Crystallography the gastric secret at endoscopic inspection of top departments gastrointestinal path

  • В. А. Юдин Department of Surgical Diseases with a course of urology, Russian State Medical University named after academician I.Pavlov
  • С. В. Мостыка Department of Surgical Diseases with a course of urology, Russian State Medical University named after academician I.Pavlov
Keywords: gastric secretion, crystallography, chronic abdominal ischemia, peptic ulcer, gastritis, esophagitis

Abstract

At 115 patients it is investigated кристаллография gastric secret Кристаллография of a gastric secret it is made 115 patients divided on two groups. The first group of patients with chronic abdominal ischemia (CAI) 26 person, in which was 4 (15 %) women and 22 (85 %) men in the age of from 55 till 78 years. The second group 89 person with various pathology ЖКТ, 28 (32 %) men and 61 (68 %) the woman in the age of from 20 till 70 years. In the first group the lowered secretion MMS was at 18 (69 %) the person, normal - at 3 (12 %), increased - at 5 (19 %). In control group the increased secretion MMS was at 30 person (34 %), normal at 25 (28 %) and lowered at 34 (38 %). At patients with CAI at 69 % lowered secretion MMS is marked. At patients with a ulcer and erosion of bulb duodenum in 95 % of cases increased secretion MMS is marked. At patients with DGR increased secretion MMS is marked at 30 %. In group of patients with esophagitis at 30 % of patients lowered secretion MMS is marked. At stomach ulcers is more often (in 60 %) lowered secretion MMS is marked. At "chronic" erosion of a stomach in a various stage of their activity of precise law is not present: it is marked increased (28 %), normal (33 %) and lowered (39 %) secretion MMS.
Published
2018-05-31
How to Cite
Юдин, В., & Мостыка, С. (2018). Crystallography the gastric secret at endoscopic inspection of top departments gastrointestinal path. Bulletin of the International Scientific Surgical Association, 1(2), 66-68. Retrieved from http://surgjournal.ru/index.php/BISSA/article/view/100
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