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Management of H pylori infection

Nasir Khokhar.

Abstract
Helicobactor pylori is a common, usually life long infection with more prevalence in under developed countries.1 Overcrowding and poor sanitation are important factors in spread. It has been involved in many medical conditions. It resides in gastric folds where it produces inflammation and cellular changes. It was found that the greater the load of H. Pylori infection, the more is the degree of neutrophilic activity, atrophy and intestinal metaplasia.2 H. pylori associated gastritis was observed independent of gender and frequency of infection was higher with increasing age of patients.3

Key words: H pylori, peptic ulcer, gastric cancer.


 
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