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Acute gastric mucosal lesions

Acute gastric mucosal lesions are characterized by different degrees of erosion, shallow ulcer and bleeding of gastric mucosa. Those dominated by acute mucosal erosion are called acute erosive gastritis; Acute hemorrhagic gastritis can be called as acute hemorrhagic gastritis, which occurs in a state of stress. People with multiple ulcers can be called stress ulcer. This disease is one of the common causes of upper gastrointestinal bleeding, accounting for about 20-30%.


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