Mixed superficial and atrophic gastritis

Mixed atrophic gastritis Mixed atrophic gastritis is such a gastrointestinal disease when the mucous membrane is affected.In this case, most often symptoms of several types of the disease.

Most often, the disease develops against a background of a specific pathological process.The microorganism Helicobacter pylori becomes the wine of the disease.The bacterium can enter the human body in several different ways.Sometimes a microorganism can be transmitted by close contact with an infected person.

Quite often you can find mixed surface and atrophic gastritis.The disease can develop with a high workload of the body, lack of timely nutrition, fast food.If you do not consult a doctor in a timely manner, the ailment can be transformed from into an oncological disease.

  

Treatment of mixed atrophic and superficial gastritis should cover every form of the disease.Only the gastroenterologist is able to choose the optimal course of treatment.A person suffering from an ailment will be able to return to everyday life, only after the app

ropriate course of treatment has passed.

Symptoms of mixed gastritis

Mixed superficial and atrophic gastritis First of all, there is an inflammatory process that covers only the superficial part of the stomach.In this case, the damaged glands do not die, but continue to function.

  

After a certain moment of time, the ailment passes into another form of the disease, at which damaged glands are atrophied.At the same time, the development of the clinical picture may depend on many factors.A common symptom of mixed atrophic gastritis is the worsening of the general condition of the patient.

With regard to acidity, it can be unchanged for a long time, and sometimes increase or decrease.The main signs of the superficial form resemble the manifestation of chronic atrophic gastritis.

The patient may complain of the following symptoms:

  
  • Stomach overflow.
  • Discomfort in the epigastric region.
  • Changes in appetite.
  • The state of nausea and vomiting.
  • Bloating.Periodic burp with an unpleasant odor.
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  • Pain arising in the epigastric region, which periodically passes into the back.

If the timely use of professional help is not sought, a mixed superficial atrophic gastritis can further worsen a patient's overall condition.

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