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Giant hypertrophic gastritis

Giant hypertrophic gastritis is the extensive thickening of the gastric wall due to the excessive hyperplasia of gastric mucosa. It was first proposed by M é n é Trier in 1888, so it is also called M é n é Trier disease.

Symptoms

Echinococcosis

Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis

Acute rheumatic fever renal damage

Acute renal failure

Acute tubular necrosis

Acute tubulointerstitial nephritis

Acute nephritis syndrome

Acute nephritis

Acute pyelonephritis

Crush syndrome

Crossed ectopic kidney with or without fusion

Proximal

Parasitic urinary tract infection

Proximal tubular acidosis

Familial hemorrhagic nephritis

Menstrual sensation

Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis

Renal damage in hyperthyroidism

Focal glomerulosclerosis

Pseudoaldosteronism

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