Gastric ulcer

Etiology- NSAID, H.pylori

Characteristic- 5% maglinant, hemorrhage was common

Corpus predominant gastritisAntral predominant gastritis
Not related to GERDRelated to GERD
Pain after mealsPain before meals

Diagnosis- Endoscopy(a least 6 biopsy to exclude malignancy), barium examination(commonly located at lesser curvature, radiation of gastric mucosal showed benign lesion)

Treatment- Like Peptic ulcer, but harder to treat

Published by Steve Johnson

I am a doctor who like to organise knowledges and share ideas with others. As a doctor, a lot of knowledges influx everyday and need some patient to organise and absorb. Here was my notes to share with you and hope to save your time to know it.

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