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Title: Rolul infecţiei Helicobacter pylori în recurenţele ulcerelor duodenale
Other Titles: The role of Helicobacter pylori infection in duodenal ulcer recurrences
Authors: Arteni, Ion
Ţîbîrnă, Ion
Bezu, Ghenadie
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: CEP Medicina
Citation: ARTENI, Ion, ŢÎBÎRNĂ, Ion, BEZU, Ghenadie. Rolul infecţiei Helicobacter pylori în recurenţele ulcerelor duodenale. In: Anale Ştiințifice ale USMF “Nicolae Testemiţanu”. Ed. a 11-a. Chișinău: CEP Medicina, 2010, vol. 3: Probleme actuale in medicina internă, pp. 150-153
Abstract: Study on a group of 37 patients with multiple duodenal ulcers (clinical and endoscopic remission), with incomplete eradication of infection with Helicobacter pylori, reports about increasing ulcer recurrences according to a high degree of contamination of gastric mucosa with Helicobacter pylori, during the first year of surveillance. Degree of infection of gastric mucosa with Helicobacter pylori at the end of the treatment, in clinical- endoscopic on car remission, can serve as a criterion to forecast the development of duodenal ulcer recurrences. Studiul efectuat pe un lot de 37 bolnavi cu ulcere duodenale multiple (remisie clinico-endoscopică) cu eradicarea incompletă a infecţiei Helicobacter pylori, relatează despre creşterea numărului recurenţelor ulceroase în funcţie de gradul sporit de contaminare a mucoasei gastrice cu Helicobacter pylori, pe parcursul primului an de supraveghere. Gradul de infectare a mucoasei gastrice cu Helicobacter pylori la sfârşitul tratamentului, în cazul remisiunii clinico-endoscopice, poate servi ca criteriu de prognozare a dezvoltării recurenţelor ulcerului duodenal.
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