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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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What does my endoscopy report say ?

I have just had an endoscopy and been diagnosed with gastritis - mucosa of the corpo and antro with hiperemia petequial with an aspect of mamilonado - the fundo has no lesions - two biopsies taken - also also duodenum , mucosa do bulbo with focus of edema and petequial - second portion without lesions - Should I be worried ?
Mon, 23 Jan 2012
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No laboratory tests can pinpoint a diagnosis of gastritis.
Often, no tests are necessary.
If your health care provider orders tests, it is probably to rule out certain medical conditions.
If all other possibilities are ruled out, that leaves gastritis as the most likely cause of your symptoms.
A culture of duodenal tissue is done to check for bacteria that may lead to certain illnesses and conditions.
its better you consult a gastroenterologist.
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