires disruption of the peritoneum and an extent of mediastinal dissection.
Relationship of overweight to hiatus hernia
and reflux oesophagitis.
There are some very rare lumbar hernias which occur through anatomical gaps in the paraspinal muscles, and a hiatus hernia
is a herniation of the stomach into the chest through the hole (or hiatus) in the diaphragm through which the oesophagus passes (see Figure 1).
As for people suffering from peptic ulcers, heartburn, gastritis and hiatus hernia
, they are recommended to reduce their consumption of fatty foods, fried choices, and spices, as well as caffeinated drinks such as tea, coffee or soft drinks which worsen their symptoms.
Kerry rushed back from making a TV film when 47-year-old Sue was floored by a hiatus hernia
at her home in Warrington, Cheshire.
Male gender, white ethnicity, and presence of hiatus hernia
were significantly associated with an elevated risk for Barrett's, according to findings from a logistic regression analysis.
This was a key finding in a national telephone survey of 400 patients taking omeprazole or lansoprazole for problems associated with heartburn, reflux, acid indigestion, or hiatus hernia
The use of drugs to treat such conditions as esophageal reflux "heartburn" , hiatus hernia
, esophagitis and esophageal ulcer, and swallowing difficulties--as well as the enormous popularity of antiulcer medications--has led to the hypothesis that these drugs may be a causative factor.
A 77-year-old woman who was taking cimetidine (Tagamet) for more than three years for treatment of a hiatus hernia
began to complain of severe headaches and sudden rise of blood pressure.