Trichomonas Gastritis

  • James L. Blanchard
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)


Small numbers of trichomonads can be present in the stomach without any gross lesions (Blanchard and Baskin 1988). In moderate to severe infections the gastric mucosa is erythematous, granular, and markedly thickened with a corrugated appearance (Fig. 46).


Tritrichomonas gastritis protozoal gastritis 


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