Talk:Gastritis

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Previously had gastritis

STOMACH, ANTRUM, BIOPSY:
- ANTRAL-TYPE GASTRIC MUCOSA WITH MILD PROMINENCE OF THE LAMINA PROPRIA DUE TO 
  FIBROUS TISSUE, AND PROMINENT G-CELLS, OTHERWISE UNREMARKABLE.
- NEGATIVE FOR HELICOBACTER-LIKE ORGANISMS.

Micro

The sections show antral-type gastric mucosa with a mildly expanded lamina propria with increased fibrous tissue and prominent G-cells. There is no significant inflammation. No intestinal metaplasia is seen. There is no significant gland tortuosity. No Helicobacter-like organisms are identified. The epithelium matures normally to the surface and is not atypical.