(n.) Inflammation of the stomach, esp. of its mucuos membrane.
(1) Antral G cells increase in states of achlorhydria in man and animals provided atrophic antral gastritis is absent.
(2) Two patients had a grade 2 diarrhoea and two patients a grade 2 gastritis.
(3) No correlation was found between the peak acid output (PAO) in response to Histalog and the severity of the gastritis or the duodenitis either before or after operation, with one exception.
(4) Immunoreactivity was observed in the sub-nuclear region of foveolar cells, with specialized gland and goblet cells in atrophic gastritis being negative.
(5) No common aetiological factor could be found, although four of these patients did have a mild or moderatley active superficial chronic gastritis.
(6) The term phlegmonous enterocolitis or gastritis defines an acute inflammatory process with purulent or nonpurulent character, that selectively damages the gastric, small and large intestines submucosal layer.
(7) Helicobacter pylori infection is virtually always present in duodenal and gastric ulcer and active chronic gastritis, but not prepyloric ulcer.
(8) Considerable knowledge has recently accumulated on the mechanism by which Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) induces chronic gastritis.
(9) Gastritis occurred in 137 of 163 body specimens (84%) and in 126 of 131 antral specimens (96%).
(10) Helicobacter pylori has been demonstrated as an etiologic agent of human gastritis and peptic ulcer formation.
(11) We report the first case of a bone marrow recipient who developed CMV-induced gastritis which is verified both histologically and virologically.
(12) The study using the urease test on mucous biopsies from the antral gastric part and from the duodenum of patients with chronic opisthorchiasis with endoscopic evidence of antral gastritis and gastroduodenitis, and from noninvaded patients with gastritis and duodenitis, some of them with the gastric or duodenal ulcers showed that the test was positive.
(13) There was no change in the pattern of gastritis, and the same single patient remained colonised.
(14) Infection with this organism is strongly associated with type B antral gastritis and with peptic ulcer disease.
(15) In cases of histologically less severe gastritis as a rule, enzyme histochemical changes were not found.
(16) Specimens obtained at gastric biopsies performed for suspected acid peptic disease in patients 5 through 17 years of age were retrospectively reviewed for the presence of Campylobacter pylori (CP), a gram-negative bacillus associated with chronic gastritis and peptic ulcer disease in adults.
(17) After exclusion of subjects with gastritis there remained 67 females and 68 males with morphologically completely normal antral and corpus mucosa.
(18) In contrast, spleen cells (4 X 10(6)) from these three donors had equivalent capacity for the prevention of gastritis.
(19) Active, chronic gastritis is characteristic of Campylobacter pylori colonisation.
(20) To determine the effect of varying degrees of gastritis on the distribution of immuno-reactive gastrin cells 38 partial gastrectomy specimens have been studied.
(n.) Seasickness; hence, any similar sickness of the stomach accompanied with a propensity to vomit; qualm; squeamishness of the stomach; loathing.
(1) She had three attacks of severe migrainous headache accompanied with nausea and vomiting within three weeks.
(2) Most survivors reported a range of problems that they attributed to having had cancer: 35%, proven or perceived infertility; 24%, sexual problems; 31%, health and life insurance problems; 26%, a negative socioeconomic effect; and 51%, conditioned nausea, associated with visual or olfactory reminders of chemotherapy.
(3) Among the major symptoms were gastrointestinal disorders such as subjective and objective anorexia, nausea and vomiting.
(4) A 68-year-old male was hospitalized because of headache, nausea, and disturbance of consciousness.
(5) Inner Ear Decompression Sickness (IEDCS)--manifested by tinnitus, vertigo, nausea, vomiting, and hearing loss--is usually associated with deep air or mixed gas dives, and accompanied by other CNS symptoms of decompression sickness (DCS).
(6) Frequency of symptoms like dizziness, headache, lachrymation, burning sensation in eyes, nausea and anorexia, etc, were much more in the exposed workers.
(7) Mean run time and total ST time were faster with CE (by 1.4 and 1.2 min) although not significantly different (P less than 0.06 and P less than 0.10) from P. Subjects reported no significant difference in nausea, fullness, or stomach upset with CE compared to P. General physiological responses were similar for each drink during 2 h of multi-modal exercise in the heat; however, blood glucose, carbohydrate utilization, and exercise intensity at the end of a ST may be increased with CE fluid replacement.
(8) Other toxicity was mild and included nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, mucositis, hepatic dysfunction, and cardiac arrhythmias.
(9) The time to first episode of moderate to severe nausea was significantly longer in the granisetron group (P = 0.03).
(10) Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and prostration.
(11) Adverse effects included nausea, light-headedness, dyskinesias, and hallucinations, all of which abated after the Sinemet dose was reduced.
(12) Significantly more slow acetylators stopped treatment because of nausea or vomiting, or both, but serious toxicity was not confined to either group.
(13) Postoperative nausea and vomiting have been associated with the use of intravenous narcotics, and nitrous oxide may worsen the emetic effects of narcotics.
(14) Side-effects (pruritus, nausea, vomiting, drowsiness) were also noted.
(15) Fourteen of 15 patients had a reduction in nausea and vomiting on THC as compared to placebo.
(16) Nausea, generally mild and of short duration, increased from start (30%) to end of radiotherapy (54%).
(17) A bolus of 0.1 mg.kg-1 followed by a continuous infusion of 1 mg.kg-1.hr-1 was effective in both prevention and treatment of nausea and vomiting.
(18) Significant toxicities included drug-induced hepatitis along with moderate nausea and vomiting.
(19) No subject reported side effects of oxitropium, as compared to three subjects reporting nausea, vomiting and tremors after theophylline.
(20) Nausea and heartburn occurred in 3 cases only and were controlled by reducing the dosage.