Please ask for gastric pathological examination and submit for examination: mucosal biopsy. Microscopic findings: decreased glands, lymphocyte infiltration in gastric mucosa, membranous muscle, goblet cells, local superficial epithelial loss, and mild dysplasia of focal glands. Pathological diagnosis: (gastric antrum) chronic moderate atrophic gastritis with mild intestinal metaplasia and shallow erosion of glands, and mild dysplasia of focal glands. Pay attention to reexamination.
In fact, it is more likely to consider atrophic gastritis, but if there are no symptoms, we just need to pay strict attention to diet and life, especially not smoking and drinking. Generally, it is not a problem, but if there are symptoms, we need to use some drugs to inhibit gastric acid
Hello, do you have any other symptoms? If there are symptoms such as acid reflux, belching, abdominal distension, belching, vomiting and nausea, combined with gastroscopy, it is still related to atrophic gastritis. Pathological examination indicates mild intestinal metaplasia, and the timing is not a big problem. We can actively combine traditional Chinese and Western medicine with symptomatic treatment, and regularly recheck gastroscopy. Don't eat spicy and greasy food, eat less sweets and fried food.