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Acute gastritis

Acute simple gastritis refers to the acute extensive or localized acute inflammation of gastric mucosa caused by various external and internal factors. The symptoms and signs of acute simple gastritis vary with different causes, including acute stress, drugs, ischemia, bile reflux and infection. Clinically, acute simple gastritis is divided into acute erosive gastritis, acute suppurative gastritis and acute corrosive gastritis. The former two are more common.


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