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Chronic gastritis in the elderly

Chronic gastritis refers to chronic inflammation or atrophic lesions of gastric mucosa caused by repeated effects of different etiologies on susceptible humans. Its essence is that after repeated damage to the gastric mucosal epithelium, due to the specific regenerative ability of the mucosa, the mucosa is reconstructed, and finally leads to the irreversible atrophy or even disappearance of the inherent gastric glands.

Symptoms

Post dysentery syndrome

Drug-induced liver disease in the elderly

Senile Ischemic Colitis

Pancreatic cancer in the elderly

Benign paroxysmal peritonitis syndrome

Chloroquine poisoning

Lymph node biliary syndrome

Gastroenteritis caused by rotavirus

Lymphopenia

Rotavirus enteritis

Gonococcal proctitis anus

Phosphorus poisoning

Traveller diarrhea

Chlorpromazine poisoning

Elderly obstructive nephropathy

Acute progressive nephritis in the elderly

Acute post infectious nephritis in the elderly

Acute renal failure in the elderly

Chronic renal failure of the elderly

Senile chronic pyelonephritis

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