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Digestive tract Urology 

What is Crohn’s disease??

What are the symptoms of Crohn’s disease? The symptoms of Crohn’s disease often develop gradually. Certain symptoms may also become worse over time. Although it’s possible, it’s rare for symptoms to develop suddenly and dramatically. The earliest symptoms of Crohn’s disease can include: diarrhea abdominal cramps blood in your stool a fever fatigue a loss of appetite weight loss feeling as if your bowels aren’t empty after a bowel movement feeling a frequent need for bowel movements It’s sometimes possible to mistake these symptoms for the symptoms of another condition,…

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Digestive tract 

Heliocobactor Pylori and Stomach Cancer

bacterial infection called Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is now recognized as a primary cause of peptic ulcers and their recurrence. Evidence has been found linking the changes caused by H. pylori infection in the stomach lining as a strong risk factor for stomach cancer. When an H. pylori infection is identified, it can be treated with antibiotics. Testing for H. pylori is a way to decrease the incidence of stomach cancer. Simple blood or breath tests to check for H. pylori antibodies are available and can be easily done. People…

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Digestive tract 

Barrett’s esophagus

Barrett’s syndrome or Barrett’s esophagus is a rare complication as a result of long-term gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). In Barrett’s esophagus, the tissue metaplazira and taking shape as the tissue in the lower digestive tract parties. symptoms Changes in the tissue in Baretoviot esophagus usually asymptomatic or to repeat the same symptoms as in GERD: nausea, heartburn and a number of belching. Causes It is believed that the cause is GERD as a result of stomach contents to back up into the esophagus and damage. Consequently, esophagus compensatory changes the shape of…

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