Intestinal metaplasia

What is Intestinal metaplasia?

The transformation of mucosa, particularly in the stomach, into glandular mucosa resembling that of the intestines, although usually lacking villi.

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How common is an irregular z-line finding on an endoscopy?

On my prior endoscopy (EGD) in August 2013, I had a finding of in an irregular z-line...

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Brief Answer:
No Barretts esophagus signs in the biopsy.

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Thank you for the query.

Irregular line Z is not very common...

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I have been taking omeprazole (20mg/day) after having gastritis from h.pylori infection. This was successfully treated with antibiotics. I would...

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Enjoy life!

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Thanks for choosing HealthcareMagic,

As intestinal metaplasia of the stomach is a risk factor in...

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I recently had an endoscopy...the doctor told me he suspect Barrett's esophagus..but after the biopsy he said I did not have it because...

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Please follow the suggetsions below....

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Hi and thank you for asking!

I read carefully all your medical data and I...

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