My endoscopy shows microscopy A and B - Mucosa of the gastric body and antrum exhibiting mature typical glandular epithelium, areas of mild interstitial edema, focal hyperemia alongside rare inactivated lymphocytes in the lamina. An absence of intestinal metaplasia. An absence of bacilli from the Helicobacter pylori pattern by May-Grunwald Giemsa staining. Conclusion: A - Body light gastritis. Negative search for Helicobacter pylori. B - Antral mild gastritis. Negative search for Helicobacter pylori.
I need to understand my endoscopy results of "focal hyperemia" along with rare inactivated lymphocytes in the lamina.
What does “rare inactivated lymphocytes in the lamina” mean? Rare inactivated lymphocytes sound like something that it is not activated? I have performed the endoscopy because I am having ammonia/bleach smell in my nose and the ENT asked for this to see if there has anything abnormal. I have done a nose swab and it was detected Staphylococcus aureus. Now that nothing was found in the stomach, I think that the Staphylococcusis producing toxins which are the reason why I sneak bleach on my nose constantly. What treatment should I have in this case and with the inflammation I have?
.. gastritis pain usually subsides as the infection subsides. Is there any post-prandial fullness, early satiety, burning or pain? I hope there are no alarm symptoms like difficulty or pain during swallowing, weight loss, excessive vomiting, or any family Read full
.. is simply inflammation of stomach that can occur due to excessive stress, faulty lifestyle, alcohol, and painkiller abuse. Now following are your answers:
It is not serious. You just need treatment for long duration. Read full
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