Source: Clujul Medical. Sep Supplement, p Abstract: Introduction: The target of this study is the correlation of the Helicobacter pylori infection with endoscopic and clinical aspects and the possible connection with precancerous gastric lesions: atrophic gastritis, gastric adenomas and gastric ulcers.
Material and method: The protocol applied to each patient consisted in the use of standardized questionnaires anemia weight loss which were documented all anamnestic information, signs and symptoms anemia weight loss in clinical examination and all reports of conventional endoscopic examinations together with histo-patological results of gastric biopsies.
We conducted an observational analytical study - cohort typewith prospective data collection.
All anemia weight loss was analyzed through descriptive anemia weight loss techniques. Results: Analyzing a lot of patients, homogeneous in terms of demographic characteristics, we found significant statistical association between the presence of infection with Helicobacter pylori and major digestive symptoms bleeding, weight loss, anemia and association with gastric lesions atrophic gastritis, gastric ulcer.
Conclusions: In the presence of major digestive symptoms we must test Helicobacter Pylori infection as possible etiological factor.
In the case of significant gastric lesions atrophic gastritis, gastric ulcer gastric biopsies are necessary also for establish the status of Helicobacter pylori infection. English Copyright of Clujul Medical is the property of Cluj Medical University and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission.
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