Type 2 diabetes mellitus Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a chronic endocrine disease that develops due to insulin resistance and pancreatic beta cell dysfunction, characterized by a state of hyperglycemia.
Erosive duodenitis: symptoms, treatment and causes of the development of an active inflammatory process in the intestine A disease called erosive duodenitis is characterized by lesions of the human duodenum.
How to treat the failure of the cardia of the esophagus. Insufficiency of the cardia of the esophagus ─ lower esophageal sphincter leads to the development of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
What is superficial duodenitis and how to treat it? In our time, diseases of the digestive system have taken almost the first place among other diseases.
Why do you need special nutrition for duodenitis? Some diseases dictate a special menu for quick recovery of strength and health.
Diffuse duodenitis Diffuse duodenitis is a complete inflammation of the mucous membrane of the entire area of the duodenum. That is, the entire thickness of the mucous membrane is affected. This violates the secretory function with increased secretion.
Focal gastritis and duodenitis Gastritis and duodenitis are chronic inflammatory phenomena that occur on the mucous membrane of the stomach and duodenum. The term "focal" in the name of the disease means only the localization of the inflammatory process.
How to recognize and treat exacerbation of duodenitis The inflammatory process that develops on the walls of the duodenum has recently been diagnosed very often. This pathology can affect any person, but men most often suffer from it.
Esophagitis and gastroduodenitis A pathology such as chronic reflux esophagitis develops due to the stable movement of the contents of the stomach into the esophagus. The process causes severe inflammatory damage to the mucous epithelium of its distal section.