Zhenhai Chu

Department of Gastroentrology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China


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    Descriptive Details Regarding Pathophysiology of Ulcers
    Author(s): Zhenhai Chu*

    A sore that develops at the liner of the oesophagus, belly or small gut. Ulcers arise while belly acid damages the liner of the alimentary canal. Common reasons contain the microorganism H.Pylori and anti-inflammatory ache relievers alongside aspirin. Upper stomach ache may be a not unusual place symptom. Treatment normally consists of medicine to lower belly acid manufacturing. If it is due to microorganism, antibiotics are often required. A peptic ulceration may be a sore at the liner of your belly, small gut or oesophagus... Read More»

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