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High Resolution Images: Helicobacter pylori gastritis

The endoscopic images in this site are mostly quite compressed in order to make the transmissions times as short as possible. Sometimes it is however nice to have high resolution images, for example for publications, text books or lectures. In these "high resolution files" some larger images are displayed.

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Gastritis can be classified as an acute or chronic gastritis, and it can involve all parts of the stomach or just the fundus, corpus or antrum. The etiology of chronic gastritis can be Helicobacter pylori-infection, drugs or other chemical agents or it can be an autoimmune disease associated with pernicious anaemia. Chronic gastritis can progress into atrophic gastritis, causing an elevated risk of gastric cancer.

Chronic gastritis due to a Helicobacter Pylori infection is mainly a histopathologic diagnosis. However, a typical mucosal pattern especially in the upper part ot the gastric body (corpus) can often be visible during endoscopy. These pictures show this typical mucosal pattern.

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