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Progress in the Pathology of Gastritis and Duodenitis

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Abstract

Although for many years a simple classification of ‘non-specific’ gastritis into acute, chronic superficial and chronic atrophic categories has sufficed in routine histopathological practice, the clinical significance of the latter diagnoses is uncertain. While acute gastritis has well established and consistent clinical associations (a recent history of drug ingestion or alcohol excess leading to haemorrhagic erosions), the clinical features of chronic gastritis are much more nebulous. The finding of chronic gastritis in ‘healthy volunteers’ (Kreuning et al. 1978) and in random population surveys (Villako et al. 1976) has led some to conclude that the condition is a normal aging process of no clinical consequence. While this is a minority view, even those who believe it to be a pathological process have difficulty in recognising at what point the density of the inflammatory cell infiltration becomes ‘abnormal’, and the relationship between this inflammatory process, symptomatology and associated pathology.

Keywords

  • Chronic Gastritis
  • Pernicious Anaemia
  • Bile Reflux
  • Chronic Atrophic Gastritis
  • Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia

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