Reflux gastritis: distinct histopathological entity?

  title={Reflux gastritis: distinct histopathological entity?},
  author={Michael F. Dixon and Humphrey O'connor and Anthony T. R. Axon and Roderick Frederick Gerardus Joseph King and David Johnston},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  volume={39 5},
A total of 98 patients who had either undergone gastric surgery (23) or who had peptic ulcers (56), or who had normal endoscopic findings (19), all underwent gastric biopsy, together with measurement of pH and total bile acid concentration in their fasting gastric juice. The biopsy specimens were graded "blind" for the presence of foveolar hyperplasia; oedema and smooth muscle fibres in the lamina propria; vasodilation and congestion of superficial mucosal capillaries; and a paucity of both… CONTINUE READING


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